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12 Sep News
Food Connect Conference to Explore Potential for Food Tourism in Ireland

More than four in five food travellers are satisfied with Ireland’s food offering – this is just one of a number of insights that tourism businesses across the country will …

10 Aug News
The Heritage of The Burren

THE HERITAGE OF THE BURREN – BY TONY KIRBY OF HEART OF BURREN WALKS The Gaelic place name An Bhoireann has been phonetically anglicised to the Burren. An Bhoireann means a place of rock and thus …

Doolin Cave Great Stalactite 31 Jul News
The Great Stalactite

Located in the west coast of Ireland amidst the crashing waves and ocean spray of the Wild Atlantic Way and the lush green pasture and rolling hills of Co Clare, …

1 Jul News
Transition Year Cycles of Nature Program at Burren Nature Sanctuary

Transition Year Students get hands on with nature at the Burren Nature Sanctuary Transition Year students from Seamount College in Kinvara have been abandoning their mobile phones and social media in …

Sea View House deck 24 Jun News
Growing and Harvesting Produce in the Burren – Sea View House Doolin

GROWING & HARVESTING An increasing number of travelers today are willing and eager to seek out food that they know to be incredibly fresh. They also appreciate ingredients that have traveled …

20 Jun News
Win a Free Weekend at Burren Yoga Retreats!

Burren Yoga Retreat Competition These retreats are suitable for complete beginners as well as regular yoga practitioners and include guided outings with an experienced guide into the Burren hills and also walks …

Cliffs of Moher cruise 18 Jun News
Birds at the Cliffs of Moher

Some would say the Cliffs of Moher represent a must-see sight for any visitor to these shores.  But for some visitors they are more than a stop on a tour …

4 Mar News
Electric Biking in the Burren

The Burren is an amazing place to explore, and what better way to see it at its best, than on a bike?  You will see more of the countryside than …