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See the cliffs and castles at a holiday home in County Clare
Holiday homes in County Clare allow travellers to enjoy some of Ireland's most scenic and historic countryside. With its steep cliffs and breathtaking views, this coastal area is a popular holiday destination. At Burren National Park the dramatic landscape is the site of megalithic tombs, ancient dolmens and ring forts. County Clare is full of small villages like Doolin and Liscannor that are perfect for experiencing local culture. Renting holiday houses and holiday apartments in County Clare allows travellers to explore the area whilst enjoying all the comforts of home.
Holiday homes and history in County Clare
Holiday houses and holiday rentals are a great way to enjoy the Irish countryside. The Wild Atlantic Way is a scenic road along Ireland's west coast which passes by the Shannon Estuary and the Cliffs of Moher, which offer great views of the sea and are a good place to watch for dolphins. Some of the best views are to be found at O'Brien's Tower, located at the cliff's highest point. The route will also take travellers to neighbouring County Kerry and County Limerick as well as other coastal areas. Amongst the region's many historic attractions is Corcomroe Abbey, a 13th century monastery that features ornate carvings and effigies. Holiday rentals and holiday apartments are a great way to enjoy this ancient land.
Holiday homes in Burren National Park
Holiday rentals in the vicinity of Burren National Park, an area of limestone hills and ancient sites, are a great way to enjoy the landscape. The Mullaghmore Loop is one of the best hiking trails in the area and the park is also home to many historic sites such as the Temple of Cronan, a medieval chapel with stone faces carved into the walls and the Poulnabrone Dolmen, a tomb marked by piles of large stones. At the Burrens' southern edge is Cahercommaun, a ninth century ring fort. Book holiday rentals in County Clare to enjoy this scenic and historic land.