Sign up for Great Value Deals & Latest Offers

Call for FREE Help & Advice

01246 823763 | 01246 220020


Martins World Travel Cruise
Canada Tofino Coast
Yukon Kluane Sunset
Yukon Dawsondrive
Canada black bear
India Lakshapweep base camp
Svalbard Norway Polar Bear

Co Clare

Rugged nature and the timeless ocean meet on the county's coast. Clare combines the natural beauty of its long meandering coastline with unique windswept landscapes and traditional Irish culture.

Tourists taking pictures of the Poulnabrone Dolmen in Co Clare, Ireland/

The Poulnabrone Dolmen

White buildings and lighthouse tower of the Loophead Lighthouse in Co Clare/

Loophead Lighthouse

Man walking along a path beside horses grazing in a field in Doolin Co Clare/
View across the rocky landscape of The Burren in Co Clare/

The Burren

Group of young people playing flutes and a harp in a traditional Irish Pub in Ennis, Co Clare/
Tourist walking along the Main Street in Bunratty Folk Park/

Bunratty Folk Park

Durty Nellys traditional Irish pub located next to Bunratty Castle/

Bunratty Castle

River flowing through the Clare Glens in Ireland/
Waves breaking against the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare/

Cliffs of Moher

County Clare on the west of Ireland, part of the Wild Atlantic Way is rich with a variety of landscapes; The Burren; from the Irish word Boíreann meaning a rocky place, the Cliffs of Moher, the Shannon region, East Clare lakes and the award winning Loop Head Peninsula.

Historic towns provide an exciting choice of attractions, activities and year round festivals. Ennis, the county town of Clare offers opportunities to shop with the Woollen Market being famous for showcasing the Best of Ireland from emerging Irish jewellers alongside a fabulous selection of luxurious hand-loomed throws, scarves & knitwear from various Irish Woollen Mills around Ireland. Visit the Poets Corner, a popular venue for traditional Irish music or Taylors Bar for your obligatory pint of Guinness.

Explore Killaloe/Ballina located along the banks of the River Shannon. Visit Ennistymon and enjoy the traditional Irish music. Stop over at Bunratty where a visit to the castle and Folk Park is a must followed by some food from ‘Durty Nellies’.

Clare is a county that offers much and will lure you back again and again.

Top Accommodation within the Co Clare Region

CALL US ON 01246 220020

Call Martins World Travel

CALL US ON 01246 823763

Call Martins World Travel

Stay Updated

Sign up to our mailing list to keep up to date with out latest offers

Sign Up for Email Updates

Privacy promise: We will NEVER share your email address with any third party.

Top Destinations in


BE FIRST TO HEAR OF GREAT OFFERS & EXCLUSIVES