Stay at a Cottage in County Clare Ieland

Fanore Beach in County Clare Ireland is a hidden Gem and an ideal vaction spot for those looking for something off the beathen track in Ireland.
KILLORGLIN, Ireland - April 3, 2013 - PRLog -- Fanore is a quiet seaside village on the northwest coastline of County Clare in Ireland. It has a renowned beautiful sandy beach with an extensive sand-dune system. Swimmers will love this area as the Atlantic Ocean hits the coast. The Caher River is the only river in the Burren to flow above ground and enters the sea here. The trail along the river is popular with walker and offers breathtaking scenery as well as local flora and fauna.

There are many types of accommodation available in Fanore, from bed and breakfasts to caravan or stay at a cottage in County Clare. Self catering accommodation is also widely available look at for a list of 6 such properties. There are a number of great pubs in the local area where one is likely to find Irish music being played in the evenings. There are several fine local restaurants along the coast road which specialise in seafood.

How to find Fanore , well travel on the main road from Doolin to Ballyvaughan. It offers some fantastic views on a clear day. Fanore is a haven for fishing enthusiasts  who enjoy fishing off the rocks along this coast road as far as Black head on the road to Ballyvaughan. This area is a real unspoilt haven for anglers. The village shop sells bait and is a good source of local knowledge for the best fishing spots. This village also has a bar/restaurant and post office.

There is lots of opportunities for rock climbing in the area. Ailladie - The Blind Man's Cliff is an 800m long limestone sea cliff is one of the more popular climbs in the area.

You can rent some body boards or learn to surf locally, while out in the water you may even see a friendly dolphin which has been spotted frequently in the bay during the summer months.

Both the Caher River and Caher Valley probably take their names from the fact that there are so many Celtic ring forts or cahers in the immediate vicinity. St. Patrick’s Church which lies at the entrance to the valley, beside the river was built in 1870. Past the bridge, is a fulacht fiadh or ancient cooking place to the south of the road.
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