Expo shines spotlight on Clare’s artisan food and crafts...

Artisan food and crafts suppliers from across County Clare received a unique opportunity to meet with potential new consumers and retail buyers in an...

Italian students enjoying Clare food producers

A number of Italian college students are currently enjoying a trip to Ireland during which they've been visiting popular local attractions and some of Clare's best food producers.

RTÉ Nationwide to feature the Burren

The popular RTE television show Nationwide is to broadcast a special programme about the Burren this Sunday, February 15th.

Covid-19 Safety Charter recognition for Aillwee Cave

Aillwee Cave has been awarded a COVID-19 Safety Charter certificate from Fáilte Ireland.

Second Burren Food Trail event at Gregan’s Castle

The Burren region is a marvel of nature where a great bounty of lamb, beef, fruits and vegetables emerge from the cracks, crevices and valleys of the limestone.

Painting to be auctioned in support of birds of...

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark engaged seven local artists to visit popular tourism centres across the Burren as ‘Artists in Residence’.

Hospitality Awards for Aillwee Cave & Birds of Prey...

Aillwee Cave & Birds of Prey Centre have been announced as winners at the Irish Hospitality Awards 2019.

New book on Ireland’s karst landscape

A new book on Ireland's iconic karst landscape has been launched by the Geological Survey Ireland.

Aillwee Cave bear skull is 10,400 years old

Radiocarbon dating has confirmed that the skull of a brown bear discovered in a County Clare cave in 1976 is over 10,400 years old.