Bathing ban at Ballycuggeran and Mountshannon lifted

Update Wednesday, September 27th Bathing prohibition lifted at Ballycuggeran & Mountshannon Following additional investigative sampling and on the advice of the HSE, Clare County Council has today...

Funding for facilities’ upgrade at two Clare amenities

A new Government strategy to support the sustainable development of the outdoor recreation sector will facilitate a major upgrade of facilities at the Cliffs...

Blue Flag and Green Coast awards for Clare

Nine Clare beaches and one Marina have been awarded Blue Flags while four Green Coast Awards have also been given to local community groups in Clare.

Two Clare locations feature in TV special

Two County Clare locations feature in a landmark international television production promoting contemporary Ireland through the medium of music and performance art.

County Clare lifeguard service update

Clare County Council has confirmed that a lifeguard service will commence at Lahinch, Spanish Point, Fanore and Kilkee this Saturday.

Clare Blue Flag and Green Coast Awards confirmed

All nine Blue Flag beaches managed by Clare County Council have retained their Blue Flag Status for the 2021 bathing season.

Clare retains Blue Flags and Green Coast Awards

An Taisce has awarded the prestigious International Blue Flag to 9 Clare beaches, including Whitestrand, Miltown Malbay, Ballycuggeran, Whitestrand Doonbeg, Mountshannon, Cappa, Fanore, Spanish Point, Kilkee and Lahinch.

Blue Flag sessions for Clare schoolchildren

More than 500 primary school students from 16 Clare schools have participated in Blue Flag Environmental Awareness sessions at the county’s 9 Blue Flag beaches.

Twelve Clare beaches receive international awards

Twelve of Clare's beaches have been recognised for their excellent water quality including first-time recipient Ballyalla Lake in Ennis.