‘Wellness Month’ launched in the Burren

The Burren in County Clare will host a month-long schedule of wellness events in May to promote health and wellbeing in the region. Organised by...

Burren Winterage takes place this weekend

The celebration of ‘Winterage’ or the ancient and unique farming practice of out-wintering cattle in the Burren, is at the heart of the annual...

International Furnace Festival underway at Caherconnell

A showcase of medieval iron smelting and forging will take place on the weekend of August 27th and 28th at Caherconnell Stone Fort in the heart of the Burren in County Clare.

Burren named ‘Best Place to Holiday in Ireland’

The Burren in County Clare has been crowned ‘The Best Place to Holiday in Ireland 2022'.

Burren and Lough Derg among ‘best places to holiday’

The Burren and Lough Derg have been named as two of the ‘20 Best Places to Holiday in Ireland 2022’ and both are now in the running for the overall title following the publication of the long list of contenders at the weekend.

Rita’s film traces her Burren ancestry

A Minnesota woman has produced a film documentary  about her journey to learn about her Irish ancestry and the search for the place and people her immigrant grandmother left behind.

The Feisty Irish Women of France!

By Patricia Killeen Almost 100 Irish women stepped out recently to the Irish embassy, housed in the elegant Hôtel de Breteuil heritage building, in Paris. The joyous...

330-million-year-old burrows discovered in Burren

Abandoned fossil burrows dating back 330 million years, 100 million years before the appearance of the first dinosaurs, have been found in limestone rock on the coast of Doolin in County Clare. 

Burren documentary to be aired across US

An Irish documentary about the Burren is set to be broadcast on US television, with a potential reach of 200 million people.