Liscannor is a coastal village in County Clare, Ireland situated at the end of Liscannor Bay. The Cliffs of Moher, Burren way, Hags head hiking trail, Guerin's path, Kilmacreehy Cemetery, Kilmacreehy Church and graveyard, O'Brien's Monument and Tower, Liscannor Castle, Liscannor Harbour are some of the popular sites in Liscannor. Airport transfers within Liscannor are possible and be booked ahead of a trip.
The Burren, one of Ireland’s most spectacular landscapes can be explored by pedaling along its hills and headwinds as well as a walk along the paths of saints and scholars on a guided tour of Scattery Island’s monastic ruins in Liscannor walking tours.
Kayaking along the Clare coast with panoramic views of Lahinch is fun water sports in Liscannor. The stories and sights of the Cliffs of Moher are better experienced than just told when one embarks on a cultural tour in Liscannor. A scenic ferry journey through the Shannon river estuary with the West Coast of Ireland boasting of the most spectacular of sunsets is a warming experience in boat tours in Liscannor. Visits to the 5th century ruins of churches, a cathedral and an imposing round tower are activities you will embark on while experiencing outdoor activities in Liscannor.
You will cycle out into the wild Burren on electric bikes, visit historical locations such as iron age ring forts and a dolmen, and experience the amazing flora and landscape of this protected region. You will cycle on small back roads with little or no traffic, seeing the parts of the Burren most visitors never see. A support van will be with you...Read more
The Burren is one of Ireland’s most spectacular landscapes and the best way to explore it is by electric bike. Beat the hills and the headwinds, and pedal your way through this amazing region steeped in history on a self-guided tour; the electric bike will do most of the work while you enjoy spectacular views of the lunar landscape and the...Read more
This is a private tour of the scenic Burren Region. As it is a private tour you can tailor it to the length of time and locations you wish to visit. Sights include ruined churches, early Christian ring forts, a Dolmen or Portal Tomb from 3500 BC (before both Stonehenge and the Pyramids!), the iconic Burren limestone landscape, farmland and farm...Read more
Spectacular coastline along this stretch of Clare! Panoramic views of Lahinch; Excellent opportunity to see many different species of seabirds, particularly in the bird sanctuary; Unique caves – some with enormous cathedral-like ceilings, others with narrow passages; Maybe catch a view of shy sea otters fishing inside the dark...Read more