Points of Interest & Landmarks • Scenic Walking Areas
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- great experience and breathtaking landscape, better than Moher Cliffs. Easy access from Kilkee, just follow the signs for scenic route. a few kilometers worth a trip to Ireland's west coastWritten 24 August 2022
- beautiful place to go for a short walk to enjoy exceptional views over the ocean and the natural bridgesWritten 24 August 2022
- A lovely place to swim, especially to snorkel in at low tide. The water is so buoyant that it's easy to float. Lunch at the Diamond cafe afterwards to complete the day!Written 27 August 2022
- We visited kilkee this week, we had a fabulous experience, weather made it, my daughter got stung by a weever fish on Thursday. The lifeguards on duty were exceptional, they came to our aid, were so professional & reassuring.... They are so much more than lifeguards. I can't speak highly enough of them. They are a credit to themselves and to Clare County Council.Written 13 August 2022
- For as long as I can remember if you are from limerick you either went to bally bunion in kerry or kilkee Co Clarke on summer holidays. For me and my 2 sisters 6 brothers mum and dad it was always kilkee and now I do it with my kids and even this week year my brothers and sisters all got together again to enjoy kilkee at its best in glorious sunshine with the crystal clear water. Kilkee has been awarded Blue flags for years as it is possibly one of the most safest around. Great night life in kilkee with lots of b and bs and hotel's. I love it and will continue to swim there all year round for a long time to come.Written 4 September 2018
- Decent road to drive and plenty of things to see, ruined castles, churches, harbour views, lighthouses and the cliffs heading back to Kilkee. We took the road from Kilrush and turned off on Lisgreen to Carigaholt which is a great spot for food and to book a trip out to see the dolphins from the harbour.Written 9 August 2019