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The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has been shortlisted in the 'Best Destination' and the 'Best Transport Initiative' categories of the annual Irish Centre for Responsible Tourism Awards. read more

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Cearbh Fhinnghusa
10 Mar
A Burren Food Experience

Join us in the Burren this year as we prepare for a summer of food! Events start on 4th May with “Sea Shore, Shanties and Knot Know How” the first …

Irish Responsible Tourism Awards
9 Mar
Geopark shortlisted for tourism awards

The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Destination’ and the ‘Best Transport Initiative’ categories of the annual Irish Centre for Responsible Tourism Awards. If successful …

Rose Hynes - Shannon Airport,Mark Graham - Travel Writer, Cathaoirleach John Crowe
6 Mar
Burren Tourism told its Story

The Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark, in conjunction with the Burren Ecotourism Network, hosted The Burren Tourism Story 2015 at the Pavilion, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, on Wednesday 4th March. Tourism …

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We are delighted to be supporters and partners of this great initiative being rolled out in the Geopark region by the Burren EcoTourism Network. 30 businesses have signed up to the Adopt a Hedgerow Scheme, which sees participants clearing, monitoring and reporting on litter in the protected landscape of the Burren. ...

great evening's work on the road doing Burren EcoTourism Adopt a Hedgerow from Kilfenora Mart to Kilfenora village yesterday. We collected 5 bags of rubbish, 3 of recycling, 2 car bumpers, a car tyre and a (we think) motorcycle battery. Predominant items were cigarette packets, coffee cups, crisp packets, drinks cans and plastic bottles. Thanks to Orla Vaughan, Eva and Stephen Hegarty and Andy Lambert

17 hours ago

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Copper Coast GeoparkWhat a fantastic initiative...well done to everyone involved :-)7 hours ago

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Spring is here!! I spotted these three beauties in the Burren this morning:
From left to right: The rare Pyramidal Bugle (Ajuga pyrimadalis), the Early Purple Orchid (Orchis mascula) and the Spring Gentian (Gentiana verna). Any other early Burren blooms to share......? (3 photos)

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Patrick Moroney, Clare.ie Ireland. Accommodation, Activities, Festivals & Events and 23 others like this

Elaine O'RiordanI was up blooming early in the burren this morning but you dont want to see a picture of that :)6 days ago
Mary O DonoghueBeautiful3 days ago

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