Code of Practice Case Study: Aillwee Burren Experience sponsoring the Burren Gaels Ladies Football Club



Aillwee Burren Experience stands out as an excellent example for the implementation of the Geopark Code of Practice for Sustainable Tourism Principle on Vibrant Communities.

Situated at the heart of the Geopark, Aillwee Burren Experience is a distinguished tourist attraction renowned for its offerings such as Aillwee Cave, the Birds of Prey Centre, and the Farmshop. They are committed to strengthening local livelihoods and communities by sourcing from local suppliers, employing locally, volunteering locally, and supporting local teams and activities. For over a decade, Aillwee Burren Experience has proudly sponsored the Burren Gaels Ladies Football Club, empowering girls from across North Clare to excel in sports, and forge life-long friendships. Many members of the club have also become valued members of the Aillwee Burren Experience family over the years.

Find out more about the sustainable activities of the Aillwee Burren Experience at and visit their range of experiences for yourself at their home in Ballyvaughan.