The Burren – Not What You Think

The Burren – Not What You Think

The Burren in North Clare is a tough nut to crack. When it’s described as a rocky, moon-like landscape it’s hard to see it as  a place that supports such a diverse range of life. It’s the kind of place that invites further exploration and requires...
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Just when you think you’ve seen the Burren and Clare’s Wild Atlantic Way at their most amazing and from every angle, someone comes along and improves everything! For West Coast Cycle Tours it has always been a dream to produce an inspiring and beautiful...
If You Hadn’t Already Heard…

If You Hadn’t Already Heard…

Lots of people are planning tours of the Wild Atlantic Way – and if you’re reading this, so are you!! To give you some idea of how popular the Wild Atlantic Way is becoming then get this: in 2015 over 1.4 million people visited the Cliffs of Moher in...
Drink. Feck. Arse. Girls.

Drink. Feck. Arse. Girls.

You haven’t really had the proper of experience of Clare’s Wild Atlantic Way and Burren National Park until you’ve stood at the gates of Father Ted’s Parochial House and kicked your friend up the arse. Really, you haven’t! If you’ve...
Clare – The French Connection?

Clare – The French Connection?

Clare, a beautiful county in the west of Ireland, is largely surrounded by water. The wild Atlantic attacks the shores to the west, down south the tranquil Shannon Estuary meets the sea and to the east Ireland’s longest river – The Shannon pours into Lough...