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Clonlara

Clonlara is in the east of County Clare in the civil parish of Kiltonanlea or Doonass, barony of Tulla Lower. It lies between the River Shannon to the east and the Clare hills to the west and north. Clonlara village is on the road between Killalo ...

Coolmeen (Kilfidane)

Coolmeen, formerly called Kilfiddane, is a Roman Catholic parish in County Clare, Ireland. Kilfiddane is a civil parish that covers the same area. The parish is located on the Shannon Estuary to the south west of Kildysart.

Cooraclare

Cooraclare, is a village near Kilrush, in County Clare, Ireland, and a Catholic parish by the same name.

Coore

Coore is a village in the parish of Kilmurry Ibrickane, near Mullagh and Milltown Malbay, in County Clare, Ireland. It is made up of two communities: Coore East and Coore West. Coore West is split into two parts: Coore west houses Coore National ...

Corofin, County Clare

Corofin is a village on the River Fergus in northern County Clare in Ireland and a Catholic parish with the same name. The 2016 population was 776, up from 689 in 2011.

Cratloe

Cratloe is a village in County Clare, Ireland, situated between Limerick and Shannon in the mid-west of Ireland. It is possible that the name derives from Croit-shliabh meaning "hump-backed hill", referring to Woodcock Hill. The present-day paris ...

Cree, County Clare

Cree or Creegh is a small village in West County Clare in Ireland. It is situated at a crossroads near the towns of Doonbeg and Cooraclare. The nearest large towns are Kilrush and Ennis which are 7 and 26 miles away respectively. The Central Stat ...

Crusheen

The village is 10 kilometres northeast of Ennis on the R458 road to Gort. It is in the parish of Crusheen Inchicronan in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. The parish church of St Cronan is in Crusheen. The village consists of the church, Ga ...

Doonbeg

Doonbeg is a village in west County Clare, Ireland on the Atlantic coast. It is surrounded by dramatic scenery and has developed as a tourist resort. The area was officially classified as part of the West Clare Gaeltacht, an Irish-speaking commun ...

Doora, County Clare

Doora is a civil parish and village in County Clare, Ireland, just to the east of the town of Ennis. It is part of the Catholic parish of Doora Barefield. Parts of Doora are contained in the town of Ennis.

Drumcliff, County Clare

Drumcliff, or Drumcliffe, Dromcliffe is a civil parish in County Clare, Ireland. It includes the village of Inch and part of the town of Ennis.

Ennistymon

Ennistymon or Ennistimon is a country market town in County Clare, near the west coast of Ireland. The River Inagh, with its small rapids known as the Cascades, runs through the town, behind the main street. A bridge across the river leads to nea ...

Feakle

Feakle is a village in County Clare, Ireland, in a civil parish and Roman Catholic parish of the same name.

Inagh

Inagh is a village and civil parish in County Clare, Ireland. It is situated 14 km west of Ennis on the Inagh River. It contains the villages of Inagh and Cloonanaha.

Kildysart

Kildysart, officially Killadysert, is a village in County Clare, Ireland and a civil and Roman Catholic parish by the same name that surrounds the village.

Kilfintinan

The name Cill Fintinan would mean "Church of Fintinan", but there is no known Irish Saint Fintinan. The name is therefore thought to come from Cill Fionn tSeanain, or "Church of the fair Senan".

Kilkishen

Kilkishen is a village in southeast County Clare, Ireland. The village is 8 kilometres east of Quin and 14 kilometres north of Shannon.

Killanena

Killanena is a townland and formerly a District Electoral Division in County Clare, Ireland, in the Catholic parish of Killanena and Flagmount.

Killimer

Killimer is a village in County Clare, Ireland, in a civil parish of the same name. It is located on the northern bank of the Shannon and the N67 which passes through the village.

Kilmaley

Kilmaley is a village situated 12 kilometres west of the town of Ennis, County Clare, Ireland. The name "Kilmaley" came from the Irish language "Cill Mhaile" which translates to Church of Maley.

Kilmihil

Kilmihil is a village in the Barony of Clonderlaw, west County Clare, Ireland. It is also a civil parish and an ecclesiastical parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. The area was officially classified as part of the West Clare Gaeltach ...

Kilmoon

Kilmoon is a civil parish of County Clare, Ireland, 7 miles north of Ennistymon. The parish contains the town of Lisdoonvarna.

Kilnaboy

Kilnaboy or Killinaboy is a village, townland and civil parish in County Clare, Ireland. It is located in the Burren, and as of the 2011 census the area had 347 inhabitants.

Kilrush

Kilrush is a coastal town in County Clare, Ireland. It is also the name of a civil parish and an ecclesiastical parish in Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. It is located near the mouth of the River Shannon in the south-west of the county. Kilru ...

Knock, County Clare

Knock is a village in County Clare, Ireland. The village is located at the northern banks of the Clonderalaw Bay, a bay connected with the Shannon, and the R486 is passing through the village. According to the geographer Samuel Lewis the parish c ...

Liscannor

Lying on the west coast of Ireland, on Liscannor Bay, the village is located on the R478 road between Lahinch, to the east, and Doolin, to the north. The Cliffs of Moher are about 5 km 3.1 mi north west of the village. Between Lahinch and Liscann ...

Lisdoonvarna

Lisdoonvarna is a spa town of 739 people in County Clare in Ireland. The town is famous for its music and festivals. Although the music festival was discontinued in the 1980s, Lisdoonvarna still hosts its annual matchmaking festival each September.

Meelick, County Clare

There are other places called Meelick in County Galway and County Mayo. Meelick is a small village in County Clare, Ireland, situated a few kilometres north of Limerick in the Mid-West Region.

Milltown Malbay

There is a townland on the southern edge of the town called Poulawillin or Pollawillin from Irish: Poll a Mhuillinn, meaning "hole/pool of the mill". There is evidence that this name was once applied to the town – for example, in the Parish Nameb ...

Mullagh, County Clare

Mullagh is a village in County Clare, Ireland. It lies not far from the Atlantic coast, some 5 km southeast of Quilty and 6.5 km south-southeast of Spanish Point. Nearby towns include Milltown Malbay and Kilrush.

OCallaghans Mills

OCallaghans Mills is a village in County Clare, Ireland, and a Catholic parish by the same name. It takes its name from the OCallaghan family who were large landowners in the area and a corn and grist mill built by John Coonan on the lands of Cor ...

Parteen

Parteen is a village in County Clare, Ireland. It is situated in the townland of the same name that is part of the civil parish of St Patricks. It is also part of an Ecclesiastical parish of "Parteen-Meelick" in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lime ...

Quilty, County Clare

Quilty, historically Killty, is a small fishing village between Milltown Malbay and Doonbeg in County Clare, Ireland. Lobster, salmon, bass, herring and mackerel are landed at Quilty, formerly known for its curing industry. The area was officiall ...

Quin, County Clare

Quin is a village in southeast County Clare in Ireland and a Catholic parish and civil parish of the same name. The main attraction, Quin Abbey, is open to the public, and although mostly ruined, much of the structure remains. The abbey was built ...

Ruan, County Clare

Ruan is a village in County Clare in Ireland and a civil parish by the same name. It is in the Catholic parish of Dysart and Ruan.

Sixmilebridge

Sixmilebridge, colloquially The Bridge, is a small town in County Clare, Ireland. Located midway between Ennis and Limerick city, the town is a short distance away from the main N18 road, being located on the old "back road" between the two. The ...

Spancill Hill, County Clare

Spancill Hill or Spancilhill is a hill and adjacent dispersed settlement in County Clare, Ireland. The historic hamlet of Spancilhill was by the fair green, which is still the site of the Spancill Hill Fair, Irelands oldest horse fair, which occu ...

Spanish Point, County Clare

Spanish Point is a village in the parish of Milltown Malbay in County Clare on the west coast of Ireland. It has many holiday homes, and in winter a significantly smaller population. It is also one of the better known surf breaks in County Clare. ...

Toonagh, County Clare

The Toonagh handball alley was built in 1975. It is a 40x20 court. The Handball World Championships were held in Ireland in 1994 and Toonagh was one of the venues used. The local Toonagh team have won titles in both the All-Ireland and Munster co ...

Tuamgraney

Tuamgraney is a village in eastern County Clare in the west of Ireland and a civil parish by the same name. Situated a kilometre from the River Graney which flows into Lough Derg, it is an ancient settlement, noted for St Cronans Church, said to ...

Tubber, County Clare

The village is part of the barony of Inchiquin, about 6 miles 9.7 km from Corofin on the road to Gort in County Galway. The village of Tubber in County Clare is the southern part of a loosely defined rural community that spans the border between ...

Tulla

Tulla is a town in County Clare, Ireland. The town is the commercial centre for Tulla parish and the surrounding area, and is around 15 km east of Ennis. Tulla church was founded about 620 by Mochuille and the town received its town charter in th ...

Tullig, County Clare

Tullig is a townland and small village located in the Loop Head peninsula in County Clare, Ireland. It was described in the 1845 Parliamentary Gazetteer as: A village in the parish of Kilballyowen, barony of Moyarta, Co. Clare, Munster. It is sit ...

Ahakista

Ahakista is located approximately halfway along the Sheeps Head peninsula between Durrus and Kilcrohane in County Cork, Ireland. It is a wooded coastal village with a deep and sheltered harbour.

Ballinagree

Ballinagree is a small village situated at the foot of the Boggeragh Mountains in County Cork, Ireland. It is located in Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne, in the Parish of Aghinagh, which also has Rusheen, Bealnamorive and parts of Carrigadrohid ...

Ballinascarty

Nearby is the Lisselan Estate, the gardens of which are open to the public. There is also a golf course. Henry Ford, the well-known machine manufacturer was of Irish descent. Henry Fords father, William, and grandfather, John, were born in Ballin ...

Ballincollig

Ballincollig is a suburban town within the administrative area of Cork city in Ireland. It is located on the western side of Cork city, beside the River Lee on the R608 regional road. In 2016 it was the largest town in County Cork, at which time ...

Ballineen and Enniskean

The twin villages of Ballineen and Enniskeane in County Cork in Ireland are 43 km southwest of Cork City, on the R586 road. Ballineen and Enniskean lie on the River Bandon between Bandon and Dunmanway and the fertile Bandon valley. Ballineen belo ...

Ballinhassig

Ballinhassig is a village in County Cork, Ireland, situated 10.6 km south of Cork City just off the N71 Bandon road and near the source of the River Owenabue. Traditionally an agricultural area, Ballinhassig has seen economic growth due to commut ...

Ballinora

Ballinora or Ballynora is a small rural parish and townland near Cork city and Ballincollig in County Cork, Ireland. The townland is home to several education facilities and sporting clubs, and includes the village of Waterfall.

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