The Shannon Estuary Way is a place waiting to be discovered. It is a place steeped in history and heritage with a strong storytelling tradition. Learn more about the stories and folklore of the various Shannon Estuary towns and villages. Read on to learn more and embrace the Shannon Estuary Way.
Shannon Estuary Way: Stories of park life in Curraghchase After a year of covid restrictions we are now able to travel and mingle. Our weather has improved so families can travel to Forest Parks, beauty spots and areas of historical interest. One such area is Curraghchase Forest Park which lies in the parish of Kilcornan. …
Shannon – A Hidden Jewel on the Shannon Estuary Way Built at the confluence of the Fergus and the Shannon Estuaries, Shannon, Clare’s second largest town, is home to just under 10,000 people. Before the airport, industrial zone or town were conceived of, the Shannon and Fergus Estuaries were immensely significant waterways as an abundant …
Loughill – A community built on the banks of the Shannon Estuary Located just off the Wild Atlantic Way, the Shannon Estuary Way is a new tourist route developed by Fáilte Ireland, together with Clare and Limerick City & County Councils, and is set to become a key tourist attraction for the Mid-West Region. The …
"A great find! We were passing through, stopped and it made our day. Locals should be so proud. Had super playground, great area for a story, sand, astro for football. Kept our 3 (aged 6, 10 and 12) entertained."
Leo Bergin (About Abha Bhán Parish Park, Loughill)
"The castle is amazing and so is the village and cottages. It's like stepping back in time, completely authentic and historic while great fun too. A must for anyone visiting the Limerick or Clare area."
David O (About Bunratty Castle and Folk Park)
"The shepherds hut was really well equipped and absolutely beautiful inside. They are remarkably spacious and the shower was brilliant, powerful and hot. Lovely. This really is a special little retreat,"
Vicki W (About Beds of Silk, Labasheeda)