County Clare Towns - Shannon Airport, Clare

County Clare - Towns

Select from list More Towns - Ireland Towns N-Q (51-55) Towns displayed are S-S (56-60) Towns T-T (61-63) 162. Scarriff A mile north of Killaloe, we find the angling centre of Scarriff which is charmingly situated near the shore of Scarriff Bay, one of the prettiest parts of Lough Derg. Some streams with brown trout flow into Scarriff Bay. Services in Scarriff Bed & Breakfasts | Car Rental | Vacation Packages Sightseeing Tours, Self Catering, Pubs Shannon, Clare, Ireland 163. Shannon Shannon town is Ireland's only new town built for centuries - it first saw the light in the early sixties, when houses were constructed to accommodate workers feeding the requirements of the many international companies locating at the Shannon Industrial Free Zone. Today it has a thriving town centre, to cater for its population of 10,000 and has all the facilities in shopping, restaurants, hotels and pubs to entice the visitor to rest over on arrival or departure. It is ideal of course for purchasing those last minute gifts for your loved ones at home. Services in Shannon Bed & Breakfasts | Hotels | Car Rental | Vacation Packages Towers (Round), Taxi Services, Air Services / National, Air Services / Private, Farmhouses, Castles (Historical), Homes (Historical), Angling, Conference Centres, Sport Associations, Walks, Pubs, Restaurants 164. Shannon Airport Twelve miles south-east of Ennis on the Limerick road, a road leads west to Shannon Airport, the first airport in the world and now also the site of a large industrial estate and centre of Ireland's aerospace industry. A new town called Shannon was created to house those working in the industrial estate and their families. It now has about 8000 inhabitants, making it the second largest town in County Clare. Services in Shannon Airport Car Rental | Vacation Packages Craft Shops, Bus Hire / Services, Air Services / National, Air Services / Private, Golf, Airports Sixmilebridge, Clare, Ireland 165. Sixmilebridge The older village was extended about 1700 following introduction of industries (including iron-works) in the area. The new streets commemorated the Hanoverian succession - Orange, George, Hanover and Fredrick. The village, well laid out with river and bridge, makes a pleasant picture. Services in Sixmilebridge Bed & Breakfasts | Car Rental | Vacation Packages Heritage Centres, Farmhouses, Castles (Historical), Homes (Historical), Town Information Spanish_point, Clare, Ireland 166. Spanish Point At Spanish Point, 2 miles (3 km) west of Milltown Malbay, is a small resort with golf (9) and a good sandy beach. Spanish Point is so named because of the Spaniards who were buried here after the wreck of their Armada ships along this coast. One of the ships was wrecked on the reefs to landward of Mutton Island (2 miles/3 km) off shore, can be visited by currach hired in the fishing village of Quilty. More than a thousand men were lost, and many of their bodies were carried by the tide to Spanish Point. Services in Spanish Point Hotels | Car Rental | Vacation Packages Self Catering Towns N-Q (51-55) Towns displayed are S-S (56-60) Towns T-T (61-63) --TOP-- Privacy policy / Disclaimer / FAQs / Links / Contact us Contact Reservations Toll-Free now at: IRL - 00 800 369 87412 FR - 00 800 369 87412 DE - 00 800 369 87412 NL - 00 800 369 87412 UK - 0 800 783 8359 US - 1 888 827 3028 Canada - 1 866 433 9999 Rest of the World - International code followed by 066 9792093 Lines Open 9am to 8pm(Mon to Fri), 9am to 6pm(Sat) Irish times operated by Gulliver Ireland, FEXCO Center, Langford Street, Killorglin, Co.Kerry, Ireland