The Carron Polje is the largest enclosed depression in Ireland, with an area of approximately 4.5 square kilometres. The “disappearing lake” or Turlough is the most noticeable part of the Polje. Walk the carron trail which leads passed the turlough and takes in the Clab Valley, and several archaeological monuments including St Fachtnan’s Holy Well.
Acessibilty to Visitation
The Burren is a walkers paradise with an abundance of trails to choose from Explore the regions heritage by taking one
Explore the Coast
Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark is situated on Irelands Wild Atlantic Way The rugged coast offers caves, inlets, sea
Fanore Beach is on the northwest coast of the Burren and its golden arc of sand with the backdrop of bare limestone