Fahee North, lies at the top of Glencolumbkille, the valley of St Colmchille (c. 520-597), the Apostle of the Hebrides. The limestone terraces and summits of nearby Turloughmore, Gortaclare and Slievecarran form a rocky western boundary to low-lying lands, lakes, turloughs and woodlands bounded in the distance to the east by the Slieve Aughty and Maghera Mountains, over 20 kilometres away. The lowlands are the result of millions of years of erosion of the limestone, mostly by chemical dissolution by rain and groundwater as well as the physical effects of huge moving ice sheets which deepened and widened the valley.
Hidden beneath the highly visual Burren landscape is a complex underworld of caves which includes the longest cave
Lisdoonvarna Spa Wells
Visit the Spa Wells heritage Centre to learn about the local history and the Spa waters Delve into the history of
The Spa Wells Heritage Centre, Lisdoonvarna
Lisdoonvarna Heritage Centre was opened in June 2018 known locally as the Spa Wells People have been availing of the