Fanore Beach is on the northwest coast of the Burren and its golden arc of sand with the backdrop of bare limestone hill make this a very distinctive Geosite. This Geosite contains a sand dune complex, the only surface river that flows over the Burren limestone, the oldest archaeological remains in the Burren as well as spectacular biokarst and fossiliferous limestone. Fanore’s large sandy beach and clear waters are very popular with walkers, swimmers and surfers.
The Carron Polje is the largest enclosed depression in Ireland, with an area of approximately 45 square kilometres The
Fahee North, lies at the top of Glencolumbkille, the valley of St Colmchille (c 520-597), the Apostle of the Hebrides
Burren Nature Sanctuary
This heritage site in Kinvara, Co Galway is the perfect place to discover the magical Burren landscape Follow the