Kilkee, County Clare
Kilkee (Irish meaning 'Church of St. Caoi') is a small coastal town in County Clare, located midway between Kilrush and Doonbeg on the N67 road. It is one of the most famous resorts in Ireland and it's a good starting point for discovering the Burren region and the Cliffs of Moher.
Hotels in Kilkee provide quality hotel accommodation, as a result of years of experience in the hospitality industry in County Clare.
In the west of Ireland, Kilkee is a magnificent location with many tourist attractions and places of interest. While staying in Kilkee you will find attractions such as scuba diving, golf, fishing and walks with spectacular cliff scenery. Kilkee beach has also regularly been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Commission.
Thousands of visitors enjoy events which take place in Kilkee, for example the annual Cois Fharraige Festival - a surf and music festival on the beach in September.
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