Clare - also known as the Banner County - derives its name from he Irish 'An Clár', meaning the plain. Clare contains a karst limestone surface called the Burren which features caves, and rare alpine flora.
The Ailwee Caves in the Burren region hold geographical features such as stalagmites, stalagtites and pillars.
The Cliffs of Moher are another remarkable feature in County Clare, rising nearly 700 feet above the sea.
County Clare Towns
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