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Kinvara is situated in South County Galway, Ireland, just on the edge of the world renowned "Burren" on Galway Bay. Often described in tourist guides and other publications as a "Picturesque Seaside Village", this is a description that not many will argue with...
Burrenbeo is the interactive interpretative centre for the Burren.
Your one stop shop for all you need to know about the magical kingdom of the 'fertile rock'.
The Burren College of Art
Set in the grounds of a 16th century castle against the stunning backdrop of the Burren in County Clare on Ireland's Atlantic coast, the Burren College of Art, founded in 1993 after years of planning and research on an international scale, represents a new and exciting departure in Visual Art education.
Gregans Castle Hotel
The Burren is one of Ireland's surprises for the discerning traveller. A special area of limestone mountain scenery, with a distinctive beauty and holding a wealth of treasure for the botanist and explorer of historic ruins. In the midst of this wilderness lies  Gregans Castle Hotel, at the foot of the Corkscrew Hill, with breathtaking views over The Burren and Galway Bay.
The Aillwee Caves
Aillwee is one of the most ancient caves in the Burren and perhaps in Ireland.
This stunning creation of nature was formed by the melt waters of a prehistoric ice age. The cave, carved out of limestone, cuts into the heart of the mountain.
Wordwell Books
Wordwell was established in 1986 as a publisher of books on Irish archaeology and heritage. In their first year they took over publication of the annual Excavations Bulletin, an invaluable resource for archaeologists, containing summary accounts of all the excavations in Ireland.
Ireland of the Welcomes
First published in 1952, Ireland of the Welcomes portrays the best of Ireland’s history, culture and lifestyles to many people worldwide. On these web pages, you will be able to taste some of the flavour of Ireland of the Welcomes, as they give you a short précis of the main articles in the current issue.
Ireland Travel and Tourism Database, with interactive map of Ireland.
On-line reservations for accommodation and car rental both in Northern Ireland and in the Republic.
The Burren Centre, Kilfenora, Co. Clare.
To begin to discover the secrets of the Burren, a walk through the Burren Centre Exibition is essential. Beautifully presented, with atmospheric lighting and sounds, the story of the Burren unfolds before your eyes, revealing the history of man and animals and how they co-existed in this apparently inhospitable place.A homely tea room awaits you at the end of your Journey Through Time where you can enjoy the delights of fresh, home-cooked food or browse through their craft shop where exquisite, locally produced crafts are on sale.
Colin Smythe Book Publishers
For a varied selection of titles in the following catagories:
Drama, ELT Press, Fantasy/SF, Fiction, History/Biographies & Theatre History, Literary Criticism, Parapsychology, Phaleristics & Heraldry, Poetry, Popular Irish Titles, Terry Pratchett checklist.

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