Situated on the craggy coast of the Atlantic, Ireland's County Clare is one of the country's most stunning destinations. The limestone landscape of the Burren is truly unique and spectacular and should be included in one's itinerary. The rugged Cliffs of Moher looming over the whole county is also a favourite tourist attraction in Clare, as is the Dromolond Castle and Bunratty Castle. Clare is a mix of the modern and traditional. It is the location of the town of Ennis which is the country's first Information Age locale. Yet signs of its long Gaelic history can still be seen in Clare's food, music, arts, clothing, and the local's lifestyle. Clare is one of the few places in Ireland where people still use Gaelic in everyday language. Aside from its spectacular scenery and cultural offerings, Clare's activities are also worth mentioning. Here, there are plenty of opportunities for walks and drives around the scenic county side that is perfect for the whole family. There's the Loop Head, Doolin, and Spanish Point, which you can visit and view on a wagon instead.