Featured Properties in Liscannor and County Clare

Your Essential Guide to Liscannor

Things to do in Liscannor? You’ll find plenty to chose from in this small but beautifully-located fishing village in stunning County Clare, Ireland.

Located near the Cliffs of Moher (already a big selling point!), you’ll also find some great bars and restaurants around Liscannor as well as great proximity to activities in nearby towns.

Oh, and why Liscannor?  The name is taken from an old castle that used to be nearby. The word ‘Lis’ means fort and the word ‘cannor’ is an alternative way of spelling the Irish name Connor.

Let’s take a closer look…


Things To Do in Liscannor

The Best View in Ireland?

One place is top of our list for very good reason! The cliffs of Moher are famous for their views over the Atlantic Ocean, so much so that you can make your visit into a full day activity.

These are extremely high cliffs! The good news is that safe path boundaries are in place while tour groups can help you find the very best highlights including other attractions along the way such as O’Brien’s Tower.

This tower is a superb lookout, as is Pollboy in the lower part of the cliffs where many people stop to catch their breath after taking in the stunning views.

Perfect for Photos

If you’re a keen photographer a great spot near the village of Liscannor is St Kilmacrehy Church. The church has beautiful ruins those with an eye for a great photo will be sure to appreciate.

Moher Tower

The tower – the beautiful stone ruins of an old large watchtower that was used to watch over the Atlantic – sits on top of the Moher cliffs looking over the Atlantic Ocean along the Wild Atlantic Way. Recommended!

Food and Drink in Liscannor

One of the main draws for food in Liscannor is Joseph McHughs.

Here you can enjoy a tidy pub grub meal, with lots of locally-sourced ingredients (especially the fish!), and a relaxing drink.

When it comes to drink, Joseph McHughs try to source locally als . Of course, you can find that perfect pint of Guinness, but you can also try a native County Clare craft beers from Western Herd.

Nearby is Egans, a lovely chilled bar with a great atmosphere. Almost every weekend the bar has its very own entertainment usually in the form of a live singer/band. A  perfect, welcoming stop if you want to hear some traditional Irish music.

Other nearby bars worth visiting are Considine’s Bar near Lislarkin plus many in nearby Lahinch. For even more restaurants we recommend you visiting Lahinch. Enjoy!

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Featured Properties in Liscannor and County Clare