Take a cruise on The Spirit of Killalo…. (seasonal)
On board there is a choice of two decks, the upper deck is ideally suited for taking the sun and enjoying the spectacular scenery. The lower deck has spacious seating for up to 50 people, full bar facilities, tea, coffee and snacks refreshments on board. When on board a detailed commentary will be provided on all interesting sites as you cruise by. http://www.spiritofkillaloe.com/
Irelands traditional preoccupation with horses and horse riding is particularly evident throughout the Shannon Region. This is guaranteed to be one of the best things to do during your stay at the luxury Lakeside Hotel Clare. Trail riding and trekking are available in nearby Scarriff and Clonlara - www.clonlaraequestrian.com
The wide open spaces and hills are also ideal for cycling. There are three sign posted cycling routes in North Tipperary - The Clare Glens Cycle, The Holy Cross Cycle, The Keeper Hill Cycle. What better way to take in the beauty of the local area than by taking part in this excellent outdoor local activity.
There is nothing more refreshing and invigorating than a walk along the beach, with the winds sweeping in from the Atlantic. West Clare, with its long and rugged coastline has a variety of uncrowded beaches or safe sandy coves for the walker.
Killaloe is home to the UL Sport Adventure Centre, which offers world class water sport facilities - www.ulac.ie. A range of Summer camps are offered throughout July & August on a range of activities. The Activity Centre also offers a range of courses catering from beginners to the more experienced, with both land and waterbased activities.
Increasingly popular walking routes can be followed on an organised basis. Walks, varying from one day to one week are marked out with distinctive pointers - for maps on walks in the area click here. Clarisford Park has a 1000m running/walking trail, playing and training fields. It is open to pedestrians with ample parking for casual users.
The lakes, rivers and streams in Clare are rich in salmon, brown trout and a wide variety of coarse fish including pike & bream. Dotted with almost 40 lakes the Lakelands of East Clare have quality services and facilities for the angler, whilst the unrivalled asset of Lough Dreg and the Shannon waterway provide both game and coarse angling - www.tjsangling.com
Let the Kids explore the wonder of playgrounds, with state of the art playgrounds located in both Ballina and Killaloe - just enquire at reception for directions.
Fishing for Kids
A whole new world of outdoor adventure where each child is left with a lasting impression and memories that will bring them back to the water time and time again. Fishing for kids offers a day course to young people where they are introduced to fishing in a friendly and safe environment. A day at Fishing for Kids will entertain children and introduce them to a new lifestyle and a new hobby to keep them entertained for the rest of their lives. For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to their website at www.fishingforkids.ie.