Attractions to keep families entertained on a visit to Lough Derg are plentiful. Get a glimpse of the stunning scenery from a height on the Lough Derg Way & The East Clare Way or discover the heritage of the region in castles like Portumna and Nenagh. Pack a picnic and spend a day at one of the lakeside parks such as Two-Mile-Gate or Castlelough and don’t forget your swim suit for a dip in the blue flag beach at Mountshannon.
Mountshannon Beach is a small lakeside bathing area located at Lough Derg in Mountshannon, County Clare.Mountshannon Beach is located at Lough Derg, which is one of the major freshwater lakes … Read More
We at Lough Derg School of Adventure provide a wide range of quality outdoor adventure activities ranging from one-hour taster sessions to corporate days out and five-day adventure education camps … Read More
Killaloe Heritage Centre displays an imaginative exhibition charting the history of Killaloe and its Celtic and nautical significance. With a section dedicated to Brian Boru the greatest High King of … Read More
About Discover Lough Derg
Discover the Lakelands Lough Derg for your next holiday in Ireland. A majestic lake located between the counties of Clare, Tipperary and Galway, you will find activities to keep you entertained, accommodation to suit all budgets, heritage and culture waiting to be explored.
On the water activities include SUP (Stand Up Paddling), sailing, cruising, canoeing and fishing while on dry land we have some of the best walking routes in Ireland. From the linear routes of the Lough Derg Way & East Clare Way to the looped walks dotted around the Lakelands Lough Derg, you can enjoy magnificent scenery and sample delicious local food en route. It’s time for you to visit!