Fun and Adventure as Lough Derg Blueway Opens for Business

  The Lough Derg Blueway was officially launched on Tuesday 6th March 2018 at a special ceremony in Killaloe in the presence of providers of commercial and recreation service providers around Lough Derg. The launch of the initiative is the culmination of a successful partnership between Clare, Tipperary and Galway County Councils, the Lough Derg Marketing Group […]

Second Public Consultation On Holy Island Development plan

  Tourism and community representatives are being invited to an upcoming public consultation on the preparation of a Visitor Management and Sustainable Tourism Development Plan for Holy Island on Lough Derg.   Clare County Council will facilitate the event, the second such consultation to take place on the proposed plan, atMountshannon Community Hall at 7.30pm […]

White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing Point opens on the shores of Lough Derg

Members of the public are now able to observe one of the first White Tailed Sea Eagles born in Ireland in over a century courtesy of a new Viewing & Information Point that has been officially opened on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare.   Located at Mountshannon Pier and operated by Mountshannon […]

Tipperary Tourism: Lough Derg

Lough Derg is the third-largest lake in Ireland, after Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland, and Lough Corrib in Galway.  It is a long and relatively narrow lake with shores in counties Clare, Galway, and Tipperary.  The lake is the last of the three largest on the River Shannon, with the other two, Lough Ree and […]