Sailing as Normal 

47KW EV Fast Charger now available at Killimer Ferry Terminal V15 FK09 

 

SUMMER SAILING SCHEDULE UPDATE: Extra Sailings..
From Wednesday 1st May our 2nd ferry will be in service providing half hourly sailings from Killimer to Tarbert between 9am and 6pm and from Tarbert to Killimer between 9.30am and 6.30pm.
 

Events in May

 

May Burren Wellness Events

The Burren, North Clare

Wednesday, May 1 to Friday, May 31, 2024

The Month of May is ‘Burren Wellness Month’

 

This May, the Burren offers a diverse array of wellness activities spread throughout the month, perfect for those looking to enhance their health and well-being. Organised by the Burren Ecotourism Network, the Burren Wellness Month features a wide selection of events, such as guided walks, yoga retreats, surfing lessons, and hotel breaks, alongside art workshops and a lively food festival.

Each event is designed to fit seamlessly into visitors’ schedules, allowing you to also experience the region’s natural beauty and tranquillity at your own pace. For details on specific events and to plan your visit, see the listing below or check out https://burren.ie/wellness-in-the-burren/wellness-events/

 

 

Lark in Ennis

Ennis, Co. Clare

 Call +353 (0)85 255 0057

 Sunday, 19th May, to Friday, 24th May, 2024.

Lark in Ennis aims to be the premier Camp for Adult learners of Irish Traditional Music, happening immediately before the Fleadh Núa!

 

Lark in Ennis is a Camp for Adult learners of Irish Traditional Music, Song, and Dance. In 2024 we will be hosting a proof-of-concept version with 13 classes limited to 10 students per class. We are very lucky to have a superb faculty for this inaugural year.

Lark in Ennis

 

Fleadh Nua Festival 2024

Ennis, Co. Clare

Call +353 (0)65 682 427

Saturday, 25th May to Monday, 3rd June, 2024

 

Celebrating 50 years in Ennis, Fleadh Nua is an exciting festival, with concerts, céilis, music & singing sessions, recitals, Irish dance competitions and street entertainment.

Fleadh Nua is an International Festival drawing artists and supporters from around the world to Ennis. It is an exciting and innovative festival, full to the brim with concerts, céilis, music sessions, CD launches, recitals, Irish dance competitions and street entertainment.

The week-long programme of events will ensure that Ennis will build on its reputation as the traditional capital of Ireland. Fleadh Nua events are accessible to all.