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The Weather in Kilkee
Find the Kilkee climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Kilkee, with temperatures going under 37° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Vacation cottages in the photogenic town of Kilkee, County Clare
Stay in a cute cottage or a modern townhouse in Kilkee, near the town of Limerick in County Clare. Enjoy exploring the beautiful and rugged surroundings of this traditional part of Ireland, as well as a number of great activities to enjoy in town.
The best way to meet the locals of Kilkee
Ireland is famous for its pubs, where it’s easy to get chatting with the locals over a pint of Guinness and other local favourites like Murphy’s and Smithwick’s. The Bay View and Fitzpatrick’s are just off the beach and are excellent local drinking holes. Fitzpatrick’s and nearby Hickie’s often feature live music performances.
Experiencing the Loophead Peninsula
Another popular route from Kilkee is the Loophead Peninsula Drive. This will take you through picturesque territory along the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’, the rugged coastline encircling the town. You’ll travel through a number of settlements to the south including Gráinne’s Rock, where it’s often possible to spot whales and dolphins.
The best things to do in Kilkee
Cliffs of Moher
Towering over 700ft above the Atlantic coast of western Ireland, these cliffs offer unparalleled views of the surroundings making it easy to see why the area is so popular with visitors.
A sandy beach on the edge of town offering another great place to go for walks, and a popular swimming spot in the summer. There are more good cliff walks to be found nearby.
Bridges of Ross
Three naturally-formed rock arches that jut out above the sea, two of which no longer stand. The remaining ‘bridge’ continues to be referred to in the plural. It’s a great place to birdwatch.
Less than 15 minutes by car from Kilkee is Kilrush, a designated Heritage Town which features a number of decorative parks and great friendly local pubs.
The Pollock Holes
A collection of natural holes formed in the rock where pollock fish can be found swimming around. These formations are thought to be hundreds of millions of years old.
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