Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in County Clare

Ready to check out the best sites in County Clare for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 6 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in County Clare to suit your needs.
County Clare dive site map
Bishop's Island

#1 - Bishop's Island

Ireland, Munster, Clare, Kilkee

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South of Kilkee
Myles Creek

#2 - Myles Creek

Ireland, Munster, Clare, Kilkee

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Myles Creek is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Ireland, Munster, Clare, Kilkee which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Newfee

#3 - Newfee

Ireland, Munster, Clare, Kilkee

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The best course is to proceed over Kelp 30 degrees West of North towards the inner face of Duggerna Head. There is a rock reef on a sandy bottom and a maximum depth of 10 metres. Near the car park on the South side of the bay, down step steps, Newfee is the most sheltered of all Kilkee dive sites and is usually accessible in all but the worst conditions. It is ideal for inexperienced divers. Newfee is also known as New Found Out.
Illaunloo

#4 - Illaunloo

Ireland, Connaught, Galway

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Illaunloo is also known as Loo rock.
H.M.S. Martin Wreck

#5 - H.M.S. Martin Wreck

Ireland, Munster, Clare, Kilkee

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http://www.irishwrecksonline.net/details/MartinHMS621.htm
Doolin Point

#6 - Doolin Point

Ireland, Munster, Clare

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The dive starts off dropping down a semi vertical wall to max depth of about 24m depending on tide. lots of boulders to find things under. interesting little cave system in the area for those that know what they're doing. Short walk across about 150 meters of flat(ish) rock. some clambering down - not too difficult. Easier to access at high tide. Care needs to be taken entering and exiting if there is swell....the rocks are very sharp Doolin Point is also known as Doolin.