Welcome to Kilkee

Welcome to the Official Website of Kilkee

Kilkee (Irish: Cill Chaoi, meaning "Church of Chaoineadh Ita - lamentation for Ita") in County Clare, Ireland along the Wild Atlantic WayIt is a small coastal town located on the rugged West coast of county Clare. The town is a particularly popular Irish seaside resort with family’s travelling from all over the country to holiday here. Kilkee and the Loop Head Peninsula also attract thousands of foreign tourists to the area annually with its breathtaking scenic walks and stunning sea cliff panoramic views as well as all the other wonderful amenities that are available in the area.The horseshoe bay is protected from the Atlantic Ocean weather by the Duggerna Reef which has in the past kept this beautiful haven safe from all the Atlantic has to offer.
We the business people of Kilkee welcome you and hope that this web site will provide you
with all the relevant information to assist you with your visit here with us to
Kilkee and The Loop Head peninsula.

Latest News from Kilkeemore news

Weekends in Kilkee

Spring Time In Kilkee

Open fires , tasty food, live music and lots of craic!! no place i'd rather be!!
So if you feel like getting away from it all why not drop down and see us , have a nice brisk walk on the beach or back on the beautiful cliffs and then maybe pop in for a pint and a bit of the tasty food served in our restaurants.

Loop Head Walking Festival - 01/05/2015 - 04/05/2015

Walking on Loop Head

Join us on the Loop Head Peninsula to walk the beautiful coastal paths and roads of Kilkee, Kilcredaun, and Loop Head.

For more details, see: http://www.loophead.ie/events/loop-head-walking-festival/

Kilkee Highlights

What's New in Kilkee

 

 

Coming to Cultúrlann Sweeney

Patricia Winders Reynolds Art Exhibition

Patricia Winders Reynolds will be hosting her art exhibition here in Cultúrlann Sweeney Kilkee from the 5th - 29th  May. Patricia is from Dublin and studied Art and Art History under Irish artists Declan Campbell and John Skelton in the 1970s, and oils and still life under the tutelage of artist Chad Hughes in North Carolina in the 1990s. Her love of ethnic art of the Celtic and Australian Aboriginal traditions have a huge influence in her paintings, from the strength of Celtic shapes and symbols to the boldness of colour from the Aboriginal tradition, these all come through in her beautiful paintings. The exhibition can be viewed in the Library foyer during Library opening hours.

 

 

Spring time in Kilkee

Now that the Winter is almost behind us although with the weather over the last few weeks you would not think so.

Kilkee is starting to get ready for the Summer season with lots of work going on in the area, the repairs to the Strand line wall have finally begun and some new sun seats have been fitted and painted on the promenade...........

There is lots to do in Kilkee through out the off season with plenty of the pubs and restaurants open for business. There will be open fires and smiling faces to greet you as well as entertainment on at the weekends.... and there's always the cliff walk to blow out the cobwebs...so don't be a stranger get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy a bit of down time here in Kilkee.....

Foodie Towns 2014

Great NEWS: Loop head Peninsula was shortlisted for the The Restaurant Association of Ireland's national competition to find the Foodie Town of Ireland 2014.... See: www.foodietowns.ie

 

Loop Head Walking Festival

More Great NEWS: Loop Head Walking festival has been named in the Independent newspaper as one of the top 10 walking festivals to do in Ireland this summer... Link below The Irish Independent

Happy Bathers in Kilkee