The Burren Collection

The Burren Collection

The Burren takes its name from the Irish word 'boireann' meaning, 'a stony or rocky place' which is a good description for this limestone plateau of North-West Clare. The Burren is internationally famous for its beautiful landscapes, the rare and remarkable flora which grows between the stone ridges, as well as its rich archaeological heritage. One of the many places to visit along the 2,500 km 'Wild Atantic Way', the world's longest coastal route, the Burren, as captured in these pieces, truly is a sight to behold.