Top 6 Things to do in Clane, Province of Leinster

Clane is a town in County Kildare, Ireland, 35.4 km from Dublin. Its population of 7,280 makes it the eighth largest town in Kildare and the 66th largest in Ireland. It is on the River Liffey.

1. Liffey Walk

Alexandra Manor, Clane, Ireland Sights & Landmarks, Scenic Walking Areas
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Liffey Walk

Reviewed By Celine N - Clane, IrelandClane, Ireland

A Pleasant Walk through a housing Estate

This is a short ten minute walk with the river on one side and the housing estate on the other. It is a residential area with children and dogs in the area. It is a pretty walk but with no central feature. Good for Dog Walking.

2. Clane Abbey & Remembrance Garden

Main St, | Abbeyland, Clane, Ireland Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites, Cemeteries More
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Clane Abbey & Remembrance Garden

Reviewed By Bozeman-Dublin - Dublin, IrelandDublin, Ireland

beautiful peaceful and Histroic Place

The Abbey is built on the site of the 6th century Monastery of St. Ailbhe but in more recent times it served as the Church of Ireland church in Clane. It hosted the famous Synod of Clane in 1162 and was the Church of Ireland’s home until a new church was

3. Bodenstown Graveyard

Bodenstown, Clane, Ireland Sights & Landmarks, Cemeteries
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Reviewed By MickW998 - Clane, IrelandClane, Ireland

Interesting history

Great spot for those with a keen interest in Irish history. Final resting place of Wolfe Tone and vital link to the the history of the nation of Ireland. Peaceful chapel ruin and monument set out from the hustle and bustle of the city. Nice spot to drop b

4. Clane Franciscan Friary

Abbeylands, Clane, Ireland Sights & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals, Sacred & Religious Sites, Ancient Ruins More
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Clane Franciscan Friary

Reviewed By Bozeman-Dublin - Dublin, IrelandDublin, Ireland

Beautiful Ruined Friary But Too Much Development Around

As my title suggests, this is a wonderful old friary ruin, beautiful and venerable but there is just to much development around it with a main road beside it and a bust hotel and shopping centre within a few metres of its walls.I've passed it hundreds of

5. Abbeyfield Farm

Cellbridge Road | Richardstown, Clane, Ireland Fun & Games, Outdoor Activities, Shooting Ranges, Horseback Riding Tours More
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Abbeyfield Farm

Situated in the scenic kildare countryside abbeyfield offers clay pigeon shooting and horsesriding at the highest level of professionalism. Let us show you the kildare countryside the best way possible,on horse back.Wheither your a first timer or experienced rider we will fill your requirements. For the shooting enthuasist, beginner or seasoned shooter,our state of the art range will suite your needs with expert tuition included.

Reviewed By 723arthurw - Alvor, PortugalAlvor, Portugal

A good day out

Went air rifle shooting to abbeyfield farm with my nephew. Very pleasant surroundings near Clane.All staff very professional, helpful and friendly. Even the dogs said hello!Will definitely go back for the clay pigeon shooting , the group doing that were h

6. Millicent Golf Club

Milicent Road, Clane, Ireland Outdoor Activities, Golf Courses
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Millicent Golf Club

Conveniently located less than 30 minutes from Dublin, this superb 18 hole USGA specification championship golf course is the gem of the Ryder Cup countryside. Set in beautiful surroundings with the river Liffey bordering a number of holes and the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains forming its’ backdrop. Using the natural landscape to its fullest, this 150 acre course has many interesting hazards making it a challenge for golfers of all levels. Cleverly designed by local PGA professional, Tommy Halpin, the front 9 form the boundary of the course and completely enclose the back 9. The course is unusual in that it opens with two par 5’s, the first of which is a formidable 604 yards, the second a gentler 502 yards. The signature par 3 17th plays from tee to green across water. The course concludes with another par 5 with the three-tiered green flanked by a pair of shamrock shaped bunkers. At 7063 yards, this par 73, championship course brings great variety and challenge to every round of golf

Reviewed By Steve B

Dublin Golf Trip

Returned to Millicent for the third year recently had a wonderful day with everyone involved in the club being super helpful, One lady member drove down to lend us her golf buggy for the day. A special thanks to Anita who helped organize the day and the r

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