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Enjoy fine foods and crafts at Killaloe Farmers Market

Killaloe, East Clare

Free To Visit

It’s a truly wonderful shopping and eating experience at the Killaloe Farmers Market, open every Sunday year-round. As you walk through the market your senses are heightened by the tantalising smells, the colourful stalls, the sounds of chatter and banter, and the music of local buskers.

Browse the stalls packed with locally grown fruits and vegetables, fresh meats, cheeses and eggs, sourdough bread, vegan and vegetarian delights, olives and pesto, authentic Indian curries and spice mixes, fresh-cut flowers and potted plants, artisanal teas and coffees, wicker ware, local honey and beeswax candles, sweet and savoury crepes, and so much more.

Sit down and enjoy a breakfast roll or burger from Rigney’s Farm, a curry from Mohindar, a falafel wrap from Aileen, a bowl of veggie stew, or a nutritious salad. Take the weight off your feet and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while observing the beautiful views of the Clare Hills and the River Shannon.

Good to Know

Admission: Free to visit.

Open months: Open Sundays, year-round.

Visit duration: 10 to 120 minutes.

Suitability for younger children: Ideally suited.

Rainy days: All outdoor.

Dining/refreshments: Open air seating/tables within the market. Teas, coffees, curries, burgers, falafels, crepes, vegan stews and salads.

Picnic facilities: Grass area adjacent to the market.

Toilet facilities: On-site with baby changing facilities.

Accessibility: Fully wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets.

Assistance/guide dogs: Permitted.

Groups:  Groups welcome.

Parking: Car parking on-site and free parking nearby.

Details are subject to change. It is always advisable to check the opening dates, times, and other information on their website or directly with the attraction before visiting or booking. 

About Killaloe


The lively waterside town of Killaloe is one of Ireland's most visited towns. Home to the last High King of Ireland, it is steeped in history.