Kildysart, from the Irish meaning “church of the wilderness”, is a village in County Clare.
A monastery is said to have been founded on Low Island by Saint Senan of Iniscattery, before Saint Patrick came into Munster.
Kildysart is known for its fishing, both in the estuary and in the local lakes.
Visitors can charter a boat for fishing in the Shannon Estuary or for trips to the islands. The estuary holds fish such as conger, skate, dogfish, pollock, and flounder.
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