Doolin is a place of great beauty and tranquillity, where the visitor can
refresh their spirits away from the everyday hustle and bustle of life. For some
it is the centre of music and merriment. For others it is a base from which to
explore a magnificent part of Ireland. It is a paradise for geologists,
botanists, ornithologist, speleologist and walkers.
Doolin restaurants offer fine foods with local seafood
a speciality. Our world-famous pubs feature traditional music sessions nightly.
Craft shops offer a range of locally produced hand-crafted products. Music shops
have a wide range of items to suit all tastes. Lahinch Seaworld with heated
indoor pool is a short drive away.
by are the majestic
Cliffs of Moher, battling daily with the
Atlantic ocean. They rise in places to over 700 feet. A visitor centre is open
all year round.
Four miles east of Doolin is Lisdoonvarna, Ireland's only Spa town.
Camping is on the fringe of the world famous Burren, a remarkable limestone area
which has a combination of many visual features that make it unique in Europe.
Its geology, flora, caves, archaeology and history set it apart as a place of
mystery and beauty - an explorer's dream. The Burren Centre in Kilfenora helps
unravel many of the Burren's mysteries.
activities include ferry trips to the Aran Islands and along the Cliffs
of Moher, golf at Lahinch famous links course, Pitch & Putt, fishing, caving,
walking, cycling, horse riding, surfing, scuba diving, canoeing and bird
Shannon Airport & Kilimer Ferry are within a 1 hour drive.