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Doolin IrelandFor this week’s shore town we cross the Atlantic Ocean to Doolin, Ireland.  A popular tourist destination known for its traditional Irish music, this shore town is located in County Clare, Ireland.  Its spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean have morphed this fishing town into a must visit spot in Ireland.  Doolin is also known for its history as there are several ancient structures dating back to the iron age or earlier including Doonagore Castle.

Doolin, Ireland is also known for its surfing, with a break off the ‘Cliffs of Moher’ creating Ireland’s largest waves.  Another natural wonder in this shore town is the Doolin Cave, which is home to one of the greatest natural wonders of the world, the Great Stalactite.

Things to do in Doolin, Ireland

Doolin Cliff Walks

Pat’s ability to complete projects and his commitment to a major goal is particularly evident in his dedication to the Doolin – Cliffs of Moher coastal walking trail.

“This trail was a dream of mine for years, so it is sometimes possible for dreams to come true. I created a walking trail for people to come and see the sights that I can see every day from my farm.”

Doolin Cave

Doolin Cave is a family run tourist attraction located in the West of Ireland on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The cave is home to one of the greatest natural wonders of the world, the Great Stalactite. The Great Stalactite is the longest free-hanging stalactite in the northern hemisphere, it is 7.3m long weighs an estimated 10 tonnes, it is truly spectacular

North Clare Sea Kayaking Tour Company

Welcome to Doolin, County Clare in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way – home to North Clare Sea Kayaking!

Places to stay In Doolin, Ireland

Hotel Doolin

Located in the heart of Doolin, traditional Irish music and Cultural capital of Ireland, the boutique 4 star Hotel Doolin elevates hotel accommodation in North Clare to a new level. Set amidst the backdrop of the Cliffs of Moher, Clare’s famous 213 metre high cliffs and on the fringes of the Burren National park which is known worldwide for its’ rugged ever changing landscape and unique flora and fauna, our central location allows you to explore and discover a most beautiful part of the world.

Ballinalacken Castle Country House Hotel

At Ballinalacken Castle House Hotel our ethos is simple – we simply expect the best. Since the O’Callaghan family took over the running of the hotel, the name of Ballinalacken Castle Hotel has become synonomous with tranquility and luxury.

Aran View Country House

Aran View House in Doolin is a wonderful Georgian country house accomodation with Self Catering Apartments, set in the magnificent wilderness of the Burren, County Clare, on Irelands’ West Coast.

Places to eat in Doolin, Ireland

Roadford House Restaurant

A classic destination for eating and staying, Frank & Marian’s Roadford House Restaurant & Accommodation is just an affordable, lovable delight….

Roadford House Restaurant and Accommodation on the Wild Atlantic Way is a family operated business  reflected in the level of personal and attentive service given to each guest. Now entering its 10th Year in business Roadford House will reopen March 18th for the 2016 season.

McGann’s Pub and B&B

Award winning food is served in the bar 7 days a week. Tempt yourself with a lunch Menu which operates daily from 12.00 to 3.30pm and thereafter an extensive bar food menu is available until 10.30pm.

Cullinan’s Seafood Restaurant

Whether you’re planning your first stay on the west coast of Ireland or already living here, we’re delighted that you’re thinking about coming to Doolin! Very simply, we’re passionate about making sure that you make the most of your visit.

A special thanks to our past guests for their feedback. You’ll find some of their kind words as you browse through the site. We’re always keen to hear your feedback and ideas.

 

Doolin, Ireland
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