The village of Doolin attracts a variety of people for different reasons. You can just relax and hang about, enjoy the music and a few drinks and meet people, or you can get active. There are many activities you can engage in. Rent a bike or explore the area on foot. Doolin Pitch and Putt can be played all year round. And for those that take their fishing rod wherever they go, there are plenty of popular as well as quiet shore angling spots, heading north from Doolin Point along the coast.
You can visit 'Poll an Eidhneáin', now known as Doolin Cave and see one of the largest Stalactites in the world.The ferries are running weather permitting all summer long from Doolin Pier, so you can visit the Aran Islands and view the Cliffs of Moher from below. To read more about Doolin, click on the About Doolin button above.
And if you want to see more of County Clare and the rest of Ireland, Doolin is a good starting point for day trips. The Burren National Park is right at your doorstep, the Cliffs of Moher are less than 5 miles south of Doolin and a game of golf in Lahinch is less than 7 miles away. When you can't take any more of all that fresh air in the country side, just an hours drive from Doolin you can enjoy a day of hustle and bustle in the City of Galway.
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What to do during your stay
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The Pier, Doolin
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Cliffs of Moher:
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Cliffs of Moher
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Clare Surf Safari
Mobile Surf School
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