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Traditional Music

  • The Pubs in Doolin are famous worldwide for the traditional sessions and setdancers flock to Kilfenora (10 min. from Ennistymon), home of the Kilfenora Ceili Band!

Discovering the Burren by foot or bicycle

  • For GPS walking & Cycling Tracks click here

Free Tour of the Burren!

  • Stay at least 2 consecutive nights and avail of a free personalized tour of the Burren

The West Coast of Clare

  • Find out more about the West Coast of County Clare - click here

Golf in Lahinch

What to do and what to see

Golfing
If you are a golfer North Clare has much to offer. There are a number of excellent courses, the most famous being The Links Course at Lahinch, on which the South of Ireland Golf Championship is played annually, in the Summer. Lahinch also has the 18-hole Castle Course. More challenging courses are nearby-in Gort, Spanish Point, Doonbeg, Kilkee and Kilrush.

Swimming & Surfing
The beach in Lahinch is famous with surfers from all over the world. It is also a great beach for swimming and walking. Especiallly children will enjoy the Seaworld (Swimming Pool & Aquarium) at the Strand promenade.

Fishing
There are numerous fishing lakes and rivers in the area.
Angling on Lickeen Lake
Sea Fishing Trips can be arranged from Liscannor harbour.
Cliffs of Moher
Cliffs of Moher
The world renowned Cliffs of Moher are only minutes away. With its breath-taking views once you visit you will see why it remains one of Ireland's most popular tourist attractions. Walk along the clifftop, visit the new visitor center or experience the cliffs from the sea on the boat which departs from the local pier at Liscannor on regular trips. The Cliffs of Moher offer excellent views of breeding seabirds such as kittiwakes, puffins, razorbills, fulmars and guillemots.

Activities in the Burren
The Burren plateau of North-West Clare is internationally famous because of its beautiful limestone landscapes and the remarkable flora of the region as well as its rich archaeological heritage.It is the finest example of a karstic terrain in Ireland, with a full assemblage of the curious landforms and subterranean drainage systems that characterise these limestone terrains.The Burren offer an abundant diversity of flowers and plants, never planted by man.The area also hosts 70 wedge-tombs (the most famous of them being Poulnabrone), ring forts, caves (most notable Aillwee Cave and Doolin Cave ) castles (Leamenagh Castle) and a network of field walls and hut circles. Cycling in the Burren The Burren has it all - Castles, Historical monuments, Abbeys, Museums, caves... and so much more! We'll give you detailed information where to go and what to see!
You can drive in and around the Burren's several roads, but the only way to really experience it is by foot! The green roads are the old Burren roads and are perfect to explore this landscape on short and long walks.The Burren Way is a 40km walk through the Burren connecting Lahinch and Ballyvaughan, but is only one of the many short and long walks criss-crossing the Burren landscape. We can provide you with information and maps and also get you to and from the access points of these walks! Many quiet roads allow for cycling, whether folllowing marked routes or your senses.