Doolin

 

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DOOLIN

Doolin village in County Clare, Ireland lies between the Burren, the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran islands. Doolin is renowned as the traditional music capital of Ireland. Doolin for some is a centre of music and merriment, for others it is a place of great beauty and tranquility.

Doolin Hotel
Accommodation
 Doolin Ferry
Doolin Ferry
Doolin Pubs
Doolin Pubs
Doolin Cave
Doolin Cave
 The Burren
The Burren
Cliffs Of Moher
Cliffs Of Moher

Doolin is the name given to villages of Fisherstreet and Roadford in Co Clare Ireland. Both of the villages in Doolin are well catered for in Accommodation and music, having pubs in which live Irish music is played nightly.

 

Most people find Doolin an ideal base from which to explore this magnificent part of Clare. Take a Ferry to the Aran Islands or the Cliffs of Moher, explore Doolin Cave. Hike or drive to the top of the Cliffs Of Moher. Enjoy a live music seisiuns in one of the pubs or enjoy a fine meal in one of the local restaurants.

 

Doolin is an ideal place from which to visit the world famous Burren. Explore the Burren's, ancient tombs and unique fauna that dot the limestone pavements and plateaux laid down about 300 million years ago.

 

Doolin Cave was opened to the public in 2006 as a show cave. Doolin Cave is home to The Great Stalactite, which is one of the largest known stalactites in the world with a length of 6.54 meters.

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