Activities and Attractions

Activities and Attractions in Doolin – With its seaside location and unique karst landscape, Doolin is the perfect base for adventuring in the great outdoors and exploring the local attractions of the Burren region. Visit the Cliffs of Moher, take a ferry to the Aran Islands, explore the Burren Geopark’s landscape & sites such as the Great Stalactite at Doolin Cave, and more on your next visit to Doolin, Ireland.

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Doolin Yoga

Doolin Yoga is a studio run by Tricia McDonnell and offers a variety of classes, retreats, hike & yoga packages, outdoor yoga sessions, meditation classes and more here in Doolin. Visitors are welcome to drop in any classes.

Caherconnell Stone Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

Caherconnell Stone Fort is the only fort in the Burren scientifically excavated and developed for tourism. It is a wonderful site where you can dive into the Burren’s history and also enjoy the amazing sheepdog demonstrations which take place daily.

Mrs Redhead Photography

MrsRedhead – The Coolest Wedding Photographer in Ireland! Wedding photographer, Elopment, private photoshoots, MrsRedhead can do it all for you.

Airmid Natural Handmade Skincare

Airmid – Natural Irish Skincare handmade in the Burren and inspired by its rare and mystical landscape, Airmid brings a natural approach to skincare.

Taste The Atlantic – The Salmon Experience

Taste The Atlantic – The Salmon Experience at the Burren Smokehouse Right next to the Tasting Room at the Burren Smokehouse, a new exciting fun experience is waiting for you. In a self-guided & interactive visitor centre called “Taste the Atlantic – Salmon Experience”, you will immerse yourself in the story of Irish Salmon. Follow […]

Doolin Music House

Experience traditional music in the home of Christy Barry, one of Doolin’s most celebrated musicians. Music, stories, laughter, local food and the Irish welcome are the ingredients to an evening which you will be guaranteed to enjoy!

Discover Doolin’s Rugged Coastline & Water Activities

Follow local Scuba Diver, Caroline Hartigan, and Doolin Tourism on a wild Atlantic tour of Doolin’s Coastline, and get info on our top-rated water activities to experience in the area.

The Historical Sites of Doolin in County Clare

Follow local historian, Mattie Shannon, and Doolin Tourism on a journey through time as we visit the historical sites of Doolin in the Burren, County Clare.

Hidden Gems: Unique Outdoor Activities in Doolin

Hidden Gems: Unique Outdoor Activities in Doolin, Ireland Adventure like a local! Discover some of the most unique outdoor activities in Doolin and County Clare. Below you will find a handful of the many hidden gems in Doolin’s great outdoors, recommended by Doolin locals. Doolin warmly welcomes visitors to stay & discover more, explore the […]

Pat Sweeney – Doolin Cliff Walk

Join Pat Sweeney on a guided walk along the sea cliffs from Doolin to the Cliffs of Moher, for a unique experience of it’s breathtaking rural beauty

Doolin Cave and Visitor Centre

Visit the award winning Doolin Cave & discover the Great Stalactite – It is the longest free-hanging stalactite in the northern hemisphere! After your cave tour, take a looped walk on the Farmland Nature Trail, grab a picnic or a bite in the cafe and shop for Doolin Cave Pottery.

Doolin2Aran Ferries

All aboard! What better way to spend a day in Doolin, than on a day trip to the Aran Islands. Okay, maybe a boat trip AND a cruise to the Cliffs of Moher would top that…

Doolin Ferry Company

Travel with Doolin’s original ferry company (EST. 1970) to the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher. Join Bill O’Brien and family and travel in comfort on a journey to Ireland’s traditional past. Escape to any of the three Aran Islands; Inis Mor, Inis Meain, Inis Oirr.

Burren Tours

Burren Tours is a local, family run, transport and tour company. Our main driver, Sean, has all the charm of a Doolin native and all the knowledge of a Clare local.

Burren Smokehouse Visitor Centre

Call into the Burren Smokehouse Tasting Room (visitor centre with retail space) located in Lisdoonvarna just off the Wild Atlantic Way and a short drive from Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher.

Lahinch Adventures

Adventure along the Wild Atlantic Way of County Clare with Lahinch Adventures – located just a short drive from Doolin at Lahinch Promenade. We have a wide range of activities including Surfing, Indoor Climbing, Indoor Archery, Outdoor Rock Climbing in The Burren, Kayaking and SUP to name a few.

Ben’s Surf Clinic

Surf the wild Atlantic waves of County Clare with Ben’s Surf Clinic – located just a short drive from Doolin at Lahinch Promenade. Individual & Group lessons are available. All levels welcome!

Geopark

Doolin is situated within the The Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark.
Rich in heritage and culture, this area received the highly valuable UNESCO Global Geopark designation in March 2016.

Cliffs of Moher

A magical landscape that seems to change from craggy cliff to soft folds of green in a heartbeat. A landscape dotted with picture-post card cottages, villages and towns where the secrets of Irish life are unlocked as the music begins.

Heritage & Culture – 6 day itinerary

Discover our heritage and culture with this 6 day itinerary suggestion.

Island Day Trips

The Aran Islands – famous for geology, history and culture…

The Doolin Adventure – 5 day itinerary

A suggestion on how to spend 5 days packed with adventures in Doolin!

Yoga and Holistic Treatments

Set against the iconic backgrounds of the Atlantic Ocean, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren there are a number of nearby retreats, classes & workshops for your holistic pleasure.

Family Fun in Doolin – 5 day itinerary

Doolin is a family friendly village with many options in terms of accommodation and dining.

The Fertile Rock

The Burren, known as the fertile rock, due to its temperate climate, which means that the limestone retains its warmth during the winter. Cattle and Lamb are moved to the mountains during this time and can graze amongst the limestone.

Arts & Culture

The rich tradition of music, art, history, heritage and culture all weave together and create a special atmosphere in Doolin.

Killilagh Church

An example of the community’s dedication to preserving their rich heritage is Killilagh Church.

Archaeology & Heritage

Doolin (Dúlainn in irish) probably derives from the Gaelic phrase dubh linn, which means the dark pool.

Limestone Pavement

The most famous and readily identifiable feature of the Burren is the ‘limestone pavement’, areas of grey flat rock broken up by crevices, called grykes by geologists, and a good example of these can be seen along the shore to the south and north of Doolin Pier.

The Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is at the heart of the Doolin Community; sustaining everyday life.

Atlantic Adventure

Just off the coast of County Clare lie three rocky limestone outcrops that make up the Aran Islands.

Nature’s Playground

Doolin is a natural place for adventure seekers.
From cruises to sea kayaking to cave climbing, there is something to suit everybody’s comfort level!

Days of Discovery

The Doolin Tourism has organised three comprehensive breaks that cater for most types of visitors, A General Visit, The Family Getaway and a Walkers & Hikers Guide to Doolin and North Clare as reference points for your holiday.

Tours

There is so much to do in Doolin!

Phillip Morrison

Phillip Morrison runs his own art gallery in the seaside town of Lahinch, County Clare and for a number of years also had a gallery in Doolin.

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