Ireland is renowned worldwide for its rich musical heritage, and there are few places that capture the essence of Irish traditional music quite like Doolin in County Clare. Nestled along the rugged coast of The Wild Atlantic Way, our picturesque village has become a hub for traditional Irish music sessions. If you’re looking to immerse […]
Here in the Doolin we want everyone to enjoy our beautiful landscape, learn all about our heritage and discover all the great activities and attractions on offer. Many of our members and sites are suitable for people of all ages and all abilities. We understand it takes time to research all the places you can […]
48 Hours in Doolin (From the Perspective of Helen at Galavanting Ireland) A weekend away is always something to look forward to- whether you are travelling with friends, family or a special someone- the anticipation starts building mid-week, and by the time Friday comes around, you just want to be there. On a Friday afternoon, […]
The St. Patrick’s festivities will kick off at the start of the week with music sessions in the pubs around Doolin, followed by Doolin’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Friday 17th March at 2pm. The parade will gather at Doolin Pier at 1.30pm, and will begin at 2pm, traversing through the village for all spectators to enjoy. So arrive here early for a bite to eat or a pint, and pick a great spot to watch the parade from. Music sessions and gigs will also take place throughout the long weekend – it’s set to be an epic weekend of laughter, reunions, craic & ceol.
The countdown is on for the infamous Russell Festival Weekend, which has had to take place virtually for the last 2 years, but now it’s back with a bang as a real-life in-person event, and we’re SO excited here at Doolin Tourism. With a jam-packed weekend of music, song, dance, workshops, and more, it’s not a weekend you want to miss out on so here’s everything you need to know about this year’s festival.