Welcome to Doolin
Doolin (Dúlainn) is a coastal village in County Clare, on the Atlantic coast. It boarders nearby towns of Lisdoonvarna and Ennistimon and the area are well known for traditional Irish music.
Doolin is very popular with tourists due to it's close proximity to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher. It has a number of local pubs which play traditional music regularly. The Harbour in Doolin is the departing point for boat trips to the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher.
Golf, ceol agus craic at Lahinch outing
The tee is reserved from 2.10 to 4.10 on Friday afternoon, with ceol, bia agus craic in Doolin to follow from eight 'til late. On the Saturday morning, the tee is reserved from 10.40 to 12.20 for foursomes on the Castle Course, followed by an evening ...
What's on this weekend
This year's writer's weekend takes place in Doolin Hotel. It is packed with workshops for poetry, songwriting, getting published and sports writing as well as talks and seminars by writers Colette Caddle, Terri Hooley, Peter Sheridan and Eddie Stack ...
Travel Editor's Blog: Where to get fat in France, and other European tips
Favourite Irish pub: Gus O'Connor's in Doolin, which looks like something out of Lord of the Rings. Great music and Irish camaraderie in a perfect little town. Best place to get fat: The Dordogne region of France, east of Bordeaux, features tons of ...
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