Ferienhaus Doolin Clare Irland

Activities in the West of Co.Clare Ireland

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Things to do in the west of Clare

  • Golfing [more...]
  • Watersports [more...]
  • Walking, Hiking, Cycling [more...]
  • Traditional music sessions
    West Clare is the heart of traditional Irish music and dance. The pubs in Doolin & Lisdoonvarna feature live sessions on many evenings throughout the year, traditional music festivals take place in the Clare area on nearly each weekend in the summer. [more...]
  • Wildlife, dolphin & bird watching [more...]
  • Sightseeing:
  • Ennis (Glor Irish Music Centre, Friary), 30 mins.
  • Dysert O'Dea, (Abbey, High Cross, Castle), 35 mins.
  • Corofin (Clare Heritage Centre), 30 mins.
  • Kilfenora (Cathedral, High Crosses, Burren display Centre), 20 mins.
  • Quin Abbey (Franciscan abbey), 10 mins. from Ennis
  • Craggaunowen Prehistoric Outdoor museum, (20 mins. from Ennis
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  • Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, (20 mins. from Ennis)
  • Lough Derg (30 mins. from Ennis)

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Activities and leisure options are extensive! All of them can be enjoyed against the many dramatic natural backdrops in the area. But also those who are not so eager to engage in the many activities available will enjoy the peace and tranquility and contemplate the view from the house.

The Burren

Walking and Cycling

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 signposted long distance walking trail between Lahinch, Ballyvaughan and the Burren National Park. The Doolin/Cliffs of Moher walk is an exciting way to experience the Cliffs of Moher. The quiet backroads of North Clare are perfect for cycling! Several cycle loops are established in the region, bicycles can be rented in Doolin and Kilfenora.

The flowers of the Burren

Discovering the Flora

The Burren offer an abundant diversity of flowers and plants, never planted by man. Many of these are botanists delight. Among the most exotic and unexpected is the Mountain Aven, whose main habitat is northern Scandinavia and the Spring Gentian, whose natural home is in the slopes of the Alps. A near neighbour is the Maidenhair Fern, a stranger from the Mediterranean cosily nurtured in the sparse damp soil in the warm shelter of the fissures. A guided walking tour will introduce you to the unique flora and fauna in the Burren.[more...]


Birdwatchers from near and far flock to the West of County Clare which has an international reputation for the numbers of rare species that pass through these parts. The Cliffs of Moher offer excellent views of breeding seabirds such as kittiwakes, puffins, razorbills, fulmars and guillemots. Further along the west coast, Ballyvaughan Bay is good for wildfowl, waders, divers, ringed plover, oystercatcher and terns!

Golfing in Lahinch

Golfing on the West Coast of Ireland

Golfers can enjoy the proximity of nearby courses like the Links in Lahinch just 20 minutes away. More beautifully located courses along the West coast of County Clare can be found in Lahinch, Doonbeg, Spanish Point, Kilkee and Kilrush!

Surfing and Swimming in Lahinch

Swimming & Surfing

The beach in Lahinch (20 min. away) is famous with surfers from all over the world. It is also a great beach for swimming, as is the beach in Fanore, 25 min. along the coast to the North.

Fishing on the Atlantic Coast

have a huge choice of lakes, rivers and several spots along the coast line. Fishing trips are leaving from Doolin, Liscannor and Doonbeg. You can also fish from the pier in Doolin!