Doolin Dúlainn

On the way to Doolin Pier (where ferrys to the Aran Islands depart), the road passes the rustic village of Doolin, which is popular amongst tourists, for its cosy cafés, vivid pubs and its beautiful, traditional Irish music. Especially during summer, life can get really busy here.
But also the nature around Doolin makes it worth a visit: at some parts, the stone slabs of the Burren reach as far as to the water and the cliffs of Moher are just a short drive away.

Directions

The Wild Atlantic Way passes trough Doolin.

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Accommodation

Wild Atlantic Way section

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