Crashing seas. Sheer drops. Huge black cliffs... Harry Potter meets the Cliffs of Moher
Big-wave surfers show no limits with one of the world’s most terrifying waves...
Located just minutes from the centre of Doolin village, County Clare, Roadford Restaurant is run by a husband and wife...
The Clare Jam Company produces traditionally handmade preserves at their premises at The Clare Jam Shop on the Burren...
Sail to the Cliffs of Moher from Doolin pier, in Co Clare. Enjoy a one hour Cliffs of Moher cruise.
The original and the BEST! This route was established by Bill O Brien in 1970. Today with his son Liam and crew of...
Located in County Clare, the Doolin Crafts Gallery is a lovely shop with products made in Ireland, including sweaters,...
Doolin Park and Ride is a secure Car Park and Shuttle Bus Service for the Cliffs of Moher Coastal Walk and Doolin Pier.Daily...
e-whizz offers electric bike tours and hire in the Burren and Connemara. They are based in Kilfenora, near Ennistymon,...
Take a fully guided tour to see one of the world’s most compelling cave attractions, the Great Stalactite, at Doolin...
€162.50 Per night (maximum 2 adults sharing)
€845 per person sharing
From €239 per room per night
€20 per adult
£795 per week
£3 pp & 10% discount on Broighter Gold sales on the day
from £65 per person sharing
£550 per week - sleeps 6
From £375 for seven night stay
From £525 for 3 nights
From: €220 Total Stay
Based on 4 People Sharing for 1 night
€21.60 per adult
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