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Doolin

Doolin or 'Fisher Street' as it was known is a great fishing village. It has long been associated with great Irish music sessions, and was home to a great traditional Irish whistle player, the late Micko Russell. The Aran Islands are located just off Doolin and offer a true Irish experience in a setting of Celtic churches of historical significance including World Heritage site Dun Aonghasa which is set on dramatic 300 ft cliff edge. Ferries to the Aran Islands depart from the new pier.
Services: Pubs, Shops, Post Office, Restaurants, Bus station, Tourist Office

What you should visit in and around Doolin

The Burren National Park, The Cliffs of Moher, Lahinch Seaworld, Aillwee Cave, Caherconnell Stone Fort, Poulnabrone Dolmen, Burren Centre Kilfenora, Clare Heritage Centre Corofin, Dysert O'Dea, Dunguaire Castle, Leamaneh Castle, Corcomroe Abbey, Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb, Noughaval, Kilfenora High Crosses
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Hotels in Doolin

Doolin HotelDoolin Hotel is Irelands first certified carbon neutral hotel. Hotel Doolin’s village streetscape consists of a boutique style hotel with 17 deluxe bedrooms, Cullinan's Guesthouse, Piper's Chair Houses, Glas Restaurant, Fitzpatrick’s Pub, Stonewall Café & Pizzeria, The Eco Wedding & Events Barn

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