Doolin, Co. Clare

Doolin is a small village with a big heart, located on the West coast of Ireland, in County Clare. Nestled between the famous Cliffs of Moher and the rugged landscape of the Burren, Doolin is one of Ireland’s best loved destinations and has been welcoming visitors from home and abroad for many years.

An ideal base to discover the Burren region and the Aran Islands, Doolin has a lot to offer with activities to suit everyone. 

Hear The Sounds

The Home of Irish Music

Doolin has been known as a “mecca” for lovers of Irish traditional music since the late 60s, with a rich local folklore and a warm welcome for musicians.

Sessions take place nightly in McGann’s Pub and throughout the village, with the Russell Memorial Weekend in February being one of the highlights of the year for listeners and musicians alike.


Breathtaking Landscapes

The Cliffs of Moher are probably Ireland’s most famous natural wonder, but there is a lot more to discover in Doolin.

Doolin Cave hosts the world’s 3rd largest stalactite and is a true wonder. The Burren National Park lies on Doolin’s doorstep with its unforgettable landscapes and archeological sites.

You can also hop on a ferry to visit the Aran Islands from Doolin Pier, and immerse yourself in the beauty of these magical islands.