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is a busy seaside town with excellent shops, restaurants and art galleries. The wonderful beach and promenade are full of atmosphere and fun during the summer months. It is also perfect for those who like a revitalising walk, for swimmers and for surfers. Lahinch also hosts two golf links courses, the Links Course and the Castle Course.
Services: Pubs, Shops, Restaurant, Post Office, Bus stop, ATM, Surf schools and shops, Public toilets
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is the gateway to the Cliffs of Mohers with a scenic fishing harbour.
Services: Pubs, Shops, Restaurant, Post Office, Harbour
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The cliffs are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland, visited by over a million tourists each year. But you can get away from the crowds on a boat from Doolin and enjoy the spectacular sight from the sea. An exciting walking track leads along the 120 - 200m high cliff edges between Liscannor & Doolin. If you walk to the Cliffs and if you only want to visit without using any of the facilities, you don't have to pay entrance fees!
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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