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Things to do in Lahinch

A few suggestion for things to do in Lahinch and the Clare area during your stay. Click on any photo or orange text for site link

County Clare has world class visitor attractions including castles, folk parks, show-caves, museums, water-worlds, sea-life centres, pet-farms, boat trips and much more. For more information on attractions and events in Co.Clare visit www.clare.ie

Clare Kayak Hire
White Strand is 8min from Lahinch few min from Spanish Point. Clare kayak Hire is based in the White Strand for the summer months. We also do trips from Lahinch and from the Falls Hotel ennistymon all year round.

Car Rental Shannon Airport
The Budget Car Rental desk is located within the arrivals hall at Shannon Airport. Turn right when you exit the baggage reclaim area. The Budget desk is the first desk you will see.
Our friendly staff will be delighted to offer you any needed advice and guide you to your car. Your rental car will be parked right outside the arrivals hall about 100 metres from the desk, saving you time.

Aillwee Cave and the Burren Birds of Prey Centre
The Aillwee Cave, in Ballyvaughan, with its stalactites, stalagmites, relics of bears, and a waterfall, has become one of Ireland's top attractions. Guided tours are provided. Includes a newly opened falconry, coffee shop, gift shop and shop selling locally produced foods.

Glór Theatre - Ennis
Clare's Premier Venue for Drama, Comedy and Music - Glor Theatre Ennis. Since glor opened in November 2001 hundreds of thousands of people have crossed our threshold as customers, performers, artists, tourists, conference delegates and community members.

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
One of Irelands most famous attractions. Built in 1425, Bunratty Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval castle in Ireland. Bunratty Folk Park, recreates 19th Century Ireland and includes a recreated village street.

Bens Rockclimbing Clinic
If you have never climbed before or usually climb on an indoor climbing wall, come and experience climbing in the beautiful Burren, Co. Clare. Bens Rockclimbing Clinic offers courses and one off sessions for all levels, you can climb, abseil and push your boundaries higher than you ever thought you could.

Bens Surfing Clinic
If you have never surfed before...or if you have tried other schools and found yourself a in big group getting little attention or instruction...then it is time to try something new and learn to surf the right way.

Lahinch Surf Shop
Lahinch surf shop was started in 1989. Ireland's first surf shop. Site of Ireland's first live surf web cam. Welcome to the Lahinch Surf Shop, County Clare- online store and daily surf report.

The Burren Smokehouse
Located in the spa town of Lisdoonvarna this is for those who like the finer things in life. Learn about how salmon is smoked and view the demonstration kiln. See the DVD presentation in a range of languages.

Cliffs of Moher Cruises
Sailing every day from 1st April to 31st October from Doolin pier to the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher. View the majesty of the Cliffs from sea level and experience and completely new aspect.

Caherconnell Stone Fort
Caherconnell Stone Fort, 1km south of Poulnabrone dolmen in the heart of the Burren, offers you the opportunity to visit an exceptionally well - preserved example of the stone forts or stone ringforts.

Craggaunowen
The Craggaunowen Project is where Celtic life is brought to life! The prize-winning visitor centre is dedicated to interpreting Irelands Pre-historic and early Christian eras. Exhibits range from Bronze-Age homesteads to Celtic Chieftains residences. The Brendan boat is located here.

The Doolin Cave
One of most compelling cave attractions in Europe. It is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world.

Ennistymon Famine Memorial
On the road from Ennistymon to Lahinch within sight of the original Ennistymon workhouse, this memorial commemorates the Clare victims of the Irish Potato Famine in the nineteenth century. Glor Theatre The Glor Theatre in Ennis is Clare's premier Arts and Entertainment Venue. Please use the above link to check upcoming events and shows.

The Aran Islands
There are hundreds of islands dotted along the Atlantic and on the River Shannon. Ferry/boat operators will take you to three of these islands. The Aran Islands, one of the last outposts of Gaelic civilization, are stunningly beautiful with cliffs, rugged landscapes and ancient forts. A ferry to Aran operates from Doolin in Co. Clare, the shortest crossing point, and takes less than 30 minutes.

Aran Island Ferry
On the western fringes of the Atlantic Ocean, the three Aran Islands have been standing guard over Galway Bay for centuries, fighting off invading warriors and invading seas.

Islanders today lead very modern lives, but they maintain many traditions and remain connected to the land and sea on a level to which few "mainland" people can relate. They are fiercely proud of their ancient heritage and work hard to ensure the future of their Irish-speaking community.

Come and be welcomed by the islanders to a place that has inspired poets, writers and musicians from around the world and across the millennia.


Michael Cusack Centre
Scattery Island, where St. Senan founded a monastic settlement in the 6th century, is off the Clare coast. A 20 minute boat ride out of Kilrush will take you to this fascinating island. There is hardly a person in Ireland who has not heard of the Gaelic Athletic Association, GAA. The original homestead has been fully restored and a contemporary visitor centre developed nearby.

 

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Restaurants - Lahinch
Aberdeen Arms - Station road
Barrtra Seafood - Barrtra
Black Oak - Rineen
Golf Club - Liscannor Road
Indian & Tandoori - Church street
The Sea Farer - Kettle Street
Spinnaker - Marine Parade
Fickey Stingers - Marine Parade
Shamrock Inn Hotel - Main street
Atlantic Hotel - Main Street


Pubs
Cooley House - Ennistymon
Mrs. O'Brien's Kitchen - Main Street
Galvins - Church Street
Kenny's - Main Street
The 19th - Main Street
Flanagans - Main Street
Atlantic - Main Street
Shamrock Inn - Main Street
Spinnaker - Marine Parade
Claremont - Main Street
Aberdeen Arms - Church Street
Frawleys - Kettle Street
Cornerstone - Main Street
Ocean View - Cregg
O'Looney's - Marine Parade