Doolin Pier, Doolin, Co Clare
Doolin2Aran Ferries provides daily, fast, efficient and reliable ferry services to each of the ARAN ISLANDS and sight-seeing CRUISES along the CLIFFS OF MOHER. Every day from APRIL to OCTOBER, we sail from Doolin to INIS MÓR, INIS MEÁIN and INIS OÍRR. Each island offers visitors plenty to see and do during their stay including ancient sites, beautiful beaches, guided tours, Bike hire, shopping, pubs and cafes. We’d be delighted to have you on board!
Fisherstreet, Doolin, Co Clare
Doolin Cliff Walk provides a guided walk from Fisherstreet in the Doolin Village of County Clare, along the sea cliffs leading to the Cliffs of Moher. The walk will be guided by local historian and farmer, Pat Sweeney who will follow a trail route along the coast and above the Doolin cliffs. With the green fields of cows and sheep on the local farms on one side and the pounding waves of the Atlantic Ocean on the other, this is a unique way to experience the stunning views and breath-taking rural...
Kilkee, Co Clare
This pier is situated about a half a kilometer to the east of the village. Ideal fishing includes bottom fishing for dogfish dab and flounder using fishbait crab and lugworm. Spinning and float fishing occurs here aswell producing wrasse and pollack.
West Clare, Co Clare
The Doonbeg River is located in West Co.Clare. The river rises near the Kilmihil/Kilmaley border and flows southward for approx 7 miles and then turns northwest and continues for approx 15 miles through Cooraclare before entering the sea at Doonbeg.