Lahinch, Co Clare
The Castle Course is located just opposite the Old Course and although it is not as tough as the Old Course nevertheless it still presents a challenge with cleverly positioned bunkers and water hazards making it an enjoyable expeirence. The Castle Course from time to time hosts golfing events.
Lahinch, Co Clare
Lahinch Golf Club Old Course was established in 1892 and it looks out across the Atlantic Ocean and is quite a challenge on a windy day. Often refered as the Saint Andrews of Ireland it has a multitude of challenging golf holes. It hosts the South of Ireland Amateur Golf Championship annually.
The Promenade, Lahinch, Co Clare
Come to Lahinch Seaworld & Leisure Centre for an action-packed fun-filled day for all of the family! Explore the world beneath the waves and discover the awesome wealth of the Atlantic Ocean in a thrilling and dramatic way. From catfish, dogfish, and conger eels, to crustaceans like spider crabs, and lobsters, invertebrates like octupus and starfish, to beautiful tropical species such as clownfish, regal tangs, kuda seahorses, emerald crabs and turtles!
Main Street, Lahinch, Co Clare
Lahinch Surf School is based at the beach hut on Lahinch promenade on the west coast of Ireland and provides a safe relaxed and affordable introduction to the exhilarating sport of surfing.
Lakeside Hotel, Lough Derg, Killaloe, Co Clare
Relax and unwind in our Leisure Complex with the most up to date exercise equipment and first class leisure facilities. The gym at the Lakeside Hotel & Leisure Centre hosts a complete range of cardiovascular equipment, many with their own integrated entertainment systems. We have qualified gym instructors on hand who will be happy to design a fitness programme to suit individual needs. Why not relax in our sauna or steam room – perfect to ease tired muscles, promote relaxation and alleviate ...