There is no shortage of things to do here from outdoor pursuits to fireside music sessions. There are also new activities, shops, and cafes popping up all the time so you are spoiled for choice. We’ve picked out the Top 5 things to do in Doolin to give you a head start.
Aran Islands Ferry
Take a day trip to the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher Cruise.
See one of Europe’s great Stalactite.
Join the talented Christy Barry and Sheila Quinn for a wonderful night of traditional Irish music, art, and canopies by the their fireside.
Cliffs of Moher Coastal Walk
Walk from the village to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre, or all the way to Hags Head in Liscannor
Enjoy day retreats, sessions at the pier or even on zoom.
Writers Week at Hotel Doolin
Something different for the literary lovers including yoga and cliff walking workshops.
Gus O’Connor’s Pub
Legendary music sessions, delicious Irish food and a warm welcome! Located on Fisher St., its an atmospheric pub with traditional Irish foods for breakfast, lunch & dinner.
Make sure to check out their outdoor seating located beside Aille River, great music food and service.
This lively spacious pub has the food, the craic and the famous irish hospitality.
O’Brien’s Craft Shop
Stop into to Fisher Street and shop for some local Irish Crafts.
The Sweater Shop
The charming pink cottage is a well known picturesque point on fisher street. Filled with knitwear, jewellery, and other unique items. @Thesweatershop on Facebook
Shop for some of the best goods from Irish Artisans produced locally and across the country.
Village Crafts & Knitwear
Located on Fisher Street, there is much to see in the village crafts & knitwear. From crafts to candles and paintings to pottery!
Clare Jam Shop
Great little shop with an incredible selection of jams, marmalade, mustard and chutneys.
Cheese Press Doolin
Grab an amazing cuppa with locally sourced coffee from Anam Coffee, baked goods, or specialty crafts in this amazing cafe.
Stone Cutters Kitchen Restaurant
Stonecutters Kitchen is a family run, bistro style, mid-price range, restaurant set in a 100 year old traditionally built stone cottage. The Restaurant is child friendly providing an outside play area alongside the outside seating.
The Ivy Cottage is an “old world” cottage converted into a restaurant that offers quality fresh fish of the day with chips sourced locally from neighbouring fishermen, burgers, pasta, baked goods, and more.
Fine dining Irish style- the courses at this restaurant will delight you!
Overlooking Fisher Street, Anthonys provides top class cuisine in a relaxing environment.
This is a great boat trip to see the Cliffs of Moher. The guide was very knowledgeable but was hard to hear. Would recommend this cliffs of moher cruise.
Went on a trip to the cliffs of moher and Inis Oírr thís week. Enjoyed it immensely. The staff at the office were so friendly and helpful especially Liam...
An absolute gem of a service, staffed by the most friendly, helpful crew. Add in reasonable fares to the Aran Islands and on the Cliffs of Moher tour, and...