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Things To Do

Golfing | Fishing | Walking | The Burren Way


Gort Golf Club

Designed by Ryder Cup star, Christy O' Connor Junior, and officially opened in August 1996, Gort Golf Club is an 18 Hole Championship Golf Course, set in 160 acres of picturesque parkland on the edge of the world famous Burren and within 200 yards of the historic monastic settlement of Kilmacduagh.
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Lahinch Golf Club

Lahinch Golf Club is frequently referred to as “the St. Andrew’s of Ireland” because of its close proximity and interaction with the local village. The links is situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The combination of bracing air and wind from the sea is one of the enduring attractions for golfers who challenge their skills on this magnificent championship course.
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Doonbeg Golf Club

The Lodge at Doonbeg Golf Club, located on the stunning south west coast of Ireland, only 45 minutes from Shannon International Airport, is Ireland's new premier 5 star golf and spa resort destination. Doonbeg Golf Club combines the spectacular Greg Norman-designed golf course, picturesque Irish coastal location, and impeccable service to offer their Members and guests the ultimate links experience.
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The Clare coast line is famous for it's shore angling for pollock, bass and mackerel. The gentle waters of Galway Bay are a haven for sea angling with Ballyvaughan being a local centre, whilst boats can be chartered from Liscannor Bay and Miltown Malbay. Deep sea angling can be arranged for Bass, Bream, Black Coalfish, Brill, Cod, Conger Eel, Dab, Dogfish, Flounder, JohnDory, Ling, Mackerel, Mullet, Plaice, Pollack, Ray, Sole, Tope, Whiting, Wrasse.


There is nothing more refreshing and invigorating than a walk along the ocean, with the winds sweeping in from the Atlantic. Spanish Point beach is 1/2 km long, whilst the entire Clare coastline is dotted with safe and sandy beaches. Burren Hill Walks provide guided walking tours through the Burren Region of County Clare in Ireland.

The Burren Way

The Burren Way never fails to captivate its visitors. The jagged terrain of this uniquely beautiful part of Ireland and the majestic Cliffs of Moher (views to the Aran Islands) are two of the delights of this wonderful ramble amongst hills and turloughs.
The Route: Ballyvaughan, Ballinalackan, Doolin, Lahinch. Distance: 45 km/28 miles