Displaying items by tag: Cliffs of Moher

Thursday, 08 August 2019 10:37

Camping

Great hostel in centre of Doolin. We had great weather and decided to camp. Hiked along the cliffs of moher walk. ( option to get shuttle bus back if needed untill early evening about 6 pm i think? )
Very cosy and friendly hostel free wifi. Free clothes washing. Kitchen clean and well stocked with utensils. Also free coffee and tea.

Published in Camping Reviews
Thursday, 04 July 2019 11:48

It was glamping at its finest

The tipi was a perfect place to stay. It was a beautiful outdoor space with all of the hostel amenities. It was glamping at its finest. Our hostess was amazingly kind and gave us the suggestion to walk to the Cliffs of Moher. It was an hour and a half or more walk, and it was stunning the whole way! I would definitely recommend this experience!

Published in Camping Reviews
Friday, 12 July 2019 11:34

Cozy Tipi Tent

Stayed 2 nights in the cozy Tipi tent, which was a really nice experience. Lots of space and comfort. Everything was as described, lovely staff.

Published in Camping Reviews
Friday, 26 May 2017 16:43

Hiking in the Burren

Hillwalk Tours offer self-guided, multi-day hikes along the Burren Way, which passes through Doolin.

 http://www.hillwalktours.com/hiking-ireland/burren-way-overview

Published in Activities
Monday, 23 June 2014 13:03

Pony Trekking

Pony trekking is available in Doolin and nearby Ennistymon. Trails rides vary from an hour to the day, offering a unique perspective in exploring the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. There is a horse riding centre 3 miles Doolin called mountainview horseriding centre that offers trips into the Burren, up mountains, and down to the beach. http://www.mountainviewtrekking.com/

 

Published in Activities
Monday, 23 June 2014 13:02

Surfing

Doolin and its surrounding areas are now rated as some of the top places to surf in Europe. There are two right-hand reef breaks - Doolin Point and Crab Island, both within twenty minuts walk from the hostel, but be warned, these aren't for the uninitiated! Recently, a 40 foot wave was 'discovered' between Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher. Named Aileens after it's location Aill na Searach (meaning 'leap of the foals', after the legend of seven fairy horses who met their fate at the spot), it's a tow-in wave for experts only. There are a number of good beach breaks close by in Lahinch, Fanore and Spanish Point.

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