The Cliffs of Moher begin their rise toa height of 700 feet at Doolin. There is a visitor's Centre andwalkway at the cliffs highest point, about four miles from Doolin.
Just an easy walk behind Seascape B&B are the Killilagh Church ruins from the 15th Century. It's an excellent place to take in the spectacular view of the countryside, or a sunset.
If you walk to the very end of our road and accross another 50 metres of craggy landscape, you'll find Teergoneen Court Tomb, dating from about 3800 BC.
The Burren Way is a linear walkingroute that begins in Liscannor Village, bypasses the famousCliffs of Moher, continues on through Doolin and on through theBurren region, ending in Ballyvaughan. Hikers can walk all orpart of the route. There are many small roads and laneways in andaround Doolin for any type of walker. Some local, easily accessible landmarks:
Toomullin Church 14 C
Doonagore Castle.- unusual, private, spectacular view. Built byTeigue MacTurlough
Doolin is home to a variety of craftshops, (9 at last count). Cassette tapes and CD's, water colours,jewelry, books, knitwear, batik, and pottery are some of thecrafts on offer.
There are three pubs in Doolin;McDermott's, McGann's and O'Connor's. All three serve bar foodall day and have traditional Irish music sessions each night,April through October.
Doolin has an 18 hole Pitch and Puttcourse with fantastic views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, theCliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. There is also a Championship course in Lahinch, a 30 minute drive along the coast to the south.
Bike rental is available in Doolin atRainbow Hostel, two minutes walk from Seascape B&B.
Russell Cultural Centre; Our localcommunity centre hosts a wide variety of events throughout theyear.
The Burren region has the longestsystem of underground caves in Europe. Within 5 km of Doolinare the longest cave in Doolin, and the tallest stalactite inEurope. Ailwee Cave, 15 km from Doolin is a showcase cave withguided tours, craft and coffee shop. Other than Ailwee, thisspectacular "underworld" should only be explored by theexperienced.
The Burren Perfumery, near Carron, 20km from Doolin, produces perfume from the wild flowers of theBurren. The perfumery is well worth a visit. The road to Carronbrings you through the heart of the Burren. The landscape islunar like. The perfumery offers an audio visual show on theBurren, free of charge.
18 km from Doolin is the PoulnabroneDolmen, dating from BC. It is the largest portal dolmen in Europe.