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Lahinch is in County Clare and a busy seaside resort on the Atlantic west coast and also a popular destination for surfers. The town is based approximately 10 kilometers (6 miles) south of the world-famous Cliffs of Moher.

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Cliffs of Moher and Aran Islands Cruises has a daily direct passenger ferry from Doolin Pier, Co. Clare to the Aran Islands and they also do sightseeing tours to view the Cliffs of Moher from sea level.

Cliffs of Moher located in County Clare - One of Ireland's Biggest and Most Visited Tourist Attraction. The Cliffs of Moher are 230 meters in height and tower over the Atlantic Ocean.


Golfing & Surfing, with excellent breaks for experienced surfers on the left side of the beach (in front of the surf Shops) or learn to surf with the well organised and fun surf schools which are dotted throughout the town.



  • O'Looneys Bar & Restaurant[1], Popular restaurant and pub situated on the Promenade
  • Vaughans Anchor Inn[2], Traditional Irish Restaurant located at Main St, Liscannor, close to the tourist town of Lahinch.
  • Holywell La Taverna, Church Street



  • Vaughans Anchor Inn B&B[3], Bed and Breakfast located at Main St, Liscannor, close to the seaside town of Lahinch.
  • Castleview Lodge B&B[4], Bed and Breakfast. A short walk from the beach and centre of town.

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