Things To Do

There Is No Shortage Of Things To Do

Golfing

Lahinch Championship Golf Course

Since its foundation in 1894 Lahinch is regarded as one of the world’s finest links golf courses. Overlooking the wild Atlantic ocean and subject to her ever-changing weather, it is frequently referred to as the ‘Saint Andrews of Ireland'. It has an abundance of exceptional golf holes, where the natural terrain is utilized to optimum advantage.

Designed by old Tom Morris many of the great names have played here: The great Payne Stewart, Phil Mickelson, Tom Watson, Padraig Harrington, Greg Norman, Darren Clarke, Paul McGinley & Shane Lowry.

The castle course although a less formidable challenge, still presents its own brand of toughness and cleverly positioned bunkers and water hazards to trap the unsuspecting golfer.

Surf Schools in Lahinch

Lahinchsurfexperience

Lahinchsurfschool

Benssurfclinic

Ollies surf academy

The Green Room

Oceanscene

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It is not surprising that surfers flock to this part of the Wild Atlantic Way throughout the seaons...the Clare coastline  with it’s  rippling wave, ocean swells and beautiful beaches. Choose from the nestled sheltered location of Spanish point,  Lahinch or if you're brave enough tackle the famous Aileens Wave at the Cliffs of Moher. Lahinch beach is a 1.6km sandy beach located on Liscannor bay. Throughout the year the surf schools are a hive of activity.

Hiking

  A wonderful place to explore on foot

 Explore the 20km coastal walking trail along one of the most outstanding landscapes of Ireland. From Liscannor and Hags Head in the south, along by the majestic Cliffs of Moher and to Doolin in the North, with views over Aill Na Searrach, the Aran Islands and Galway Bay. The trail follows the line of the cliffs and passes through the grounds of the visitor centre.

The Burren Way is a 123km walking route that takes in the best of what the Burren area has to offer, from the coast at Doolin to majestic wild-flower-decorated limestone terraces and from the remains left by the Neolithic inhabitants of the Burren to the rich heritage of early Christian churches and sites. The long views from the top of Mullaghmore, one of the easternmost Burren hills, are particularly spectacular in good weather. Terrain consists mainly of quiet tarmac roads, old green roads, ancient cattle- droving roads, paths and forestry tracks, but there are also some stretches on busy roads. There are a few short steep climbs involved. Shannon Region Trails