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Lahinch : activities and sites to visit

Lahinch Golf Club

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If surfing is not too much part of your leisure time and you pass through Lahinch, then there is...

Dough castle

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Dough castle is an ancient ruined castle located in Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland. A place full of history and authenticity!

What to expect?

Lahinch is a village in County Clare in the Republic of Ireland, famous for its surfing spots as well as its golf course the “Lahinch Golf Club”. Situated on Liscannor Bay, this village is a very popular seaside resort, particularly appreciated for its fine sandy beaches.

Visit Lahinch


The city centre of Lahinch, is typical of Irish seaside resorts. Very crowded in summer (the city is almost uninhabitable at this time, so much the site is touristic), and almost deserted in winter, the corner abounds in possibilities for food and accommodation.

You will be offered dishes based on fresh fish, just fished off the coast of Lahinch, seafood, as well as typical Irish specialties such as the Irish Stew, or the Guinness Bar!

Don’t miss their Pubs, which offer lively Irish music sessions almost daily. These are great places to relax with friends over a drink!

Lahinch, the Irish capital of golf and surfing

Most tourists come to Lahinch to enjoy the beaches or to tease the club on one of Ireland’s finest golf courses. So you can’t get bored in Lahinch!

Surfers come from all over the world to test Lahinch’s spots, enjoying the long, but currentless waves of its beaches… There are many reefs and bars, and you will have the opportunity to exchange with other surfing enthusiasts, as well as with local clubs, which rent wetsuits and boards to tourists all year round. The village even offers initiations, so you don’t have to go on your own on the Irish waves!