Doolin Cave

Doolin, County Clare

A show cave located near Doolin, County Clare

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Doolin Cave is one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. From the moment you descend over 80ft into the first tunnel, with your guide, you will enter a world carved by water. Donning your hardhat, you will follow the rough-hewn route of the early explorers who first discovered the cave. When you enter the stunning, cathedral-like dome that houses the huge stalactite, you will be briefly plunged into a world of primitive darkness. Then, in a flash, you will be awed as the subtly-lit stalactite appears before you. And, far below, a magical stream carries to the hills outside, the water that carved the primeval world around you.


Directions to Doolin Cave - Doolin

Located near Doolin. Doolin Cave is located 15 minutes drive from the Cliffs of Moher and 5 minutes from Doolin on the R479 (Doolin to Fanore Road)

Sat Nav: 53.041901,-9.345000

* Pictures; courtesy of photographic unit of the department of environment, heritage and local government.

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