The quaint and charming seaboard town of Doolin sits on west coast of Ireland in the middle of the Wild Atlantic Way. Doolin is known for its traditional Irish music heritage and its love for storytelling whereas the County Clare is best known for its dramatic and extreme coastal landscapes. From the Cliffs of Moher to the extreme moon-surface appearance of the Burren, traveling here is definitely a lifetime experience not to be missed.
The Burren is a geological phenomenon created by ancient glacial activity. The limestone “pavement” covers about 97 square miles of the County Clare, from the west coast of Ireland extending inland. It maintains its own geological ecosystem of plants, water, and wildlife. In 1991, parts of the Burren were named Ireland’s 5th National Park.