Explore Doolin Cave
Take a fully guided tour to one of Irelands best kept secrets in Doolin Cave. Located in the Burren, County Clare Doolin Cave is Irelands only cave that is directly on the route of Irelands Wild Atlantic Way and it is a must see visitor attraction along this touring route.
Doolin Cave Tour
Take a 45minute, fully guided, adventure over 80metres underground to see one of the worlds greatest wonders of nature, the great stalactite. From the moment you join your tour guide you will feel like an exploer, donning a hard-hard and following the rough hewn route of JM Dickenson and Brian Varley who discovered the cave in 1952. It is a rare opportunity to see and learn about how our world looked from 350million years ago to the present day. You will also learn about how the Burren region was formed. Have a look at Doolin Cave tripadvisor page to see what our visitors have to say.
Doolin Cave Farmland Nature Trail
Take your adventure from underground to above-ground on our charming farmland nature trail. The farmland nature trail is free to all cave visitors. The trail takes a 1km looped walk around the outside of the cave setting. There are rare and indigenous Flora and Animals on the Trail and you can see the original cave entrance set in a magical glade. Our friendly pygmy goats, Minnie and Vinnie,love meeting visitors and making you laugh with their comical antics. It is ideal for families.
Food and Shopping
If you are searching for a nice place to eat in Doolin look no further than the Doolin Cave Café. The café serves light lunches and homemade cakes and breads. There is also a Shop in the visitors centre at Doolin Cave that sells handmade Doolin Cave pottery and locally crafted gifts and art. Alternatively, you can shop online at the Doolin Cave Pottery website where you can browse the full collection of pieces on offer by potter, Caireann Browne.