This neat and tidy seaside site is located just one kilometre from the cliffs of Moher, and a short ferry ride from the sparsely populated Aran Islands. The nearby village of Doolin, famed for its traditional music, has a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs. The four-hectare site, which enjoys spectacular views over the bay to Conemara, has 99 pitches, including 76 level hardstandings (all with 10A electricity, and 21 also with water and drainage) and grass pitches for tents. They are not separated by hedges, but the site is divided into bays by limestone walls. Three new camping pods are available for hire. There is excellent WiFi coverage over the whole site.
Walkers and nature lovers will be in their element among the rare species of flowers and insects found in this limestone region known as the Burren. Doolin itself is home to a number of traditional pubs with lively, impromptu music sessions featuring musicians from Ireland and overseas. A complete contrast is offered by the many signposted coastal walks along the eight-kilometre headland, with its panoramic views towards the Aran Islands, just 20 minutes away by high speed ferry.