300. Doolin Cave, Craggycorradan, Doolin, County Clare, Ireland
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These caves are many feet below and has an amazing history of how they were discovered. Plus it has the longest stalactite in the northern hemisphere. Trust me you want to go see this.
The Doolin Cave is located north of Ennis and south of Galway on the west coast of Ireland.
How To Get Here
There is no train service directly to the caves. But you can take Irish Rail to Limerick or Galway and then take a taxi to the area.
The closest major airport to Limerick, Ireland is Shannon Airport (SNN).
The following airlines has service to Shannon Airport (SNN):
Aer Lingus (EI), American Airlines (AA), British Airways (BA), Delta Air Lines (DL), Helvetic Airways (2L), Kuwait Airways (KU), Lufthansa German Airlines (LH), Norwegian Air Shuttle (D8), Ryanair (FR) and United Airlines (UA).
The Bus Eireann will all take you into Kilkee, then you can get a taxi to the Cave. The buses are very reliable and comfortable. Free wi-fi is available as well.
If you are already in Ireland or Europe, renting a car is a great option as you can explore on your own. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions. The ferries to Ireland do take cars so no worries there.
By Shared Ride
You can try a service like Carpool Ireland.
Where To Stay
There are many bed and breakfast in the town of Doolin. Actually there is one very close to the Cave as well.
==>> You can find a list of hotels from TripAdvisor here.
==>> Try Airbnb.
Where To Eat
There is a restaurant at the cave as well as in the nearby town of Doolin,
==>> You can find a list of restaurants from TripAdvisor here.
What To Do
See the Cave and take the walk down to the bottom. Watch your head. They do give you helmets which you do need especially if you’re tall. If you have issues with stairs it will be difficult as you have to walk down about 120 or so stairs. Then you have to walk, crouching at times to the area where the large stalactite stands.
Language Spoken: English with a lovely Irish accent and Irish.
Currency: Euros (EUR)
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