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Lahinch Beach

Lahinch, Clare

A two km beach of fine sand facing the open Atlantic ocean. It is a large crescent-shaped beach that is very popular with both surfers and swimmers, and is zoned for those activities. It is also close to the Burren area with its unique limestone landscape.

Beach Type

Sand

Facilities

Lahinch is a popular resort town with many restaurants and accommodations
Toilets available for wheelchair users

Activities

Swimming
Surfing
Cliffs of Moher are a short drive away

Nature and Wildlife

Fabulous beach to walk.

Water Quality

Not Tested

Lifeguard

Yes

Cleaning and Litter

Beach is cleaned regularly.

Dogs

Dogs required to be on a leash and dog fouling removed. No dogs allowed between 10 and 6pm.

Tourist Information

www.lahinch.net. www.lahinch.org. Phone: 353 61 361555

Location

Nearest town: Lahinch
County: Clare
Latitude/Longitude: 52.932, -9.34937

Access

To reach the beach from Ennistymon take the N67 for 3km.

Public Transport

Bus service from Ennis. Limerick and Galway available.

Parking

Parking available.

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in Lahinch