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Package entertainment for the entire family is what the Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre has to offer. It offers facilities like an aquarium, swimming pools, gymnasium, a kid's play area, tanning zones and so on. The in-house cafe caters to the food requirements of its visitors.
Take a break from your regular city life and enjoy a relaxing holiday at Doolin. Situated in the coastal region of Ireland, this town is known for its scenic beauty. Do not miss visiting the Doolin Cave as you tour this place. This cave is listed as one of the longest Stalactite in the world. In addition to the cave, Doolin is popular for sports, especially surfing and rock climbing. Doolin is a popular tourist destination and houses many hotels, restaurants and bars for your enjoyment.
These three islands lie across the mouth of Galway Bay, about 30 miles out to sea. The Aran Islands consist of Inishmaan, Inisheer and the largest, Inishmore. These are Irish-speaking islands where old traditions still exist. Some modernizations have taken root, although many practices remain including Currach racing, fishing and the knitting of distinctive hand-made sweaters or "ganseys". You can take a ferry or light aircraft. Enquiries can be made at the tourist office in Galway's city center, and you can leave your vehicle at the Foster Street carpark when visiting the Islands.
Located in Doolin, Doolin cave is also known as Pol an Ionain and is one of the most popular tourist spots of the region. Pok an Ionain is an ancient cave found only in 1952 by Brian Varley and J. M. Dickenson. This cave boasts of featuring one of the longest stalactite formations in world measuring more than 7 meters (23 feet). Being a popular tourist destination, this cave is known for its informative walking and nature trails.
Located near the coastal region of County Clare, Ailladie is a popular tourist destination of Ireland. This region is blessed with scenic views and is a famous spot for photography. With its magnificent coastal stretch, Ailladie is known for its beautiful beach and fishing activities. In addition to this, Ailladie features steep slopes of lime-stones and is a famous destination for rock climbing. Take a break from your city life and rejuvenate yourself by camping in the beautiful region of Ailladie.
Located in Leamaneh, Leamaneh Castle dates back to 16th Century. This property consists of a tower and a luxurious villa. Originally, there stood a manor of Máire ní Mahon, which was later destroyed and rebuilt as a luxurious four storied house. This mansion housed many noble and commoners throughout the centuries and was left in a state of ruins in the 1700s. Now, this property is privately owned and mainly used for farming. Due to its historic background, the Leamaneh Castle has been listed as a cultural heritage of Ireland and holds interest of the culture and history enthusiasts.