About The Wild Atlantic Lodge


  • Fishing: The gentle waters of Galway Bay are a haven for sea angling with Ballyvaughan being a local centre.

  • Walking: The Burren Way never fails to captivate visitors with its rocky limestone landscape.

  • Climbing: The Burren is one of the centres of rock climbing in Ireland.

  • Cycling: The North Clare cycle trips takes you on quiet backroads where you will see Rivers and Lakes and some Archaeological sites.

  • Cave Exploring: The caves of the Burren feature spectacular shapes, echoing chambers and winding stream canyons.

  • Kayaking: Explore the rugged coastline, including small inlets and tidal islands where you are often greeted by friendly seals and magnificent sea birds.

Situated in the heart of the magical West of Ireland, along the Wild Atlantic Way route, County Clare is renowned for its exceptional beauty, activity and history, as well as for its wealth of great visitor attractions and entertainment.

The Wild Atlantic Lodge is ideally located in the Heart of The Burren: It is your perfect holiday getaway for days filled with adventure and exploring! We recommend you to discover nature’s rarest secrets and the vibrant life of Ireland’s most unique landscape by visiting the Burren and Cliffs Of Moher Geopark.

World renowned scenery, 53 Blue Flag Beaches, 120 Golf Courses, 500+ Attractions, 1500+ Activities, 2000 + Places to Stay… Walking, cycling, rock climbing, and a host of watersports such as kayaking, fishing and surfing, which are just a few of the activities available for your enjoyment.

You can also take in the vibrant art and craft scene, and try the local and seasonal produce at the well known Ballyvaughan’s Farmers Market, or explore the surrounding villages of Doolin and Lisdoonvarna.

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