Things to do in Miltown Malbay
Spanish Point Golf Club, 9 hole course (065) 7084198
Click here to visit website: www.spanishpointgolfing.com
White Water Surf School:
Call Pat 086 8625564
Click here to visit website: www.whitewatersurfco.com
Visit Miltown GAA website here miltownstjosephsgaa.com
Check www.clare.gaa.ie for local fixtures
Oidhreacht an Chláir:
OaC - the archive of traditional Music
Click on the link to visit website where you will find more details - www.oac.ie
Spanish Point Flying Club:
If you have a licence, why not contact us? (086) 8722934
A great place to entertain the little ones. They are sure to have a blast.
Located In SuperValu Car Park.
Beautiful Local Beaches
Spanish Point Beach:
To walk along Spanish Point beach in the warm Irish sunshine isn't far short of wonderful. You might just see a pod of dolphins offshore. Visit www.visitspansihpoint.ie for more information.
A small sandy beach with a rocky shoreline with gorgeous walks around the headland. It is popular for families and for watersports such as swimming, kite surfing, kayaking and other sports including fishing.
Lifeguards on duty at both beaches during the Summer months.
Tides: Tides are published in the daily newspaper or can be found in the tourist office in Miltown Malbay.
Various Summer Camps: Water Safety, Rugby, Lifesaving, GAA, Surfing - check dates locally
Top things to do in the surrounding area
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The magnificent Cliffs of Moher top the list of places to see and things to do in Ireland, and are Ireland's most visited tourist attraction.
The Burren is a region of County Clare in the southwest of Ireland. It’s a karst landscape that incorporates a vast cracked pavement of glacial-era limestone, cliffs and caves, fossils, rock formations and archaeological sites.
Bunratty Castle is a large 15th-century tower house in County Clare, Ireland. It is located in the centre of Bunratty village, by the N18 road between Limerick and Ennis, near Shannon Town and its airport.
Aillwee Cave is a cave in the karst landscape of the Burren in County Clare, Ireland. The name Aillwee is derived from the Irish Aill Bhuí which means "yellow cliff".
Explore the traditions and dwellings of the Crannog people, wander in the woods and see the goats, soy sheep and wild boar. Don’t forget to visit the Brendan Boat’ – a leather hulled boat built by Tim Severin who sailed across the Atlantic re-enacting the voyage of St. Brendan.
Take a fully guided tour to see one of the world's most compelling cave attractions, the Great Stalactite, at Doolin Cave.
Poulnabrone dolmen is a portal tomb in the Burren, County Clare, Ireland, dating back to the Neolithic period, probably between 4200 BC and 2900 BC.
Loop Head, is a headland on the north side of the mouth of the River Shannon, in County Clare in the west of Ireland. Loop Head is marked by a prominent lighthouse.
Designed by two-time British Open Champion Greg Norman, the world renowned 18-hole championship, Doonbeg golf links course at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel™ Ireland (formerly the Doonbeg Golf Club), spans 1.5 miles of crescent shaped beach and century old sand dunes along Doughmore Bay.