- A townland in the Civil Parish of Killilagh, in the Barony of Corcomroe, County Clare
- A Village in County Clare
Townland of Doolin
- The area known as Doolin (Dúlainn) is really the parish of KILLEILAGH or the ancient territory of "Tuath Clae". It belonged to a distinct branch of the O’Briens, called Glae (or Clae) after the name of their lands.
- Doolin borders the following other townlands:
- Ballyvara to the east
- Doonmacfelim to the west
- Teergonean to the east
Village of Doolin
|Fisher Street in Doolin early in the morning.|
- Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, boasting some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland and with a colourful and welcoming village ready to host you on your stay, Doolin has something for everyone.
- Located on the edge of the historic Burren in northwest county Clare, and within easy reach of the majestic Cliffs of Moher and the unique Aran Islands. Doolin’s dramatic landscape cannot easily be forgotten.
- Search Griffith's Valuation (1847-1864) for Doolin
- Search the 1901 Irish Census for Doolin
- Search the 1911 Irish Census for Doolin
- ↑ [http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/places/doolin.htm Clare Library}, accessed 16 Dec 2016.
- ↑ Doolin Townland, Co. Clare
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