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The best source for hiking maps outside Ennis.
Sells gear from a dramatic surfside location.
Contains are very useful ATM in a region short on cash machines.
In the passage to the Cascades by Byrne's, this downstairs arts and crafts gallery has an enticing collection of Celtic-themed paintings and lithographic prints from the artist owners.
For self-catering, the well-stocked Doolin Deli is just down from O’Connor’s pub in Fisherstreet on the road to the pier.
All things related to trad music can be found here including CDs by many local musicians.
Renowned local leather maker.
This factory exports fine woollen garments to some of the world's most exclusive shops. You can buy the same sweaters here; call before visiting.
Run by the affable Gerry and a delight to explore, this lovely two-floor bookshop bursts with new and second-hand literature across all genres from poetry to sci-fi and travel (aloft)...
Large local branch of 100-year-old Limerick store.
Excellent independent general bookshop with a strong kids section.
Good selection of newspapers. Also sells Ordnance Survey maps.
A must-stop for Irish music, with instruments, musical paraphernalia and general info about the local scene.
This airy gallery and cafe/wine bar has a range of art and glass works by Irish artists for sale, plus photographs and books on the region. You can also find work by local knitting legend Antoinette Hensey...
This eclectic shop at the main crossroads shows the iconic Man of Aran five times daily in its tiny 24-seat theatre. It also has wi-fi (free with purchase) and a fine little coffee bar.
Visit Mary O’Flaherty for heavy, hand-knitted Aran sweaters. Chances are you’ll see Mary knitting when you call in. Expect to pay around €100 for a genuine hand-knitted sweater.
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