Spanish Point is a village in the parish of Milltown Malbay in County Clare, Ireland, situated on the west coast of Ireland. The town is home to many holiday homes, and during the winter has a significantly smaller population. It is also one of the better surf breaks in County Clare. The name refers to the wrecking of some ships of the Spanish Armada off the coast.
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Spanish Point, Milltown Malbay, Co. Clare
With a spectacular setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in West Clare, the award-winning Armada Hotel offers free parking, free WiFi and fine dining. Lahinch and Doonbeg Golf Courses are 10 minutes' drive away.
Spanish Point, Lahinch, Co. Clare
Overlooking the Atlantic on top of the cliffs with stunning sea views, Red Cliff Lodge offer spacious, elegant suites with 32-inch TVs and free WiFi. There is an on-site seasonal restaurant, free parking, and the beach is just a short walk away.
Cois Na Tra, Breaffa South, Spanish Point, Co. Clare
Featuring free WiFi and a sun terrace, Cois Na Tra offers accommodation in Spanish Point. Free private parking is available on site. Every room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day.
Spanish Point, Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare
Relax, unwind, refresh and restore mind, body and spirit at the Armada Hotel, awarded Hotel Venue of the Year for Munster in the Weddings On Line Awards 2013.
Clare Island Lighthouse, Spanish Point, Co. Clare
Clare Island stands guard at the entrance to Clew Bay, off Ireland's western Atlantic coast. For almost two centuries, the island's Lighthouse has been a nautical landmark perched high on the craggy cliffs, watching over Achill, Westport and beyond.
Spanish Point, Co. Clare