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Lahinch - Clare - Moy Road

road into town

Lahinch or Lehinch (An Leacht in Irish; meaning 'Leath Inis', or 'Half Island') is a village on Liscannor Bay, on the northwest coast of County Clare, Republic of Ireland. The village is a widely known seaside resort and is home to the world famous Lahinch Golf Club.

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  • County: Clare
  • Town: Lahinch
  • Scene: Moy Road, general view
  • Date: circa 1910 (estimate)

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Lahinch

Lahinch or Lehinch (An Leacht in Irish; meaning 'Leath Inis', or 'Half Island') is a village on Liscannor Bay, on the northwest coast of County Clare, Republic of Ireland. The village is a widely known seaside resort and is home to the world famous Lahinch Golf Club. There is a beautiful one-mile beach at Lahinch. Of Late Lahinch has become renowned as one of the foremost surfing locations in Ireland, as well as other watersports including kitesurfing and windsurfing.

Along the beach. 

Along the beach.

The ancient name for Lahinch was Leacht Ui Chonchubhair or Leach Ui Chonchuir: the burial place of O’Connor or O’Connor’s Flag Stone. Nowadays, the town name is mostly spelt 'Lahinch', but a selection of road signs in the area use the spelling 'Lehinch'. Pronunciation of the placename is somewhat between the two spellings.

A typical scene in Lahinch. 

A typical scene in Lahinch.

World Record

The Lahinch beach became famous on May 14th 2006, when a new world record has been broken. 44 surfers managed to ride one same wave. The previous record was set the year before in Rio, when 42 people surfed a wave.