Doonbeg is a village in west Clare on the Atlantic Coast. It is surrounded by dramatic scenery and has developed as a tourist resort. Doonbeg is situated on the N67 between the towns of Kilkee and Milltown Malbay. The nearest large towns are Kilrush and Kilkee, which are both approximately seven miles away. The village's amenities include The Church of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven, Doonbeg National School, two shops, a post office, a village hall and a tourist office. The central point of the village is an architecturally significant seven-arched stone bridge which crosses the Doonbeg River and divides the village. The crossing is overlooked by the remaining fortifications of Doonbeg Castle. Bus Éireann route 333 links the village to Ennis via Lahinch and Kilfenora with one journey each way daily except Sundays. Onward rail and bus services are available at Ennis. There is also a Tuesday only route 333 to Kilrush. Doonbeg is also know for its Golf Club, designed by Greg Norman and owned by Donald Trump, which is located just outside the village and one of the county's best surf beaches known locally as 'Doughmore'.