Ennistymon is a market town in Co Clare. A popular tourist destination, it has a typical Irish main street with many traditional pubs. The River Inagh, with its small rapids known as the Cascades, runs through the town behind the main street. A bridge across the river leads to nearby Lahinch, on the N67 national secondary road. The town is also connected to Ennis by the N85, the main street through the town. Local amenities apart from the aforementioned pubs include a large supermarket, bakery, several hairdressers, two butchers, a hardware shop, print shop, dry cleaners, launderette, builders suppliers, several cafes, a hotel and several B&Bs. There is also two primary schools and three secondary schools. Two Bus Éireann routes, 333 and 350, serve the town. Route 350 links Ennistymon to Ennis, Lahinch, Cliffs of Moher, Doolin (where it is possible to connect with a ferry to the Aran Islands), Lisdoonvarna and Galway. There are a number of journeys each way daily. Onward rail and bus connections are available at Ennis and Galway. Route 333 links the town to Kilfenora, Corofin, Miltown Malbay and Doonbeg.