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Connemara See & do

Aran Islands — Connemara Guide — Category: "Connemara See & do"

Galway City Museum

Galway City Museum reopened on 16th April 2007 with the launch of its permanent exhibition. Among the highlights on...

Connemara Golf Links

Connemara Golf Club is one of the few authentic links courses in the world. Full restaurant and bar facilities...

Connemara Marathon

The Connemara Marahon comprises of a Half Marathon, a Full Marathon and is Ireland's only on-road Ultra Marathon (39.3...

Inishbofin Island

Inishbofin lies approximately 8 kilometers (5 miles) off the coast of Connemara, County Galway. It is about 5.5 km (3½...

Killary Cruises

No visit to Connemara would be complete without a visit to Killary Fjord. The 9 mile long inlet boasts some of the...

Cnoic Suain

Cnoc Suain is an enchanting pre-famine hill village of thatched and slated stone cottages dating back to 1691....

Connemara Heritage Centre

Award winning heritage centre located 5 miles from Clifden Town, the capital of Connemara. It offers a unique insight...

Croagh Patrick Walking Tours

Guided walking tours in Mayo and Connemara. Transport, pack lunch, guide, 3 star hotel accommodation in Westport and 6...

Kayakmór

Kayakmór, sea kayaking in Galway Bay cater for all levels of kayaking from beginners to experts and tailor our trips...

Shearwater Sea Kayaking

With Shearwater Sea Kayaking you can explore the deserted islands, coral beaches and unique wildlife of Connemara...

Moycullen Horse Riding Centre

Situated just a few miles from Galway city, in the magnificent surroundings of the Connemara countryside, this family...

Roundstone Musical Instruments

Roundstone Music and Craft Shop lies within the walls of an old Franciscan Monastery in the quaint fishing village of...

Cleggan Beach Riding Centre

The Cleggan Beach Riding Centre is an approved riding school and is Connemara's most renowned beach trekking centre....

Connemara Trails

The Connemara Trail, run by Aille Cross Equestrian Centre is not just for riders, but for anyone who enjoys other...

Mulberrys Restaurant

Mulberrys Italian & Seafood Restaurant offers a classic, bistro-style menu of authentic Italian pasta, prime cuts...

Oughterard Golf Club

Oughterard Golf Club is a charming and challenging course set in tranquil parkland between Lough Corrib to the East...

Kylemore Abbey Visitor Centre

Kylemore Abbey, known as Ireland's most romantic Castle is located in Connemara, Co. Galway and is the most visited...

Portfinn Lodge

Portfinn Lodge and Fjord restaurant is a family run business sinse 1978 serving locally sourced produce. Located in...

Avoca Handcrafts

The Avoca store in Connemara, on Ireland's dramatic Atlantic coast is situated right on the shores of Ballinakil Bay...

Glengowla Mines Experience

Glengowla Mines offers a fun day out for all the family! Buried beneath the Connemara Mountain lies a way of life long...

The Quiet Man Bridge

The Quiet Man Bridge

he Quiet Man Bridge is located 5 miles past Oughterard, on the N59 heading west, which was the setting for the 1950...

The Sky Road

The Sky Road

The Sky Road is an exhilarating 11km/7ml circular drive west of Clifden. Leave Clifden passing the Abbeyglen Castle...

the 12 Pins

the 12 Pins

The Twelve Bens or Twelve Pins (Irish Na Beanna Beola) is a mountain range in Connemara in the west of Ireland....

Connemara Loop

Connemara Loop

The Connemara Loop is situated in breathtaking North West Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.Follow the Loop and be...

Clifden

Clifden

Clifden (Irish: An Clochán, meaning "stepping stones"[1]:14) is a town on the coast of County Galway, Ireland and...

Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey (Irish: Mainistir na Coille Móire) is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of...

Connemara National Park

Connemara National Park

Connemara National Park (Irish: Páirc Naisiúnta Chonamara) is one of six National Parks in the Republic of Ireland...