Wild Atlantic Way - Mayo to Clare

  1. Atlantic Diving School

    Doolin, Clare

    Atlantic Diving School in Doolin, County Clare offers all the advantages for learning how to scuba dive and obtain your certification. Read more

  2. Riverside

    Westport, Mayo

    Boasting a central location in wonderful Westport Town, the Riverside self-catering unit is perfect for families, couples or friends desiring a comfortable but independent stay in County Mayo. The unit is an ideal base for exploring the region. Read more

  3. Inishbofin Middlequarter Loop Walk

    Inishbofin, Galway

    Panoramic views of Achill Island's mountains, Inishturk and Clare Island, Twelve Bens, Maumturks and Croagh Patrick; explore Inishbofin's varied Iron and Bronze-Age landscapes with mill stones, partitions and evidence of round stone houses. Read more

  4. Ireland For You

    Salthill, Galway

    'Ireland For You' is a leading in-bound golf tour operator based in Ireland. Read more

  5. Galway City Museum

    Galway City, Galway

    Galway City Museum is located at the Spanish Arch, one of the most historic parts of Galway, the City of the Tribes. Read more

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  6. An Ceardlann - Spiddal Craft and Design Studios

    Spiddal, Galway

    An Ceardlann Spiddal Craft and Design Studios, overlooking Galway Bay, the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands, houses the work of ten artisans. Located in Spiddal village on the R336, 19km west of Galway City. Read more

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  7. An Gleann

    Milltown Malbay, Clare

    Family run home with comfortable en-suite bedrooms, TV, tea coffee making facilities ,refrigerator,hairdryer, recommended New York Times,Cycle California & Lonely Planet Read more

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  8. Diamond Hill Loop Walk

    Letterfrack, Galway

    Connemara is Irish landscape at its most dramatic. With soaring mountains, scattered loughs and an intricate coastline, this remote part of Galway is a world away from the trappings of urban life. Read more

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  9. Loughrea Historic Town Walk

    Loughrea, Galway

    Loughrea was founded in 1236 by the Anglo-Norman knight, Richard de Burgo. Several heritage gems lie scattered around its lakeside setting: the town is home to Ireland’s only functioning medieval moat, a town gate dates from the 15th century and St. Brendan’s Cathedral contains the oldest wooden statue in the country. Read more

  10. Doolin Cottage B&B

    Doolin, Clare

    Picturesque, country cottage adjacent to the charming and peaceful Aille River set in its own mature gardens adorned with an abundance of wild flowers and shrubbary and picnic table. Old world charm, bright and cheerful rooms with friendly homely atmosphere. Read more

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