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  1. Red Oak Restaurant

    Portumna, Galway

    Red Oak is a small, cottage-style restaurant, with an open fire all year round, seating about 20 persons comfortably. Read more

  2. Portumna Castle And Gardens

    Portumna, Galway

    Portumna Castle, built close to 400 centuries ago by the de Burgo (Burke) family, stands close to Lough Derg, the River Shannon and Portumna Forest Park in Portumna, County Galway. Read more

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  3. Portumna Forest Park - Rinmaher Walking Trail

    Portumna, Galway

    The Rinmaher trail is one of the two long waymarked loops in the Park. It begins along a two-way section of trail from the car-park and overlaps with the Woodland trail. Read more

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  4. Portumna Forest Park - Forest Friendly Walking Trail

    Portumna, Galway

    Enjoy a family walk in this forest friendly trail in Portumna Forest park. Read more

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  5. Cycle Holidays Ireland

    Portumna, Galway

    Locally owned and operated tour. Sixteen years experience guiding tours along the West coast of Ireland. Explore Connemara and Burren National Parks, Cliffs of Moher. Customised to your ability, cycle at your own pace. Read more

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  6. Murray's Angling Services and Boat Hire

    Portumna, Galway

    Murray's B&B and Angling Services in Portumna, Co Galway, offer a complete package for the visiting angler, whether a novice or experienced fisherman. Read more

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  7. Ireland West Ecclesiastical Trail

    Portumna, Galway

    Get a glimpse into Ireland's Christian heritage while travelling through rich and varied countryside. This suggested tour offers a wide selection of sites that can be visited in just four days. Read more

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  8. The Irish Workhouse Centre

    Portumna, Galway

    A real story in a real workhouse. Known in Irish as Teach na mBocht or the Poorhouse, this centre tells the story of a hated institution, which operated in Ireland from 1840s to the 1920s. Read more

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  9. Portumna Forest Park - Woodland Walking Trail

    Portumna, Galway

    The Woodland trail is slightly longer than the Forest Friendly trail and can be used by family walking and cycling groups. The surface is gravelled and also has sections of tarred forest road and wide timber boardwalk. Read more

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  10. Portumna Forest Park - Bonaveen Walking Trail

    Portumna, Galway

    Enjoy some of the most attractive landscape in Portumna Forest park while walking the Bonaveen Looped Trail. Read more

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