40 Accommodation, 39 Things to do
Nestling under the Twelve Bens mountains is this restored pre-famine cottage of Dan O'Hara, a man made famous in song and story. The homestead is located on the N59 (Clifden - Galway) road, 7km from Clifden.
Blue Water Fishing is one of Ireland's premier deep-sea angling centres, offering full packages of accommodation and reef shark or tuna fishing around Clifden, County Galway.
Errislannan Riding Centre and Connemara Pony Stud in Clifden, County Galway offer scenic and historic treks over moors and around the coast, as well as lessons, cross country riding, livery and pony camps.
Michael Gibbons Walking Ireland located in Clifden, specializes in archaeological and historical tours of the West of Ireland.
Lough Corrib is the second largest fresh water lake in Ireland. It is located in County Galway, in the west of Ireland and contains over 300 islands, the most famous of which is Inchagaoill. This beautiful lake is ideal for boat cruises and angling.
This tour explores the coastal areas between Clifden and Leenane - quiet regions of extraordinary sea views.
Cycle West Ireland offers a unique range of fully supported, guided tours, also self-led and multi-activity packages.
Surrounded by stunning scenery, Clifden Campsite and Caravan Park is a wonderful choice for a holiday in County Galway. The park is located near Clifden at the foot of the Twelve Bens. It is an excellent base for discovering Connemara.
Ben View House is a charming guesthouse in Clifden, County Galway. Built in the mid 19th Century, this guesthouse has plenty of character and has been managed by the same family since 1926.
Centrally located and purpose-built, on a quiet street in the heart of picturesque Clifden, County Galway, Dun Ri offers ideal base for exploring Connemara.
From €330 for two bed apartment
From €75.00 per person sharing
Best rates start from €50 per person sharing.
From €225 pps
From €245 per person sharing.
From €149.00 per person sharing.
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