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Nestled in the heart of Connemara on the shores of magnificent Killary Fjord, Connemara Adventure Tours are perfectly located as a starting point for your cycling trip. This is a stunning area with quiet meandering roads making it ideal for exploring
Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in a hot bath of Atlantic Seawater infused with hand harvested seaweed and enjoy Ireland's oldest spa treatment at Connemara Seaweed Baths in Leenane, County Galway.
Delphi Resort and Spa is a 300 – acre adventure resort with a stunning four star hotel, award – winning Spa with a conference centre. Set in the breath taking Delphi Valley on the Wild Atlantic Way, Green Way and Blue Way.
Killary Harbour is a fjord located in the west of Ireland in the heart of Connemara which forms a natural border between counties Galway and Mayo
Killary Harbour is a fjord in the heart of Connemara which forms a natural border between counties Galway and Mayo. This is a haven for water-sport enthusiasts.
Killary Fjord Shellfish Food Truck is located on the WAW on Killary Harbour. We specialise in the freshest local cooked mussels and clams, shucked oysters and local smoked salmon. Wholesome healthy street food.
Killary Sheep Farm is a traditional working Connemara mountain farm where visitors can view skilled sheepdog demonstrations, sheep shearing demonstration, traditional turf cutting demonstration, walking trails and bottle feeding orphan lambs.
Wild Atlantic Tours - located in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way. Perfectly situated to appreciate all this coastal route has to offer and with their vast experience, they offer the best of adventure tours.
Come and swim in one of the most majestic settings along the Wild Atlantic Way, Killary Fjord. This is an open water swimming event with distances to suit all swimmers and a boat ride to the start line.
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