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  1. Aillebrack Green Flag Beach

    Ballyconneely, Galway

    Aillebrack Green Flag beach is located on the Ballyconneely peninsula. The beach is approximately 5 km west of the village of Ballyconneely. Read more

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  2. Kylemore Abbey & Neo-Gothic Church

    Kylemore, Galway

    Kylemore Abbey Neo-Gothic Church was built in the style of a fourteenth-century English Cathedral in memory of the wife of Mitchell Henry, who owned the neighbouring Kylemore Abbey / Castle. Read more

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  3. Inch Island -Donegal

    Inch Island, Donegal

    Inch Island is a small island connected to the mainland, in Lough Swilly County Donegal. It is home to an important population of migratory birds and wintering waterfowl. Read more

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  4. Brigit's Garden (Gairdín Bhríde)

    Moycullen, Galway

    Brigit's Garden is a magical place located in Roscahill, County Galway. This family friendly locale features four gardens which represent different Celtic festivals. There is also a café, nature trail, children's discovery trail, ring fort and more. Read more

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  5. Zetland Country House Hotel and Gardens

    Cashel Bay, Galway

    Beautifully positioned at Cashel Bay in Connemara, Zetland Country House is surrounded by stunning landscapes. The long-established hotel sits amidst mature gardens, providing a true oasis of tranquillity for guests. Read more

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  6. Cleire Goats

    Cape Clear Island, Cork

    Cleire Goats, on Cape Clear Island in West Cork, has a herd of 12 milking goats plus associated males and kids. Individual visitors are welcome to meet the goats at any time of year and organised groups are also catered for. Read more

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  7. Galway Arts Centre

    Galway City, Galway

    Galway Arts Centre's building at 47 Dominick Street was built in the 1840s as a residence for the Persse Family. The most famous member of the family was Lady Augusta Gregory, of Coole Park, playwright, Abbey Theatre founder and patron of the Irish Literary revival. Read more

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  8. Lackagh Museum and Heritage Park

    Turloughmore, Galway

    The Lackagh Museum, in Turloughmore County Mayo, is set in a restored traditional Irish cottage. Its golden thatched roof is the work of local crafts people. Read more

  9. Bere Island Heritage Centre

    Bere Island, Cork

    Built in 1857, the Ballinakilla Old School building has been beautifully renovated and is now the Bere Island Heritage Centre. It hosts a permanent exhibition on the unique history and lifestyle of Bere Island as well as temporary themed exhibitions. Read more

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  10. Galway Atlantaquaria

    Salthill, Galway

    Galway Atlantaquaria is Ireland's largest aquarium. Located in an ideal location in Salthill, the famous seaside resort suburb of Galway, the City of the Tribes. Read more

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