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  1. Cape Clear Island - Oileán Chléire

    Cape Clear Island, Cork

    The Gaeltacht island of Chléire, or Cape Clear, is Ireland’s southernmost island and is a paradise of solitude and inspiration. West of the Island stands the iconic Fastnet rock and to the northwest stretches the Mizen Head. Read more

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  2. Mannin Bay Blueway, Clifden

    Clifden, Galway

    Mannin Bay, located southwest of Clifden has a roadside beach which you enter via the small car park. This is an ideal spot for a range of water-based activities. Read more

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  3. East End Inisbofin Green Coast Beach 2014

    Inishbofin Island, Galway

    East End Bay is located on the island of Inishbofin which is situated off the North West coast off Connemara. Read more

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  4. Galway Cathedral

    Galway City, Galway

    Galway Cathedral, which was dedicated in 1965, was the last major stone cathedral to be built in Europe. Located in the heart of Galway City, the cathedral boasts an impressive variety of interior art, such as statues, mosaics and stained glass. Read more

  5. Lettermullen & Garumna Heritage Centre

    Lettermullen Island, Galway

    The Lettermullen and Garumna Heritage Centre, exhibits the rich heritage of the local area in Caladh Ghólam, 64kms from Galway City. Read more

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  6. Whitethorn Gallery

    Clifden, Galway

    The Whitethorn Gallery is located at the Station House in Clifden Town Centre, County Galway. The Whitethorn is dedicated to promoting the work of local, national and international artists. Read more

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  7. Dumhach Green Coast Beach 2014

    Inishbofin, Galway

    Dumhach Beach is located on south eastern shore of Inishbofin Island. Its long sandy beach with sand dunes provides beautiful sun bathing areas. Read more

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  8. Battle of Aughrim Interpretative Centre

    Aughrim, Galway

    This award-winning centre, in County Galway, commemorates a forgotten day of Irish history - the Battle of Aughrim, 'Ireland's Gettysburg' which was fought on 12th July 1691, during the closing stages of the Williamite-Jacobite War. Read more

  9. St Nicholas' Collegiate Church of Ireland

    Galway City, Galway

    Found in Galway City, St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church was established by 1320 and is one of Ireland’s best-preserved medieval town churches. The building has a rich history and is still in use as a house of worship today. Read more

  10. Renvyle Green Coast Beach 2014

    Renvyle, Galway

    Renvyle Green Flag Beach is a long white sandy beach. Used during the summer season by locals and holiday makers for walking and swimming. Read more

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