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  1. Oranmore Castle

    Oranmore, Galway

    Oranmore Castle was built between the 13th and 15th centuries. Originally a De Burgo (Burke) stronghold, An Cáislean Mór or The Castle of the Well played a pivotal part in the defence of Galway during the Confederate Rebellion in the 1640's: provisions were shipped from the castle to the besieged fort of Galway. Read more

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  2. High Street Art Gallery

    Galway City, Galway

    Fine Art gallery and working studio by Irish artist Gordon Harris, Located in the heart of old Galway known as the Latin Quarter. Read more

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  3. Caheroyan House and Farm

    Athenry, Galway

    Caheroyan House And Farm, in Athenry County Galway, offers self catering accommodation in tastefully restored farm cottages and access for visitors to the 70 acre farm. Read more

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  4. Aran Islands - Inishmaan - Inis Árainn

    Inishmore - Árainn, Galway

    Inis Mór is the largest and most developed of the Aran Islands that lie scattered off the Galway coast. It combines a vibrant history with excellent facilities and lively night life. Read more

  5. Silver Strand Blue Flag and Green Coast Beach 2014

    Barna, Galway

    Silver Strand is located in Barna, County Galway. It is a shallow and sandy beach ideal for families and great for swimming at high tide. Read more

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  6. Salthill Blue Flag and Green Coast Beach 2014

    Salthill, Galway

    Salthill Beach is located approximately 2km from Galway City and is made up of several small beaches which are separated by rocky outcrops. It is a popular beach for walking, swimming and relaxing. Read more

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  7. 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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  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. Finnerty's Mills

    Loughrea, Galway

    Finnerty's Mills is a restored corn mill with working waterwheel. The Mill is part of our industrial heritage being a recorded monument. Read more

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  10. Castlehackett House / Knockma Hill

    Caherlistrane, Galway

    Caherlistrane's most prominent landmark, Knockma,at 170m is the highest hill in the plains of North Galway and South Mayo. It is the legendary burial place of Queen Maeve and, in folklore, Knockma was the seat of Finnvara, King of Connacht fairies. Read more

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