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  1. James Mitchell Museum

    Galway City, Galway

    The James Mitchell Museum, or Galways's Hidden Museum, is housed in the Department of Geology, National University of Ireland in Galway City. It displays some 15,000 rock, mineral and fossils specimens from all over the world. Read more

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  2. Gurteen Beach

    Roundstone, Galway

    Two miles from Roundstone, Co Galway, on the road to Clifden, are two of the finest beaches in Ireland. Gurteen Beach and Dog’s Bay lie back to back forming a tombolo jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. Read more

  3. Letterfrack Bay Water Tours

    Letterfrack, Galway

    Letterfrack Bay Water Tours is based in Letterfrack in County Galway. They offer over 200 exhibits, combined with a seaside nature trail; as well as sea angling trips and Ireland's only glass bottomed boat tours. Read more

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  4. Ballynahinch Castle Hotel and Gardens

    Ballynahinch, Galway

    Located in Galway's Connemara region, Ballynahinch Estate is home to more than 180 hectares of beautiful woodlands, gardens, lakes and rivers. It is a perfect peaceful retreat for visitors. Read more

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  5. Leenane Sheep & Wool Centre

    Leenane, Galway

    The Leenane Sheep and Wool Centre aims to foster awareness of the traditional sheep and wool industry in Connemara. They are situated in Leenane on the N59, which is about halfway between Clifden and Westport. Read more

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  6. Dan O’Hara’s Homestead / Connemara Heritage & History Centre

    Clifden, Galway

    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. Read more

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  7. Inishbofin Island -Galway

    Inishbofin, Galway

    For over 6000 years Inishbofin Island, 11km of the Galway coast, has been favoured by fishermen, farmers, exiled monks and fugitive pirates; and more recently is home to some of the best traditional Irish music and craic you are likely to find. Read more

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  8. Tory Island - Toraigh

    Tory Island - Toraigh, Donegal

    Lying 12km off north Donegal, Tory Island or Toraigh, the most remote of Ireland’s inhabited islands, is a timeless place ruled by its own elected king where people still talk of 'travelling to Ireland'. Read more

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  9. 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

  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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