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  1. Connemara – North West Coastal Drive (yellow route)

    Clifden, Galway

    Taking in Clifden, Renvyle, Letterfrack and returning to Clifden. A distance of 98km (61 miles), approximately. Read more

  2. Executive Helicopter Maintenance Ltd

    Loughrea, Galway

    Private Charter Helicopter company providing Transport, Airport Shuttles, Heli Golfing, Tours, Large Event pleasure flying event Management. Finalist Aviation Industry Awards 2014. Read more

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  3. The Trappers Inn & Jackson's Restaurant

    Galway City, Galway

    Situated on the Tuam road, just minutes from Galway city centre. The Trappers Inn and Jackson's Restaurant is a traditional family run bar and restaurant that is truly passionate when it comes to serving high quality, locally obtained food. Read more

  4. 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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  5. Costello and Fermoyle Fishery

    Casla, Galway

    The Costello and Fermoyle Fishery in County Galway is a premier sea trout and salmon fishery. It is located 40km from Galway city along the South Connemara coast, within a wild and beautiful setting. Read more

  6. The Galway Arms Inn

    Galway City, Galway

    The Galway Arms Inn has been one of the most recognisable buildings in Galway city for many years and remains so today.

    Ideally located minutes from Galway’s shopping hub and standing proudly at the entrance to Galway City West. Read more

  7. Cleggan Harbour

    Cleggan, Galway

    A working harbour located at the head of Cleggan Bay. The harbour is primarily used for fishing vessels but also the ferry to Inishbofin. Read more

  8. Lough Corrib

    Clifden, Galway

    Lough Corrib is the second largest fresh water lake in Ireland. It is located in County Galway, in the west of Ireland and contains over 300 islands, the most famous of which is Inchagaoill. This beautiful lake is ideal for boat cruises and angling. Read more

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  9. Portumna Forest Park - Bonaveen Walking Trail

    Portumna, Galway

    Enjoy some of the most attractive landscape in Portumna Forest park while walking the Bonaveen Looped Trail. Read more

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  10. Rothaí Inis Oírr

    Aran Islands, Galway

    Situated on Inis Oírr, County Galway, Rothaí Inis Oírr bicycle hire is located just off the pier. Hiring a bike for the day gives visitors the luxury of exploring the island at their leisure. Read more

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