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An Trá Mhór is a sandy Beach located in the Gaeltacht area of Inveran, County Galway. It is a long, sheltered beach perfect for swimming and walking.
Cill Mhuirbhigh Beach is a sandy beach located on the northern coast of Inishmore Island.
Trá an Dóilín is a Blue Flag Beach located just outside Carraroe Village in County Galway. It is known for its fine white coral and blue waters and is a great place for swimming and snorkelling.
Usually the quietest and least visited of the Aran Islands, Inishmaan is truly an escape from the modern world, a place where beauty, tradition and culture combine in a rugged windswept landscape.
Loughrea Lake is located in Loughrea, County Galway and is a large limestone lake with an inland bathing area, popular with locals and visitors alike.
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.
Killary Harbour is a fjord in the heart of Connemara which forms a natural border between counties Galway and Mayo. This is a haven for water-sport enthusiasts.
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.
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.
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.
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