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Aran Islands

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Tigh Tommy Connolly
Tigh Tommy Connolly
June 7, 2019
Located just off the coast of Galway are the Irish-speaking Aran Islands. The largest of the three islands, Inis Mór, has been described as 'one of the world’s top island destinations' by National Geographic. Reachable by ferry from Rossaveal, a 5-minute drive from Tigh Tommy Connolly, the welcoming…
Dennis
Dennis
January 17, 2019
The Arans are a small group of islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, West of Galway. Their 1200 permanent inhabitants have preserved the pristine feel of the islands; their stone walls and ancient ruins. Inishmore, the main island, offers the characteristic medieval beehive houses as well as…
Jenny
Jenny
January 5, 2019
take a ferry across to any of the islands for the day, meet some locals and see how they live, Visit the ship wreck from the opening scenes of Father Ted, you can walk,cycle or see the island by horse and cart. A must see while in Clare.
Andy
Andy
November 17, 2018
Beautiful islands full of life where you can step back in time and enjoy horse and night trips to view the sights.
Ryan
Ryan
September 26, 2018
Its an unusual place worth exploring!

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“Entry to the park is free. There is a cafe, children's playground and picnic area, an exhibition in the Visitors Centre and guided walks if you wish to learn more about the biodiversity of the Park. You can also do self guided walks and see some Connemara Ponies and donkeys and cattle here. Diamond Hill will impress you. Its possible to climb to the top and the views from the top on a clear day are absolutely stunning. You will see the Twelve Pins, Partry and Sheffrey mountains and stunning seascapes of northwest Connemara and also Kylemore Abbey. Appropriate footwear and clothing is required if you intend to climb Diamond Hill.”
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“You cannot leave Connemara without a visit to Kylemore Abbey. The beautiful walled garden is the place to wander around and after visit the Tea House here for a relaxing chat and cuppa. Kylemore Abbey was originally built as a Castle in 1867. You can visit the restored rooms of the Abbey and Gothic Church. The scenery here is wonderful, so dont forget your camera. There is also a very nice restaurant and coffee shop on the grounds - the apple pie and cream is delicious. This is a very popular tourist attraction, so booking in advance is advised”
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Natural Feature
“Take the ferry from Cleggan to this wonderful Island for walking and cycling. ”
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Route
“Near the busy and interesting tourist town of Clifden, the Sky Road offers spectacular Atlantic views on the western edge of Europe. ”
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“Aran Island Ferries operate from Rossaveal to the islands of Inis Mór, Inis Meáin & Inis Oírr, all year round”
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Ubicación
County Galway