Clarinbridge, Co. Galway
Clarinbridge (Irish: Droichead an Chláirín) is a small village, approximately a 15-minute drive south of Galway City. It is on the mouth of the Clarin River at the end of Dunkellin Bay, which is the easternmost part of Galway Bay. It is famous for its yearly oyster festival that is held in the second week of September. The rich oyster beds lie close by, caressed by the invigorating waters of Galway Bay.