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.


Gardens

Ardcarraig Garden Galway
Ardcarraig
Galway City, Co. Galway
There is nothing quite like Ardcarraig, perhaps because people don’t try to garden in such apparently inhospitable spots among the rocks and heather. Yet the sights to be seen in this 5 acres of hillside where Lorna McMahon has developed he ...

Golf

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Galway Bay Golf Club
Oranmore, Co. Galway
Course Type: Links / Parkland
Located near the village of Oranmore just outside Galway City the Galway Bay Golf Resort is essentially parkland by the sea, bordered as it is on three sides by the Atlantic. But the absence of trees makes it even more exposed to the elements tha ...

Self Catering

Selfcatering
Kinvara Suites
Kinvara, Co. Galway
"The luxury of a hotel suite, the privacy and freedom of home together with a beautiful design." Kinvara suites are situated within a newly converted 18th century stone hayloft. They are set back from the road in a secluded garden in ...

What's On

Headford Farmers Market - Co Galway
Headford Farmers Market - 2nd and 4th Saturday of the Month

Keady's Carpark, The Square, Headfort, Co Galway

Contact: 093 35551

Tourist Attractions

Galway Atlantaquaria - Galway Aquarium - Salthill Galway Ireland
Galway Atlantaquaria
Galway City, Co. Galway
Galway Atlantaquaria, the National Aquarium of Ireland is the largest aquarium in Ireland and seeks to present a comprehensive view of the world of water through clear and interesting displays, informed helpful staff and exciting live presentatio ...

Wedding Venues

Wedding
Ardilaun Hotel Galway
Galway City, Co. Galway
This comfortable wedding venues in a romantic woodland setting has a large 1840s house at its heart and, despite its proximity to Galway city and periodic extensions and renovations, it has not been over-decorated and retains a pleasant country a ...
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