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Great cocktails, really nice staff, and this is where a lot of cultural launches happen so you might accidentally happen upon the mayor and a free glass of wine. Hen night central at the weekends, but more so in a girl Madonna and Kylie way, which can be lots of fun. Have never stayed here, so review is for the bar, restaurant etc.
Amazing views, but really silly you have to pay to visit the cliffs. Check out the National Trails website to find out about walks to do to make the best of your visit. If you are continuing your travels and end out over in Inis Oirr on the Aran Islands, there is an amazing view of the cliffs on a clear day from the east of the island by the ruined ship. And if you are really into cliffs definitely check out Dun Aengus on Inis Mor, the largest of the Aran Islands.
Lovely promenade st, gets nearly as busy after the shops close as people take an evening stroll before settling into a pub for the evening. Lots of great places to eat, gets a bit manic at the weekends,
Brilliant drives, and brilliant cycles for the brave and fit!
Great local food, brilliant brunch spot, overlooking the water.
Lovely promenade, full of locals walking dogs and learning to cycle. Go to the very end and kick the wall, and watch all the galwegians doing the same. And the take a seat and watch people swim out from black rock out into the bay.
Just outside the lovely town of Kinvara, Try visit during the wonderful Crinniu Na mBad (Gathering Of the Boats) festival, which begins with the traditional of bringing turf by Hooker (a traditional boat!) over from Connemara. To get to this castle, park in the designated Carpark just a little bit closer to the town on the opposite side of the road, and cross the road carefully as it is quite narrow and busy. This is on one of the main routes out to Clare and the Burren.