A fun-filled Tour: Situated in the very heart of the Burren in County Clare, Aillwee Cave is a must-visit for everyone who finds himself/herself in the area. The tour of the cave consists of a 30-minute walk through the beautiful caverns – over bridged chasms, under mysterious formations and alongside the roaring waterfall which sometimes gently sprinkles the unsuspecting visitor!
Aillwee Cave is a cave in the karst landscape of the Burren in County Clare, Ireland. The name Ai...
Historical Abbey: Positioned at the edge of the Burren in a scenic location, Corcomroe Abbey is ancient Abbey ruins with a fascinating history. The historical graves are well preserved, and the original structures continue to provide a good sense of the former monastic community. Entry to the abbey is free.
Corcomroe Abbey is an early 13th-century Cistercian monastery located in the north of the Burren...
Lovely seaside Village: Kinvarra, meaning Head of the Sea, is a prominent seaport village set on the southern shores of Galway Bay. The Dunguaire Castle, overlooking the Galway, is a major tourist attraction here. Packed with colorfully painted buildings the captivating village turns out to be a splendid pit stop between Galway city and County Clare.
Kinvara , also spelled Kinvarra, is a sea port village located in the south of County Galway, Ire...
Decent Place In Ireland: If you are in Bellharbour, then you have a chance to visit many historical sites like Poulnabrone Dolmen. Other places to visit include Quay Street, The Burren, Corcomroe Abbey, Burren Birds of Prey Centre, Salthill Promenade, and Burren Nature Sanctuary & Cafe.
Learn the language in an exquisite ambience: Bridge Mills Galway Language Centre is an English language teaching school. In addition to providing a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for learning, the school familiarizing the students to the beauty and uniqueness of life on Ireland's West Coast. The classrooms also provide a lovely view of the Galway Bay and the hills of Co. Clare.
A famous Angling Hub: Headford is a famous fishing hub for the eastern coast of Lough Corrib. It is also at the heart of a region teeming with archaeological monuments, varying from prehistoric burial cairns and Iron Age stone ruins to an array of monastic sites.
Headford is a town in County Galway, located 26 km north of Galway city in the west of Ireland. ...
A historical Building: Pearse's Cottage was built in 1909, by the leader of the 1916 Easter uprising, Patrick Pearse. The Visitor Centre offers an impressive exhibition about the legacy of Patrick Pearse and explores the unique landscape and history of the ancient Gaelic culture and language which is still alive in this area.
Hauntingly Beautiful: It is one of the most remarkable and well-preserved Franciscan friaries in Ireland.
The monastic ruin is a lovely sight that evokes a melancholy feeling when one thinks about the sheer majesty and grandeur with which the ruins may have stood in the past.
The friary has the 15th-century architecture.
The Ross Errilly Friary is a medieval Franciscan friary located about a mile to the northwest of...
Amazing Place: Gorgeous food, great wine, fab presentation and lovely ambiance in the restaurant- it was good value for early bird and we stayed on at the table for a while after. Highly recommended- our whole group we’re really impressed. Highly Recommended!