Killary Harbour is one of the three glacial fjords in Ireland, being formed during the last ice age in a process called glaciation where glaciers moved through… Read more “Killary Fjord, Connemara – Ireland”
Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden is one of the most famous attractions in Connemara, and it’s easy to see why when you see it in person.… Read more “Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Garden, Connemara – Ireland”
Connemara is one of the most scenic places in the country to cycle. Ballynahinch Estate offers a 6km completed section of the Connemara Greenway which goes along… Read more “Connemara Greenway Car Park, Ballynahinch Estate – Ireland”
Similar to Mannin Bay, Dog’s Bay has crystal blue waters and pure white sands. Adding to its appeal, the beach is sheltered from the wind by the… Read more “Dog’s Bay, Connemara – Ireland”
I discovered Mannin Bay Blueway by chance, driving from Sky Road and the Alcock and Brown Memorial which are close by. On the day I visited the… Read more “Mannin Bay Blueway Beach, Connemara – Ireland”
The Alcock and Brown Memorial celebrates the impressive feat of Capt. John Alcock and Lieut. Arthur Whitten-Brown who on the 15th of June 1919 were the first… Read more “Alcock and Brown Memorial, Connemara – Ireland”
Sky Road is one of the top places to visit in Connemara. It’s a 16km long road that is famous for the beautiful views and rugged scenery… Read more “Sky Road, Connemara – Ireland”
The first time I drove through Cong, my first thought was what a pretty village it was. It was so picturesque driving through the town with it’s colourful buildings, the river running through and the Abbey on either side of the road.
Push your limits with the 1500 Advanced Karting Track at Pallas
This is a brilliant spot for a swim, or a peaceful walk if you are in the area.