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#1 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
The main roads in the park are wide enough to feel totally comfortable; the mountains, grazing land, lakes and hiking opportunities are fabulous; touring Kylemore Abbey is informative; and the tea room at the visi...
Admission in the park is free and self-guided walks up the Diamond Hill which towers over the park, are very well organized and kept Breathtaking panoramic views during the whole trip up the summit of Diamond Hill...
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#2 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
The park has stones from five continents of the world with a history & the purpose the stones represent; a stone from Ellis Island, some bricks from the MCG Melbourne, from South Africa & Europe.
This garden is a great place to sit and think, remember loved ones and I loved the theme of the park - the giving of life to others.
Rinville Park Oranmore
#3 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
Kids always love the park and so close to the sea lovely stroll in woods and on to play ground if you get the weather it's a fab day out
Great place to stop off when traveling the Wild Atlantic Way or just visiting Oranmore as perfect way to stretch the legs, recharge your batteries in nature and let the views speak for themselves
#4 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
There is a lovely famine memorial walk, a children's playground, a beautiful park called the Circle of Life and lots of coffee shops and cafes.
A Peaceful & Beautiful Walk In South Park
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#6 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
Walks and nature
We arrived early and found a great parking space in the car park (there is no charge for now) and left for the beach which is clean with lots of space, the toilets need to go back to proper toilet blocks and manne...
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#7 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
To my surprise, they loved it.. as did I. Exhibits are mostly found in irish waters, so nothing awe-striking, but the hourly events they run are great, due to their interactive nature and the staff that deliver them.
#8 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
I was originally from Galway and now living in the U.S. I danced for PRESIDENT KENNEDY when he made his historic visit to Ireland and each visit home to galway I always sit at Kennedy park now eyre square it holds...
Galway has a lovely pedestrian-only shopping quarter and the square is just on the edge - so park, wander around and do some shopping, and then settle down in the park for a few minutes to chill.
#9 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
Lovely peaceful, forest park, within Galway city
Wether you want a place to unwind, a place to get in touch with nature, a place for a lunchtime stroll, this is it.
#10 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
A green plane with the ocean around it and a couple of banks - that is an Irish way of organising parks))) Good to walk
#11 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
Can stroll to rusheen bay park and cappagh park from here too.
Picnic Park or just stroll for leisure............
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#14 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway
Freshness and breath taking one by one and this is great to visit as the weekend journey the Wildlife and Nature the houses of ancient ancestors restored JM Synge's house restored and stained glasses restored and...
We have walked every day in the most beautiful landscapes/seascapes that nature has to offer.
#15 of 15 Nature & Parks in Galway