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Joyce Country Sheepdogs Shanafaraghaun 46.8 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Shanafaraghaun
If the view in and of itself is stunning - in any weather - and Mr. Joyce puts on an informative and fun demonstration.
All of the demonstrations took place outside and we had plenty of unobstructed views and had the liberty of moving around anywhere while Joe handled his dogs/sheep.
Atlantic Drive on Achill Island Westport, Ireland 60.1 km away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Westport
We enjoyed strolling along the beach, wandering into town and just enjoying the tranquility of the Island, It was awe inspiring views highly recommend visiting Achill Island.especially
Fabulous scenery beautiful views of the wild Atlantic sea spectacular views rugged and unusual coastline very calming experience good for the soul of
Glengowla Mines Oughterard 60.2 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Oughterard
As a homeschooling family - this is a perfect place for learning, as a person who loves rocks, well the museum offers a wonderful array from the site as well as from around the world and, to see the different samp...
We love the mines and we've seen many amazing sites in Connemara.
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Killary Sheep Farm Leenane 53.5 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Leenane
The views are incredible, Tom is kind and easy going, amazing to watch Roy and Tom work together- Killary Sheep Farm is a highlight of our family vacation- we loved our time there!
The sheep dog demonstration, with his sheep dog, Ray is an amazing site to behold, and worth the trip by itself.
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Downpatrick Head Ballycastle, Ireland 41.5 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Ballycastle
Amazing views of sea cliffs, arches, stacks and stumps and of course the caves and blowholes the area is perhaps most famous for.
The Downpatrick Head is an amazing place to visit, where you have a stunning view over the coastline and the Atlantic Ocean - a very picturesque spot!
Belleek Castle Museum Ballina, Ireland 19.9 km away
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ballina
Brian (the on-site guide) took us, and another couple, on a very interesting and informative tour of the castle.
Three of us visited this quirky site in early Oct 2017.
Knocknarea Sligo, Ireland 55.7 km away
#1 of 58 Sights & Landmarks in Sligo
Knocknarea offers a great hike with spectacular views of the surrounding area once you reach the top and along the route. 2 options, one is an easy hike from the carpark side and the other is a moderate hike from...
However there is a Fantastic Interpretive centre nearby and a chance to visit other ancient dwelling sites dating back to the neolithic era (3000bce) Think Indiana Jones and let your discovery begin!
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Croagh Patrick County Mayo, Ireland 34.4 km away
#4 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in County Mayo
... footwear, bring a light waterproof jacket, carry a backpack with water and snacks for energy when you reach the top and, most importantly, have a good camera to take it the captivating sights from the bay below.
It's one of the hardest hiking routes ( pilgrimage place) in Ireland but if you are lucky enough to get a sunny day it definitely worth the climb at the top you going to find one of the best view of the surroundin...
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The Lost Valley Silver Strand, Ireland 53.4 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Silver Strand
This walk takes in spectacular views and a terrific narrative by Gerard on the life and times of people who lived in the area during the 19th and 20th centuries - including his direct family line.
The walk, which is very leisurely and within the capabilities of any casual walker of any age, continues to the deserted famine village, a beautiful valley and waterfall, a view out over Killary Harbour and eventu...
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Gort
There was so much to see on our walk: The ruins of Lady Gregory’s house, the walled garden and its famous autograph tree, and views of the Coole River and lake.
The cafe has quality food cooked freshly on site & the e surrounding gardens & walking trails are superb.
Monk's Fishing House Cong, Ireland 46.1 km away
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Cong
Cong has many picturesque sights!
It's one of those Cong sites where a traveler must take a picture...an iconic structure.
National Shrine of Our Lady of Knock Knock, Ireland 55.8 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Knock
Lovely place, the Basilica is a must to see, loads of room to walk about, sit and relax, cafe on site.
This is one of the major apparition sites and recognized so if trying to see them all in a lifetime have to get here.
Ashford Castle Cong, Ireland 46.8 km away
#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Cong
The castle offers archery, chauffeured journeys, boat rides on the beautiful lake, fishing, golf on a manicured nine hole on-site course, kayaking, horse and carriage rides, sheepdog trials, sailing, tennis, skeet...
Drizzle and all, Rose provided me with very comfortable and fun walk, trots and canters and Mary provided me with the great ride and beautiful views along with great chats and very interesting information.
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Glen Keen Farm Louisburgh, Ireland 46.6 km away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Louisburgh
... family memorabilia which is worth a look and there are lots of books about Ireland and the area strewn around the windowsills that you can look at if you tire of the magnificent views over Doolough Valley.
Wonderful Views to accompany the Good Lunch
Royal Abbey of Cong Cong, Ireland 46.1 km away
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Cong
The church and cloister remnant cover the site of a 7th century church built by a truly quiet man, Saint Feichin.
Visiting this abbey was also peaceful, unlike other popular visitor sights.
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The Coffin Ship Westport, Ireland 32.0 km away
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Westport
It is located in a nice park, with beautiful views looking out on Clew Bay in one direction and up at Croagh Patrick from the other direction.
We visited this Great Famine memorial site very recently.
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Gort
We decided to take the trip back to Galway from the Cliffs of Moher through the National Park to see some different views and we are so glad we did.
When you stand beneath the tower its easy to picture what it must have been like back when the site was first developed this ancient monument on the edge of the burren has somthing different to offer at every visi...
Statue of John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara Cong, Ireland 45.9 km away
#4 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Cong
Such a classic film, loved seeing sites here in the town of Cong that were transformed into the fictional town of Innisfree in the movie.
Make sure you see all the movie sights along with the statue...so much fun!!!
Ballintubber Abbey County Mayo, Ireland 22.1 km away
#13 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in County Mayo
The grounds are large, well laid out using the natural slopes of the site and are beautifully kept.
The docent gave you plenty of time to ask questions and view various segments of the church.
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Aughnanure Castle Oughterard 59.6 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Oughterard
It was plenty slick and muddy - but it highlights the limestone underpinings of the castle including a few caves (which were relevant when learning the history of the site).
Great day out, nice to chill out, relax take in all the sights.
Ross Errily Friary County Galway, Ireland 53.4 km away
#23 of 121 Sights & Landmarks in County Galway
Its view from outside is outstanding as well , a grey sculpture sitting gracefully on a green field .
It can help you enjoy the site and help you arrive safely (as the road in is a typical rural Irish one-lane).
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Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery Sligo, Ireland 58.1 km away
#4 of 58 Sights & Landmarks in Sligo
He took us around some of the tombs on the site explaining history, mythology, theories and landscape, which was fascinating and really gave a great context to the site.
On the Knocknarea Peninsula, west of Sligo, an area rich in ancient sites and markings, the Megalithic Cemetery at Carrowmore stands out as an opportunity to wander and imagine the sacred burial rituals of our ear...
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Rosserk Friary Ballina, Ireland 25.2 km away
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ballina
Rosserk and Moyne Friary's are both treats to vist they are enjoyable to walk round and explore especially for children both are positioned on the river and estuary and amazing views from in and around the buildin...
As a driver I have visited many monastic sites, but I highly recommend this site, as it's in a beautiful location and as the upper floors are accessible makes it even more spectacular.
Quiet Man Bridge Oughterard 59.8 km away
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Oughterard
It's a neat experience to be on the bridge and it gives you wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, and, the best part, it's absolutely free!
A beautiful view from the bridge up the lough.
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Ceide Fields County Mayo, Ireland 41.4 km away
#16 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in County Mayo
The views are breathtaking (on a good day!) and to know you walk where your ancestors walked is pretty amazing!
An amazing Stone Age site, top-notch modern facility, and outstanding guide.
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Westport House & Pirate Adventure Park Westport, Ireland 25.3 km away
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Westport
Loved the leafy walks, the views from the peaceful trails, the adventure centre for children and adults!
... and intimidating...quiet the opposite ... It is a hidden gem in a beautiful part of Ireland, welcoming and graceful in every way The house is open to individuals check out the opening times on their web site.
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#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Gort
An informative video sets the scene and then the climb up the stairways exploring the towers rooms before getting to the rooftop and taking in the amazing views.
A wonderful lady who does work for the friends of Yeats and the Tower as well as Coole Park and the Kiltartan Gregory Museum picked me up and showed me around all 3 sites.
St. Muredach's Cathedral Ballina, Ireland 18.9 km away
#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Ballina
St. Patrick Statue Westport, Ireland 24.9 km away
#4 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Westport
Great views over Clew Bay from top of mountain and small church on top worth a visit.
A glass of wine and the view of the octagon lit at night and the new statue beyond was very special.
Newport Railway Viaduct Newport, Ireland 20.2 km away
#3 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Newport
Still in pristine condition, on sunny day the viaduct offers spectacular views both sides, plus one can spot crane or stork on the side of the river.
Beautiful Viaduct - landmark for Newport on the Wild Atlantic Way