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City Sightseeing Galway Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

City Sightseeing Galway Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

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Maximize time spent in Galway with a 48-hour ticket for the hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus. Explore the city at your own pace, hopping off the bus at any of eight tour stops to see popular landmarks including Eyre Square and the Salthill Promenade. Utilize the bus as many times as you wish during a 48-hour period.
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  • 1 hour
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$14.46
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$14.46
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Caherconnell Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

Caherconnell Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

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Discover a thriving Irish tradition in a historic place with admission to Caherconnell Stone Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations. Pre-booking tickets to the sheepdog demonstrations is a convenient way to take care of planning in advance. That means you can use your travel time for exploring the historic ring fort and watching the highly trained sheepdogs perform.
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  • 1 to 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$12.05
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$12.05

Brite Electric Scooter Tour - Galway

Brite Electric Scooter Tour - Galway

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The tour then will take you along the waterways of Galway city, along the canals to the River Corrib. Galway City's natural diversity competes with the most diverse natural habitats in the world with fifty eight different wild life habitats within the city boundries. Along the river we will see the 16th century Menlo Castle and on returning to base we will stop off and try some specialist coffee and treats from our Coffee partner Matt's Sandwiches.
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  • 1 hour
  • Free Cancellation
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$55.64
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$55.64

Cycling Inishmore Island, Aran Islands. Self Guided. Full day.

Cycling Inishmore Island, Aran Islands. Self Guided. Full day.

Inishmore is an island with choices for everyone. On this self-guided tour, you can choose your route and discover the secrets of Inishmore at your own pace. Visit ancient stone forts and churches, and pagan standing stone. Spot seal colonies and a huge range wildlife. Witness the Worm Hole, a natural wonder where the sea ebbs and flows into a natural rectangular pool. With the stone fort at Dun Aengus, an archaeological find only 30 minutes (4 miles) away, all the main attractions within easy reach
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  • 1 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$15.50
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$15.50
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E Bike the Wild Atlantic Way from Galway. Self guided. Full day.

E Bike the Wild Atlantic Way from Galway. Self guided. Full day.

E-bike along the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way to experience dramatic land & seascapes. Connemara is punctuated by world famous views and sites, unique and ancient heritage and geology.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$103.88
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$103.88
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E-bike on Inishbofin Island, Connemara Coast. Self guided. Full Day.

E-bike on Inishbofin Island, Connemara Coast. Self guided. Full Day.

Inishbofin (Island of the White Cow) lies seven miles off Galway’s coast. This magical island is now a haven for tourism, farming and fishing. The island is 5.7km by 4km , which means that bikes are the ideal method of transport. On your arrival at the pier, choose your bike to hire and get ready to explore. (There is a daily ferry service all year round from the pier in Cleggan to Inishbofin.) Inishbofin has various cycling routes offering spectacular views of the island’s wild Atlantic scenery. There are several safe award-winning sandy beaches strewn with shells and with crystal clear water which make swimming, snorkelling and diving a joy. Inishbofin is a special area of conservation and a special area of protection. The island is a breeding area for many species of birds. The rarest or most threatened species breeding on the island at present are the Corncrake. It is estimated that Inishbofin was inhabited as far back as 8000-4000 B.C
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$67.82
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$67.82
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Walking Inishbofin Island 1 day self guided Connemara coast Wild Atlantic Way

Walking Inishbofin Island 1 day self guided Connemara coast Wild Atlantic Way

Explore Inishbofin Island at your own pace with this self-guided tour, navigated via provided walking map covering the West Quarter. With round-trip ferry tickets as well as a light lunch, tea, and scones provided, you'll have everything you need or a comfortable independent exploration.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$83.33
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$83.33
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Walking the West Quarter of Inishbofin Island, Connemara coast. Self guided.5Hrs

Walking the West Quarter of Inishbofin Island, Connemara coast. Self guided.5Hrs

Come explore magical Inishbofin (Island of the White Cow) off the coast of Connemara along the Wild Atlantic Way. Inishbofin has become the first Irish island to receive an international ecotourism award. This self-guided package Includes a return ferry to Inishboffin Island from Cleggan. Walk the short distance from the ferry to the hotel, and enjoy some delicious homemade soup and sandwiches while watching a short video about the island explaining the fascinating heritage, history and geology of the island in brief. Then go for an invigorating self-guided walk, with maps provided around the scenic Westquarter Loop. The island is a great place for bird watching and the corncrake can be heard here every year. After your walk, return to the hotel for some freshly brewed tea/coffee and homemade scones before either boarding the ferry back to the mainland or staying on the island
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$35.05
From
$35.05
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Cycling on Inishbofin Island, Connemara Coast. Self guided. Full Day.

Cycling on Inishbofin Island, Connemara Coast. Self guided. Full Day.

Inishbofin (Island of the White Cow) lies seven miles off Galway’s coast. This magical island is now a haven for tourism, farming and fishing. The island is 5.7km by 4km , which means that bikes are the ideal method of transport. On your arrival at the pier, choose your bike to hire and get ready to explore. (There is a daily ferry service all year round from the pier in Cleggan to Inishbofin.) Inishbofin has various cycling routes offering spectacular views of the island’s wild Atlantic scenery. There are several safe award-winning sandy beaches strewn with shells and with crystal clear water which make swimming, snorkelling and diving a joy. Inishbofin is a special area of conservation and a special area of protection. The island is a breeding area for many species of birds. The rarest or most threatened species breeding on the island at present are the Corncrake. It is estimated that Inishbofin was inhabited as far back as 8000-4000 B.C
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$19.38
per group
From
$19.38
per group
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Cycling on Inisheer Island, Aran Islands. Self Guided. Full Day.

Cycling on Inisheer Island, Aran Islands. Self Guided. Full Day.

Inis Oirr (Inisheer) is the smallest of the islands is characterized by its distinctive charm. A bike is the perfect way to explore this microcosm of traditional Irish life. .From the pier you are greeted with a pristine carpeted white sandy beach facing clear crystal turquoise water and plenty of fishing boats, their nets, and fisherman returning at the end of the day with their catch.The island is 3km by 3km wide with small hills and intricate little valley’s and is easily covered by foot or by bike. The walk to the lighthouse or the shipwreck of the Plassy is a wonderful experience where you feel the island with its diverse landscape unfold before your eyes. Inside the village you will find a strong local community still adhering to the traditional Irish way of life.The island features a traditional music bar which is has a nationwide reputation for the finest music and great night out. When traveling to Inis Oirr it is recommended that you organise accommodation prior to arriving.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$19.38
per group
From
$19.38
per group
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Cycling from Doolin, County Clare. Self guided. Full Day.

Cycling from Doolin, County Clare. Self guided. Full Day.

Cycling is a wonderful way to explore this picturesque area. Doolin is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way which boasts some of the most breath-taking scenery in Ireland and is a colourful and welcoming village ready to host you on your cycling stay. Doolin has a perfect location for visitors with many attractions within reach for cyclists. Located on the edge of the historic Burren in northwest county Clare, and within easy reach of the majestic Cliffs of Moher and the unique Aran Islands, Doolin’s dramatic landscape is breath-taking. At the Cliffs, you can take a clifftop walk breathing in the crisp, salty Atlantic air while appreciating the beautiful wildflowers, explore the rugged landscape by bike or go on an Atlantic cruise to appreciate the unique coastline from a different perspective. Doolin is also the home of traditional Irish music, with plenty of song and craic to be had each night.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$19.38
From
$19.38
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Scenic cruise of Corrib river & lake. Galway City. Guided. 1 ½ hours

Scenic cruise of Corrib river & lake. Galway City. Guided. 1 ½ hours

View breath-taking views of castles and other sites of historical and cultural interest. Lough Corrib is home to more than 1000 islands and is a haven to many marine and wildlife species.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$24.72
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$24.72
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E-Bike from Doolin, County Clare. Self guided. Full Day.

E-Bike from Doolin, County Clare. Self guided. Full Day.

Cycling is a wonderful way to explore this picturesque area. Doolin is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way which boasts some of the most breath-taking scenery in Ireland and is a colourful and welcoming village ready to host you on your cycling stay. Doolin has a perfect location for visitors with many attractions within reach for cyclists. Located on the edge of the historic Burren in northwest county Clare, and within easy reach of the majestic Cliffs of Moher and the unique Aran Islands, Doolin’s dramatic landscape is breath-taking. At the Cliffs, you can take a clifftop walk breathing in the crisp, salty Atlantic air while appreciating the beautiful wildflowers, explore the rugged landscape by bike or go on an Atlantic cruise to appreciate the unique coastline from a different perspective. Doolin is also the home of traditional Irish music, with plenty of song and craic to be had each night.
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  • 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
From
$69.77
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$69.77
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