Wild Atlantic Way

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Live Like a Local With Our Fisherman’s Fab Five!

Along the 1,600 mile long coastal route of west Ireland, that is the Wild Atlantic Way, discover Galway, the mid-point. Galway, where the power of the Atlantic ocean has carved out a rugged and deeply rich terrain – mountains, cliffs, islands, beaches and of course the famous Galway Bay. 

Experience the outstanding views of the Burren to the south, the Aran Islands to the west and the Connemara mountains to the north, from the best viewpoint – out on Galway Bay.  No trip to Galway is complete without one of our tours, but let us show you our city from the eyes of a local and give you our fisherman’s fab five on things to do and where to eat in Galway and beyond!

Fisherman’s Fab Five – Things To Do

We love being a tourist in our home town, there is so much to do within a days journey. Be it by car, bike or bus you can quickly switch to holiday mode for an hour, an afternoon or take off for the whole day. 

Here are some of our favourites;

  1. Connemara Horse Trek with Moycullen Riding Centre
  2. Cycle the Aran Islands with Aran Islands Ferries
  3. Adrenaline Rush at Bay Sports Athlone
  4. Relax with Nature in Kylemore Abbey & Walled Garden
  5. Walk the Prom in The Village, Salthill

Fisherman’s Fab Five – Food and Drink

Not sure if it’s the sea air or just those male genetics but I am always hungry and love my food as much as I love my cupán tae. In fact, there is a pizza named after the Oliver’s – try it! Whether its for breakfast, lunch or dinner there are some brilliant places to eat, all while watching my beloved sea come and go. 

These are some of our favourite places to hang out;

  1. ‘Mackeen Oliver’ Pizza & Pints at Monroe’s Tavern
  2. Tea & Scones down in Katie’s Claddagh Cottage 
  3. Seafood Platter Lunch in Galway Seafoods Deli
  4. Coffee & Croissant outside Claddagh’s Gourmet Tart, 
  5. Take Away Picnic Lunch from Salthill’s Ground & Co

Claddagh, our home, is an ancient fishing village made famous worldwide for the Claddagh Ring and the Galway Hooker. It sits right in the heart of the vibrant and friendly Galway City, where the river Corrib meets Galway Bay. 

Many attractions and sights around the City and into the country side are accessible within a day’s journey. We hope you appreciate and enjoy all Galway has to offer as much as we do!

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Discover the Wild Atlantic Way

Did you ever go across the sea to Ireland, if only at the closing of our day, just to see again the moonlight over Claddagh and watch the sun go down on Galway Bay.