Killary Fjord – take it all in on a relaxing boat tour

When visiting Connemara we have often stopped off at Leenane (or Leenaun) to take in the stunning views of the Killary Harbour.  The harbour is a 16km long fjord stretching out to the Atlantic Ocean and it forms a natural border between the counties of Galway and Mayo. At it’s deepest, Killary Fjord is about 45 metres deep and it’s sheltered waters make it an important habitat for marine mammals and other wildlife. Read More

Cupán Tae Galway – A Taste of Nostalgia

As soon as you walk through the door of Cupan Tae in Galway’s Latin Quarter, it’s like stepping back in time. From the decor, the music, the fine china and the beautifully presented and delicious food, Cupan Tae has charm by the bucket load…or teapot full in this case!Read More

Clifden Castle – A Beautiful Ruin not to be Missed

I’ve been to Clifden before but have no memory of ever visiting Clifden Castle. I’m not sure how I missed it but when I returned recently, I wasn’t going to let it happen again! Though Clifden Castle is sadly an abandoned ruin now, much of the exterior is largely intact and it remains very impressive. Read More