The Connemara day tour takes you to the wild west of Ireland. Experience its lakes, mountains and bogs where the traditions of yesteryear are still very much a part of daily life. This scenic country tour includes a visit to the Glengowla mines, a photo stop at the romantic Kylemore Abbey, a 90 minutes boat cruise on the Killary fjord in summer or traditional sheepdog trials and turf cutting in winter.
DEPART : 6:30am ( Arrive 10 mins before )
Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street – MAP HERE
Adult – €55
Student (13-16) / Senior – €50
Children (5-12) – €27.50
Infants (0-4) – Free
Connemara is located in Ireland’s beautiful west with unique and breathtaking scenery. On one side you have the Wild Atlantic Ocean and on the other the majestic mountain ranges of the Twelve Bens and Maumturk. Connemara has enchanted visitors for generations giving them cherished memories for many years to come.
Experience the Connemara tour with our legendary tour guides. Their charming characters and fun loving attitudes will ensure you have plenty of ‘craic’ on this memorable and unforgettable journey through what is arguably Ireland’s most scenic landscape.
Located along Ireland’s ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ Connemara is a place to discover the local flora and fauna and the intriguing history and mythology of this beautiful area. Prepared to be mesmerized by the beauty surrounding you and be left speechless on this fantastic one day tour to Ireland’s Wild West.
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Two tours in two days. Day 1 was the Cliffs of Moher which were just as spectacular as described in brochures. The visitor centre is centrally located between two short cliff walks however most visitors choose to follow the trails outside of the boundaries of the attraction, this will certainly take more than the allotted 90 minute visit time even for the fit and nimble but the scenery is well worth it.
Day 2 was Wild Connemara which included Kylemore Abbey and Killary Fiord. The abbey has a fascinating (and romantic) history and a discounted entrance fee is available if you provide your driver’s name at the gate. The 90 minute cruise on the Killary Fiord travels past many mussel farms but the chilly air in May kept most tourists huddled inside the cafeteria. I’ll bet that outside deck space would be hard to find in warmer weather!