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Rent an electric bike to explore Ireland’s rugged Wild Atlantic Way. The day-long rental from Clifden allows you to cover more ground with less effort, meaning you take in more of the area’s scenery, sights, and seafood in one leisurely outing. Cycle along the famous Bog Road, explore fishing villages like Cleggan, or pedal to the ruins of Clifden Castle. A helmet, lock, map, and plenty of local tips are included.
Enjoy a flexible itinerary and the ability to move at your own pace on this private guided tour of Connemara. Your dedicated guide will ensure you have a personalized experience, answering questions and stopping at sites that interest you. This full-day tour from Galway is completely flexible and customized to you and your group.
The Wild Atlantic Way is one of Ireland’s most popular sightseeing routes and the most adventurous way to explore is by bike. Pedal your way along the coast on a self-guided tour; enjoy spectacular views of the Twelve Bens mountains and the Connemara National Park; or stop at Clifden Castle, Omey Beach, or Cleggan village.
Visit one of Ireland's six national parks, Connemara National Park, and enjoy a lunch at the park's tea room during this self-guided tour, including entrance fees. While there, choose between four hikes, ranging in distance of 0.3 miles (0.5 kilometers) to 2.3 miles (3.7 kilometers). If you choose to hike to the top of Diamond Hill, you can catch sights of the village of Letterfrack and Twelve Bens.
There are ample opportunities for hiking in the Connemara National Park, but a self-guided tour means you can explore at your own pace and spend more time admiring the scenery. Browse the exhibitions at the Connemara National Park Visitor Centre, enjoy hiking the many nature trails, and take in the views from Diamond Hill, then tuck into a tasty 2-course lunch at the Connemara Tea Rooms (included).
Our hands-on workshop tour offers a unique opportunity to come behind the scenes into our glass studio, and see how our art is created, from raw materials to finished product. You will have the option to cut a piece of glass yourself.
You will visit our kilns, and receive printed materials with details on the glass making process.
Every attendant will also receive a fused glass coaster.
The wild landscapes of the Connemara National Park make a stunning backdrop for a hike, but visiting with a private guide means you can learn more about the natural ecosystems and wildlife. On this private full-day tour, explore the bogs and forests of the Connemara National Park, stroll along deserted beaches, and admire views of Croagh Patrick mountain.
The Connemara National Park is a popular place to spot wild deer and this private 3-hour viewing safari will maximize your chances. Accompanied by an expert guide, explore the bogs, heaths, and woodlands in a 4x4; learn more about Connemara’s unique wildlife; and admire red deer in their natural habitat.
In the early dawn, set out to track the Wild Red Deer in its natural habitat of scenic mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. Fully guided. Available all year round. Min 1 max 4 pax. Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability IMPORTANT: A voucher will be supplied after booking with departure times, departure point, directions and details. Please print out and bring with you to validate Children must be accompanied by an adult Subject to favorable weather conditions. If cancelled due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund Adult pricing applies to all travelers Not wheelchair accessible Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
Explore nature walks in scenic Connemara National Park on the Wild Atlantic Way. The park covers 2.957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. The park's mountains are part of the famous 12 Bens mountain range.
Entrance to the park is free. At the visitor centre view a fascinating exhibition on the Connemara landscape. A variety of safe and easy trail options are available for the whole family to enjoy, with more challenging tracks &trails for walkers, ranging from 0.5kms to 5kms.
Come see the world famous Connemara pony. The birdlife is varied and includes Meadow pipits, skylarks, stonechats, chaffinches, robins and wrens. Birds of prey and wild red deer can be seen occasionally too.
Lunch is at the Tea Room, situated in the park, consisting of delicious soup of the day, with homemade brown bread, plus a freshly made sandwich (plain or toasted), with 2 fillings of your choice, tea or coffee and a chocolate.
This is a self-guided tour.
Take off from Clifden, and choose from a variety of routes to see what you’d like to most with this tour that includes e-bike and helmet rental, as well as maps to help you stay on the right path. This self-guided adventure around Ireland’s famous Wild Atlantic Way allows you to see the landing site of the first trans-Atlantic flight, the former castle of the pirate queen Grace O’Malley, the charming fishing village of Cleggan, or Clifden Castle.
See whichever side of Connemara you want on this self-guided cycling tour around the region. Instead of getting trapped in a tour bus and following a rigid itinerary, pick up your bicycle and head to the places you want to see. You can choose to follow one of the recommended routes, which will take you to beaches, historical landmarks, charming villages and scenic lookouts, or you can customize it as you want, based on your own interests.