Connemara Locations

We can take you on a guided tour through Louisburgh which is the focal point of an area some 450 square miles in extent, stretching from Killary Fiord to the South, to the Owenree River to the North, and from the coast to the Erriff valley in the East. 

The first non-stop transatlantic flight by Alcock and Brown started in Newfoundland and ended in a remote bog at Errislannan in Connemara in the west coast of Ireland. Some of the visitors to Erislannan have described it as being bleak and dreary, most enjoy the beautiful scenery as a 'Special Amenity Area'. You can judge for yourself on your guided tour of Connemara.

Our chauffeurs can guide you to Aughnanure Castle which is one of well over 200 Tower Houses in County Galway built by large, wealthy, land-owning families, mainly of Gaelic but some of Old English (Anglo-Norman) stock.  Tower Houses are fortified residences and were places of power and control over the surrounding lands.  We recommend a visit to Aughnanure Castle on your guided tour of Connemara

Your guided tour brings you to Letterfrack (Leitir Fraic in Irish from"Leitir" meaning rough hillside and perhaps from the Old Irish word "Fraig" meaning woman or "Fraoch" (meaning heather) is a small village founded by the Quakers in the mid-19th century. It is situated 15 km northeast of Clifden on Barnaderg Bay and lies at the head of Ballinakill harbor.

Lettermullen (Irish language: Leitir Mealláin ) is a small island on the west coast of Ireland in Connemara, situated approximately 36 miles from Galway City. Located at the far western end of Galway Bay, Lettermullen is the western-most of three islands. It is a cul de sac but our chauffeurs will gladly guide you through a part of "real" Connemara

On the west coast of Ireland, Galway city sits on the River Corrib and is small compared to other cities. It is a young and vibrant place, yet ancient and historic. It is generally agreed that Galway was named after the river, which was known until relatively recently as the Galway River rather than the Corrib River.

We recommend that you ask your chauffeur to bring you to Cong on your guided tour of Connemara.  The Gaelic name for Cong, Cunga Feichin, is very informative and revealing. Cung means a narrow strip of land and is situated on a narrow isthmus of cavernous limestone between Lough Mask and Lough Corrib.

Quite a number of people are of the opinion that "Connemara" and "Connemara National Park" are the same. When you take a Guided Tour you will soon realize the difference.  Connemara National Park covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands, and woodlands. Some of the Park's mountains, namely Benbaun, Bencullagh, Benbrack, and Muckanaght, are part of the famous Twelve Bens or Beanna Beola range. 

Croagh Patrick is a place of ancient history, Patrick's sacred mountain, is a rich vein of archaeological heritage. It is situated five miles from the picturesque town of Westport and the mountain's conical shape soars majestically above the surrounding countryside.  Ask your chauffeur to bring you there on your Guided Tour with us.

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"We spent a wonderful day with Jim and are still raving about all we saw and did, as Jim showed us so many fabulous places. Your day will be very well spent if you can schedule Jim to show you this beautiful section of Ireland!"

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