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Top Rated Attracties in Galway

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Renville Park

Situated about twenty minutes' drive from Galway city and close to the village of Oranmore, Renville Park surrounds a magnificent 16th century estate. The grounds include a network of trails and walks through woodlands, providing spectacular views of the sea and of counties Clare and Galway.The variety of flora includes several tree varieties, wild flowers, shrubs and old creeping ivy. Local fauna incorporates otter, heron, curlew and raven. The park has picnic areas with barbeque facilities (bring your own charcoal) and a children's play area. Open all year round, this park makes for a great family day out.

Aillwee Caves

Considered to be among Ireland's oldest caves, the Aillwee Caves is set within The Burren's limestone landscape and is among the top attractions of the area. This combined with its Birds of Prey Centre, it is a fascinating place for nature lovers. Get enthralled by its stunning underworld that looks straight from a fantasy movie. This show cave though dates back to thousands of years, was only found in 1944 by a farmer. Opened to the public since 1976, you can explore its underground waterfalls, frozen falls, hidden chambers and strange rock formations. Check out their gift shop or enjoy some baked goodies at their tearoom. Sit in the terrace of the mountain and take in the unrivaled vistas. Don't miss their dairy where you can watch how they make their famous cheese. If you want a linked tour with the Birds of Prey, the prices vary.

Galway Atlantaquaria

Galway's only aquarium has been a great success with the public, especially with children. Indigenous fresh and seawater species can be seen in re-created habitats. Through the reinforced glass you can watch a variety of sea life, including conger eels, trout and the amicable thornback ray. The shark enthusiast can view spur dog, bull huss and tope varieties. Afterwards, unwind at the Lighthouse Café and wander through the Mermaid Giftshop. The Atlantaquarium provides an adventurous and enjoyable family day out.

Lough Corrib

A trip to Connemara is not complete without a cruise around Lough Corrib. This lovely lake is one of Ireland's largest bodies of water. Stop at Inchagoil Island and visit the restored 12th century church there. Sir Benjamin Guinness restored this building in the 19th century, and created pathways through the woods all over the island. The island itself was once part of the Guinness estate, which also included Ashford Castle, now a famous hotel. Boats depart for the lough from the Galway side of Oughterard.

Coole Park

This thriving nature reserve is a popular tourist attraction and is favored by those with an appreciation for Ireland's natural beauty. Coole Park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, especially birds. The park is also noted for its turloughs and wetlands, forming a complex ecological system that is both rare and beautiful. There is plenty to enjoy at the park including an 18th-century walled garden, several marked trails, and a visitor center that is open seasonally. Favored by nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and tourists alike, Coole Park is treasured local attraction.

Salthill Beach

Visit the cold waters of the Salthill Beach in the sun-soaked summers of Galway. Comprised of small mini-beaches that are separated by outcrops, Salthill has both soft-sanded as well as pebbly beaches. Moderately crowded throughout the year, especially during the Irish summers, this beach is ideal for fun-filled family outings, picnicking and other water-sports such as diving and snorkeling. The Salthill Promenade makes a lovely path for an evening stroll, while offering enviable views of the beach. Come here for the famous Volvo Ocean Race in early July and stay through the summer for more adventures in and around town.

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