Search Results for 'Killary Harbour'

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Little Fox with big ideas

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As far as dining out goes we have the cyber diners, those among us who obsessively watch social media, hoping to be the first to get a taste of the latest new restaurant opening. There are the traditionalists who are entirely committed to a favourite restaurant, spending every special occasion meal there, from birthdays to date nights and all family gatherings. Then there are the increasing numbers of destination diners, serious food lovers who think nothing of travelling overnight just for a meal — throwing a toothbrush in a bag and driving across the country for dinner at the latest ‘hot’ chef’s restaurant, no matter how obscure the location.

Stunning period property overlooking Killary Fjord

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Keane Mahony Smith is offering a magnificent historic property in Leenane, located at the junction of the Westport road and the Louisbourg road, directly overlooking Killary Fjord.

From skullduggery to a fishing industry

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We know very little about manmade piers and quays along the western seaboard before the beginning of the 19th century, when a lavish programme of safe harbours were built not only to encourage fishing, but as relief programmes in times of distress. It was also an attempt to replace the activities of piracy and smuggling with an industry based on the believed bounty from the sea.

New, unique and fun for all - One taste and you're HOOKED!

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Hooked on Henry Sreet's new refurb has it all. With its clean nautical vibe, Ali and Nuisin have brought their customers back to where it all began, with the mermaid, which is featured very subtly around the restaurant. The Hooked adventure starts on on the paved coastline of Galway's West End, right next door to its eldest sibling - Ali's Fish Market which previously named mermaid.

Fab fortieth Westport Arts Festival starts next week

The 40th Westport Arts Festival kicks off next Wednesday, September 30, and this year’s festival features an eclectic mix of events for all ages across all art forms. The literary programme for this year’s festival includes the award-winning writer, John Banville, whose novel, The Sea, won the Man Booker Prize. There will also be readings from Donal Ryan, Martin Dyar, Geraldine Mills, and Orfhlaith Foyle. Dr Eimear O’Connor, art historian and author and curator, will give a presentation on Seán Keating and the Art of the Rebellion. The winners of the festival’s Poetry Competition will be announced at a special prize-giving evening of poetry and music in The Creel, featuring writer and singer-songwriter, Orlagh de Bhaldraithe.

650,000 French read about Connemara and the Aran Islands in popular travel magazine

A major article showcasing Connemara, the Aran Islands and the Wild Atlantic Way features in the August edition of Grands Reportages magazine, a popular French travel magazine with about 650,000 readers or potential holidaymakers for Galway and the west of Ireland.

 

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