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Connemara Coast provides the perfect setting for the ultimate wedding

On approaching the Connemara Coast Hotel surrounded by spectacular sea views and rugged landscapes, visitors cannot help but feel they are in a special place - tucked away in a picturesque and unspoilt part of Ireland yet but still only 10 minutes from Galway city.

Sailing club up for award

The Galway Bay Sailing Club has been shortlisted for one of sailing’s top awards in Ireland.

Over The Edge October reading

GALWAY ACTRESS Sarah O’Toole, poet Frank Dullaghan, and Margaret Brady will read at Over The Edge in the Galway City Library on Thursday October 31 at 6.30pm.

Medtronic workers turn to boxing for Galway Hospice

A special white collar boxing event in aid of the Galway Hospice Foundation takes place tomorrow evening in the Clayton Hotel (Friday March 15).

Aran Island Ferries go ‘down under’

Sally O’Brien of Aran Island Ferries – together with other leading tourism representatives from around the island of Ireland hit the road in Australia recently, joining Tourism Ireland for a week-long sales blitz to promote Ireland as a top holiday destination. Playing on the huge popularity of talent competitions right now, the theme of this year’s trade mission was “Ireland’s Got Talent”, with 15 of Ireland’s leading tourism operators joining Tourism Ireland ‘Down Under’. Their busy schedule saw them meet with hundreds of Aussie and New Zealander travel agents, tour operators and carriers, as well as influential media contacts in the cities of Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland.

The best seat in town

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No 11 Grattan Terrace has to be one of the only homes in Galway that offers stunning views of Galway Bay from every window in the house. Facing the Salthill Promenade, views of the bay must be seen in order to fully appreciate as you can see all of the bay, the Clare hills, and the Aran Islands.

The best seat in town

No 11 Grattan Terrace has to be one of the only homes in Galway that offers stunning views of Galway Bay from every window in the house. Facing the Salthill Promenade, views of the bay must be seen in order to fully appreciate as you can see all of the bay, the Clare hills, and the Aran Islands.

The Castle Hotel

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“An important addition to the accommodation for visitors in Galway is provided by the Castle Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated in Lower Abbeygate Street, opposite the Pro-Cathedral. The proprietors claim that it is not only the newest of Galway’s hotels, but it is also the most comfortable and central tourist, family, and commercial hotel in the city, and with this contention, many who stayed there would fully agree. The Castle Hotel is within a few minutes walk from the railway station and docks. It is fully licensed. Parties are catered for.”

A feast of indie-rock’s finest at Underground Live!

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MIRAKIL WHIP, 21 Outs, and an intriguing new musician called ODi are just some of the acts who will be play the next Underground Live! gigs in De Burgo’s.

Light bonfires to welcome Volvo Ocean Race to Galway

Coastal communities in Galway and Clare are being called on to light bonfires to greet the fleet of 70 yachts that will sail into Galway Bay as part of the Volvo Ocean Race.

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