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The Claddagh fishing village was a unique settlement which developed outside the walls of medieval Galway which traditionally elected its own mayor, or king.
I'm from Galway, living in the Galway, working in the Galway, & loving Galway! I work in St. Anthony's & Claddagh Credit Union on Mainguard Street (I'm the face behind its social media) & each day you don't know what great things will be happening as you walk up town at lunch. There is always something to see!
Galway Bay Boat tours are a family run boating business from the Claddagh that offer guided boat tours on Galway Bay for small-medium sized groups. The sailing and fishing traditions of the area have been part of the Oliver family for generations, and provding this service from the city.
Finding a bungalow in Galway is difficult, finding a bungalow in turnkey condition in one of Galway's most sought after areas is rarer still. No 6 St Dominick's Road, Claddagh, is a stunning, spacious, end of terrace bungalow which was reconstructed and extended in 2005 to a very high standard.
A unique, hand-painted jigsaw featuring five Kings of the Claddagh sailing past the Long Walk in a Galway Hooker will be unveiled in Claddagh National School this Friday, April 7 at 10am.
No 4 Upper Fairhill Road is a very special property, situated in this most sought after location of The Claddagh, between Salthill on one side and the River Corrib on the other, linked to the Spanish Arch by a short stroll over Wolfe Tone Bridge. The property is also within walking distance of a wide variety of amenities including schools, church, shops, restaurants, bars, and leisure facilities.
A queue outside No 6 St Dominick’s Road, The Claddagh, on Saturday gave some indication of the interest Colleran auctioneers has seen in this beautiful bungalow.
A queue outside 6 St Dominick's Road, the Claddagh on Saturday gave some indication of the interest Colleran Auctioneers have in this beautiful bungalow. Described by many as a real gem, this three bedroom, end of terrace bungalow was totally reconstructed and extended only 12 years ago to a very high standard, which is immediately obvious on viewing.
“The only occupation is fishing; they never trouble themselves with tillage; a milch cow and a potatoe garden are rare among them ------, then on shore they are principally employed in attending to, and repairing their boats, sails, rigging, cordage etc .., and in making, drying or repairing their nets and spillets, in which latter employment they are generally assisted by the women who spin hemp and yarn for the nets ....
Colleran Auctioneers is selling a special property on Salthill promenade. Not only does it offer breathtaking views of Galway Bay from sunrise to sunset, but it is located in the Claddagh, one of Galway's most sought after locations.