Search Results for 'West Coast'

182 results found.

How to find the best beaches on the Wild Atlantic Way

image preview

The sun is shining, and it’s natural to want to head to the beach. But, how do you find the right beach for you? The Atlantic Way Explorer app will guide you to your perfect choice, Blue Flag beaches, the hidden wonders, and of course the best beaches for surfing and diving.

A renaissance for the French Institute

image preview

Founded in 2005 by Brigitte Demay O'Carroll, the French Institute is well established as the place to learn French and experience the French culture in Galway. The institute operates from the Bridge Mills, an 18th century mill situated in the heart of Galway city. Traditionally offering in-person group and individual classes, the institute transitioned to online classes during the pandemic. This online offering proved to be successful and will be maintained, alongside in-person classes, as the institute prepares for the autumn season.

A must see home on the shores of Lough Corrib

image preview

Oughterard, on the shores of Lough Corrib, is a delightful historic village situated right at the gateway to the beautiful Connemara mountains.

Ultra Cyclists back in the saddle again for charity

image preview

The Ultra Cyclists are once again gearing up to undertake a ultra cycling challenge to raise funds for three mental health charities – Mindspace Mayo, Turn2me and Make the Moove, a Macra na Feirme mental health initiative.

No holidays for over a year but west is still fave for majority of people

It has been well over a year since most of the people living in Ireland have taken a much-needed holiday. According to new research commissioned by Europcar Mobility Group Ireland, 52% of Connacht people have not taken a break since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Divisional cups kick-off this weekend

image preview

Cup fever continues on the Mayo League front this weekend; after the season kicking off last weekend with the opening round of the Super Cups, this weekend it is the turn of the divisional cup competitions to get up and running.

The Dún Aengus

image preview

The first steamer service to the Aran Islands began almost 150 years ago, in 1872, with a paddle tug called The Citie of the Tribes. She was operated by the Galway Steamship Company and was also used to tow barques and other sailing vessels to and from Galway port.

Multi Million Euro investment for Westport House Estate and Gardens

image preview

Michael Ring TD has confirmed that Westport House Estate and Gardens has been awarded a significant funding investment of €20.2 million by Fáilte Ireland.

O’Donnellan & Joyce live stream auction from the comfort of your own home

Tomorrow, Friday, at 12 noon, Colm O’Donnellan of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers will take to the podium at his live stream property auction. The live stream event is available for all to watch on the company website and its social media platforms. The auction commences at 12 noon and features more than 40 select properties from along the west coast and indeed throughout the sunny southeast.

National Museum of Ireland invites Mayo people to take part in memory project

image preview

The National Museum of Ireland (NMI) - Country Life - is inviting people in Mayo with memories of boats and boat building in their community, to submit their stories to an online archive of Irish heritage.

 

Page generated in 0.0511 seconds.