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Eblana Travel offers various self-guided walking and cycling tours on the Camino Frances. You can choose an individual stage, a couple of stages, or the whole route from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela.
Established in Asturias, northern Spain in 2001, GoEuroLanguage offers Spanish language programmes to local Galway students.
Established in Asturias, northern Spain, in 2001, GoEuroLanguage offers Spanish language programmes to Galway students. One of the co-founders is a native of Galway, where the company runs English courses for Spanish students, and the other co-founder is a native of Avilés where it runs summer course for Irish students.
Established in Asturias, northern Spain, in 2001, GoEuroLanguage offers Spanish language programmes to Galway students. One of the co- founders is a native of Galway, where the company runs English courses for Spanish students, and the other co- founder is a native of Avilés where it runs summer course for Irish students.
Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation is looking for walking and adventure enthusiasts to embark on the first stage of The Camino de Santiago. On April 26 2014, travel with them for one week to France and northern Spain to trek one of the oldest pilgrim routes in the world – El Camino de Santiago de Compostela.
There was a great turnout at the inaugural Join the Camino information evening in the Portwest Bridge Street store, Westport.
Would you go to the end of the world to help someone? That’s the challenge being posed by a new west of Ireland initiative.
If you are looking for somewhere to have a Christmassy lunch with family or colleagues, there is a little place in Galway that I can recommend to you, Blazers Bar & Bistro. It is set apart from the hustle and bustle of the city, part of The Ardilaun hotel and yet but a stroll from either Salthill or the city centre. This tranquil setting, with beautifully landscaped gardens is a little a gem.
In these challenging economic times, two Irish health charities, Croí, the local heart and stroke charity and The Alzheimer Society of Ireland and have come together to jointly promote a fundraising trek along the famed pilgrim path of the Camino de Santiago de Compostela.
Fling, an Irish band combining traditional, bluegrass and rock, will play Monroes as part of the Galway Sessions on Wednesday June 13. With influences as diverse as Planxty and Led Zeppelin, the band have made a huge mark on the national and international scene. They have taken their live act to festivals such as Electric Picnic, Body and Soul, the White Horse Sessions, and the Galway Americana Festival.