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The coastal scenery about and beyond the Old Coastguard Station is magnificent. Rich in prehistoric remains,the peninsula, which forms the northern shore of Ballynakill Bay, is renowned for its beaches, its game fishing off the coast or fly fishing for trout or salmon in the lakes, walking the beaches or hills and the fabulous simmer sunset.
Tully Village derives its name from An Tulach, the hill to the south of Tully Lough, and has a full range of services, filling station, shops and pubs. Just 5 kilometres away is Letterfrack with further pubs, hotels and restaurants. Letterfrack is the home of the Connemara National Park. The Park covers some 2.000 hectares of scenic countryside, rich in wildlife on the slopes of the Twelve Beans.
Attractions include exhibitions, nature trails, audio- visual show. In addition there is a summer programme of walks, talks and special events for younger visitors
The Property is 98 km from the regional Capital of West, Galway city with its mainline road, rail and air connections and substantial cultural, commercial and retail activities.
Clifden town â€˜the Capital of Connemaraâ€™ is 20km distance oozing history, heritage, culture & traditions of Irish Music and Dance. This vibrant town has an array of shops ranging from quality gifts, souvenir, sweaters, to fashionable boutiques, antique shops and art galleries. There are many cosy coffee shops, bakery, pubs that are genuine 'quaint-Irish' to the more trendy where entertainment is plentiful with traditional, modern music and dance. Clifden has a reputation for the West's 'Gourmet Capital' â€“ it has the finest of restaurants from fine dining to pub food.
Places to visit in Connemara
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