Clonbur is a Gaeltacht village in Co Galway. It sits between Lough Corrib and Lough Mask, close to the border with Co Mayo. Two kilometres to the west rises Mount Gable where, according to legend, the hordes of Firbolg gathered on the hilltop before their clash with the Tuatha Dé Danann at the Battle of Moytura. Clonbur also contains the ruins of Petersburgh Estate, seat of the Lynch family, one of whose members John Lynch, was a signatory of the American Declaration of Independence. It more recent times it was home to the Guinness family. Other local attractions include Ross Hill Abbey, Ballykine Castle, Lough Coolin and Mount Gable while fishing, golfing, hill walking, cycling and forest walks are all popular in the area. Local amenities include a church, national school, HSE primary care centre, supermarket, pubs, gift shop and post office.