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Welcome to Ireland West Taxis & Tours. Providers of Airport Transfers & Taxis from Knock Airport, Dublin Airport & Shannon Airport. We also specialise in private day Tours of the west of Ireland and the Wild Atlantic Way. …

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We were staying for three nights at Ashford Castle with a transfer from Knock Airport. After our arrival, an 8 seater taxi was waiting for us and whisked our party to Ashford. We had booked a drive to a seaside restaurant near Galway and Damien quickly showed us his skills as a tour guide. always interesting and informative about the local area and history. A return guide through Connemara was so impressive, couldn't have been more scenic. Such a memorable day, we would all thoroughly recommend Damien for transfers and scenic tours

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Excellent,professional,prompt,very reasonably prices 24 hour Taxi service

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Days Tours in the West of Ireland

Our experienced driver will take you to the most scenic spots in the west of Ireland 

Cliffs of Moher Tours

One of the most popular day tours in the west of Ireland is the Cliffs of Moher tour. 

Connemara Tour

Another popular day tour option is the Connemara tour, which takes visitors to the rugged and remote Connemara region. 

Aran Islands Day Tour

For history buffs, the day tour to the Aran Islands is a must-do. The Aran Islands are a group of three islands off the coast of Galway 

The Burren Tour

The Burren is another popular destination for our day tours. 

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Our general taxi services are perfect for locals and visitors alike. 

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We provide a range of services, including airport transfers, chauffeur services, day tours, and general taxi services. our fully licensed and insured drivers will make sure you have a comfortable and safe journey., we’re specialized in providing a high quality service.

At Taxi West Ireland, we understand the importance of reliable and professional transportation. We provide an efficient and comfortable taxi service for both locals and visitors. Our fully licensed driver and insured van ensure your safety and comfort. We accept credit card payments, making your journey even more convenient.

Our services include airport transfers, chauffeur services, day tours, and general taxi services. Whether you need transportation for business or pleasure, we have you covered. Our experienced driver will take you to your destination safely and efficiently. 

We provide an efficient and comfortable Chauffeur services for both locals and visitors. Our fully licensed drivers ensures your safety and comfort. We can also accept credit card payments, making your journey even more convenient.

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  • (8.42 mi) Cill Aodain Court Hotel
  • (8.03 mi) Park Hotel Kiltimagh
  • (5.37 mi) Deerpark Manor Bed & Breakfast
  • (5.67 mi) The Gateway Hotel Swinford
  • (9.86 mi) Coill Dara House B&B
  • (3.62 mi) Susie's Bistro
  • (3.04 mi) June's Tea Rooms And Home Bakery
  • (9.45 mi) The Cottage
  • (5.72 mi) The Gateway Hotel
  • (9.32 mi) Cafe le Cheile

The Tour that doesn't rush you . . .

See it your way . . ., we go where the buses don't . . ., we have all the time in the world . . ., you choose when and where to stop . . ., get off the beaten track . . ..

You dearly would love to be chauffeured through the historic, enchanting, and scenic West of Ireland on a guided tour. You want to experience and enjoy places on the Wild Atlantic Way like Kylemore Abbey, The Ring of Kerry, Sky Road, Connemara, Clifden, Famine Memorial, Roundstone, Connemara National Park, Dingle Peninsula. 

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You're "Free as a Bird" Tell us what you would like to see and do and we will work out an itinerary with you. While we have sample Tours like "The Stroller" and "Ultimate Connemara" etc. most of the tours that we do are actually tailored and personalized to suit you, the customer.

My name is Jim Parslow and I am a native of Galway.  I am the founder, owner, and general manager of 'Ireland West Tours', and I have been chauffeuring people like you on guided tours along the Wild Atlantic Way for many years.

"Paul Hehir, our driver was the most pleasurable person to drive throughout Ireland with. If you asked me for just one word to describe Paul, it is Excellent, but my husband and I know he went beyond excellent."

Chiquita Coyne, Mexico

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Satisfying the customer 

Over the years we have had several compliments on our drivers from many of our satisfied customers. Click on the link to "Tripadvisor" below to read, in full, the reviews of some of our many happy customers.

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"Paul seemed to know just the right amount of time to stop and see things and was very knowledgable and interesting. Even though we had a long day, we wish it lasted longer and felt like we were saying goodbye to a friend when he dropped us off."

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We do not have an actual Booking Form as we have learned from experience that nearly all our customers will have many queries relating to their specific requirements. We answer queries by E-Mail but will also phone you if requested. Just let us know your Phone number and Time Zone. We will be delighted to help you to plan your Tour so that you get to see and do what you want to see and do! Complete our Contact Form and we will start planning your tour with you.

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Excellent service. Competitively priced. Drivers reliable, friendly and helpful. Will use again and... read more

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A resounding thumbs up for Damien and his drivers. We have been using Ireland West Taxis regularly... read more

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My boyfriend and I had a great experience traveling across Ireland with Ireland west taxis this week. We are too young to rent a car, and we had planned to drive from Galway down to Dingle, so I contacted Damien and he was absolutely wonderful to work with. He was very professional, and they were even early to pick us up. We had a wonderful time driving down the wild Atlantic way, and to the Cliffs of Moher with his colleague Brendan. Overall I’ll give it 5 stars, couldn’t ask for a more lovely, and fairly priced experience.

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Thank you for your wonderful review. Im glad you enjoyed your trip to the Cliffs of Moher and Dingle and hopefully you'll keep us in mind for all future trips to Ireland. Regards Damien.

1st class service from door to door. Met us at the airport, driver waiting with name placard. Took away all the stress of looking for taxi would highly recommend.

Thank you for your wonderful review. Hopefully you will keep us in mind for future trips to and from Ireland West Airport knock. Regards Damien

Excellent service . I book weekly for our Company for a corporate client and it is so easy to book on line , give details and they never fails they are always there on time . Such a professional service would highly recommend .

Just returned from visiting west coast of Ireland. Pre booked taxi with Ireland West Taxi. Highly recommend using this company. We arrived earlier than expected at airport and called Damien who arranged to have another taxi for us. Great communication via email and phone . I’ll have no hesitation in using this company going forward . 👍

Thank you for your wonderful review. Hopefully you'll keep us in mind for all future trips to the west of Ireland. Regards Damien.

My husband and I holidayed in County Mayo very recently and needed to get to the Belmullet area from Knock Airport. We considered hiring a car but were so very pleased to discover the fantastic service being offered by Ireland West Taxis. Damien the owner answered our emails promptly and efficiently which gave us much confidence. We were delighted to be met at Knock Airport by our driver PJ who drove us to our destination. On our return journey Damien was ready and waiting for us when we arrived at the pick up point. The service was simply excellent and we would have no hesitation in recommending Damien and his company.

Hey guys. Thank you for your wonderful review. Hopefully you'll keep us in mind for all future trips to the west of Ireland. Regards Damien.

Initially I thought it was a great idea taxi men running their own services, but now I’ve gotten a phone call being charged with a taxi fare from two weeks ago when the taxi driver was the one who had said its paid for when it wasn’t. It was on my account but my boyfriend got the taxi and now we’re being made pay the €30 ?? I understand accidents happen and we pay for taxis we didn’t try not pay, I just think the taxi man who made the mistake should pay the fare Seeing as we done nothing wrong and had the money then but don’t now. Never again gonna support this app absolute joke.

Hi Karen. Thank you for taking time to write this review. Its a shame that you didn't take the time to make sure that you were reviewing the correct company. I have been closed since the 16th of March due to the current pandemic and we have only reopened on the 1st of August and you can imagine my disappointment to login to my TripAdvisor account to discover a review for a service I didn't provide. Also I see you said you have an account with that taxi company and you booked through their app. We don't provide accounts for passengers and we certainly don't have a App for bookings. Also I can confirm that I never had a conversation with you regarding a outstanding balance of €30. Anyhow I think that your issue with what ever company you used was with the fact that you had to pay for a service that they provided you with and even they don't deserve a bad review as you didn't seem to have a issue with the service it was just the fact you were asked to pay for the service they provided. Regards Damien

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LIMERICK CITY TAXIS

Experience the breathtaking beauty of West Ireland from the comfort and warmth of your own personal taxi

If you are planning a visit to the rugged beauty of the West Coast of Ireland to visit the many stunning tourist sites that lie dotted along the historic coastline, what better way than with your own taxi tour? Limerick Taxi offers a range of tours, full day and half day, so you can enjoy the beautiful coastline, the ancient castles and monuments, and the many stunning landscapes and vistas that this part of Ireland offers, hassle free.

With one of our bespoke taxi tours, you can explore the Wild Atlantic Way, vibrant Limerick and the River Shannon, quaint Killarney with its 19th Century Architecture, bustling Galway, the festival capital of Ireland and all the surrounding areas.

Please contact us to plan your own unique itinerary.

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Why book a taxi tour with us?

By booking a tour with Limerick Taxi, you can save yourself the trouble of hiring a car, negotiating the winding narrow roads and save yourself the stress of planning your route and finding your way from place to place.

Just let our professional and friendly drivers pick you up directly from your hotel and take you on your own unique tour of West Ireland’s most famous tourist attractions.

Let the driver take the strain so you can just sit back and enjoy the majestic beauty of the West Ireland coastline from the warmth of one of our comfortable taxis.

Personal, Local Guide

With Limerick Taxi, you get a driver who is also your guide, filling you in on all the history and information about the area, providing you with priceless local knowledge that you won’t find in any guidebook.

Your friendly, experienced local driver will also be able to show you the hidden gems of the area, places that are off the beaten track that you wouldn’t know about without their local knowledge.

You can book your tour directly through the website.

Please get in contact if you have specific destinations in mind, and we will work out the perfect itinerary for you. Tours can be booked for a full day or for a half day .

How to book with us

Contact us through the website, and we will be in touch right away., together, we create your own unique itinerary so you get to choose the destinations you really want to visit., pay through the website and leave the rest to us..

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One of our friendly drivers will pick you up from your accommodation, escort you on your tour, offering you priceless information and guidance about the sights, and then deliver you safely back to your door.

Check out some examples of our tours:

HALF DAY TOUR:

Cliffs of moher, 9am pickup straight from your hotel, lahinch beach promenade.

Lahinch is a small town overlooking Liscannor Bay, surrounded by ancient earth forts and boasting 2km of golden sandy beach.

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Just a short 15 minute drive from Lahinch. The cliffs loom 200m above the Atlantic Ocean and offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside. If the weather is clear, you can see the Aran Islands lying across Galway Bay. We can also organise a boat trip so you can take in the breath-taking beauty of the cliffs from the sea.

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Doonagore Castle

Just a short drive up the coast from the cliffs and you arrive at Doonagore Castle, perched high on a hill overlooking Doolin Point. The privately owned picturesque castle has a dark history, famed for being the scene of the hanging of 170 sailors from the Spanish Armada.

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Lunch in Doolin

A short hop back up the coast for some lunch in the colourful coastal town of Doolin, home of traditional Irish music. Wander through the narrow streets, packed with restaurants, pubs and cafes. Choose from one of the many eateries in the town, sample the fine cuisine and the unique atmosphere while listening to local musicians who gather together to play traditional Irish music.

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Return journey back to your accommodation

Full day tour:, a full day tour includes all of the half day tour stops, plus so much more:, travel back through the rocky lunar landscape of the burren, where you can stop off at one of the many sites of interest, such as:.

  • Doolin Cave - one of Europe's most impressive show caves - descend the 125 steps to the cave which lies 200ft underground to get a glimpse of a world over 350 million years old. See the amazing 7.5m Great Stalactite - the largest in Europe.
  • Aillwee Cave - another impressive cave system where you will be guided over chasms and under weird formations, not forgetting the impressive and eerie underground waterfall. Aillwee Cave is also home to the famous Brown Bear remains.
  • The Burren Smokehouse - a family run smokehouse which uses traditional smoking techniques to give their sustainably sourced Atlantic caught fish that unmistakable smokey flavour.

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Doolin Cave

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Aillwee Cave

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The Burren Smokehouse

Poulnabrone Dolmen

An ancient Neolithic tomb which is a must see. Perched on one of the highest points in the Burren, this large limestone portal tomb offers a glimpse of Neolithic Ireland.

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Caherconnell Stone Fort

An atmospheric and well preserved ring fort dating back to the 10th Century where you see how a Medieval Irish farming family lived, and take in a traditional sheep dog demonstration.

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These are just examples of a typical half day or full day taxi tour. Other tours are available. 

We cover the the counties of galway, clare, limerick, kerry and cork. there are so many places to visit so please contact us if you have specific destinations in mind or would like some help planning your visit..

Contact us to book a taxi service today

If you need to book an airport transfer, if you are interested in one of Limerick Taxi half-day or full-day taxi tours, or if you would like to use our same-day courier service, do not hesitate to get in touch below.

If you have any queries about any of our services or you would like to open a business account with us, please get in touch. We are very flexible and more than happy to help.

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The Needham family provide an efficient, friendly and professional service with vehicles that are of a premium standard. Needham’s Taxi Service was founded in 1996 by Brendan Needham snr and has since become one of Westport’s most trusted and reliable Taxi services in the area. We specialise in Knock Airport Transfers, Private Scenic Tours which can be tailored to meet your specific needs, and we serve Roonagh Pier for those travelling to Clare Island by ferry.

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What a Godsend! The Needhams came to our aid after our rental car did not work out. They are wonderful people and very eager to share their knowledge and experience of their home country. Highly recommend!

My partner and I availed of a tour of Achill Island. Our driver Brendan was very knowledgeable of the area and gave us a great day out. Highly recommended!

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I booked Needhams as I needed a driver in order to attend a business conference in Westport. I found the service to be excellent and very flexible.

I booked Needhams to collect my husband and myself from Knock airport. Our driver was very punctual and helpful and informed us about the must see places around Mayo. Thank you Brendan!

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Ireland's rugged west coast, splintered by the Atlantic's tireless persistence, is peppered with peninsulas, ports and tiny islands. Home to the famous Wild Atlantic Way route, this region is bejewelled by a wealth of Ireland's most popular tourist attractions. Visitors to the West of Ireland will marvel at its natural beauty and will cherish its memories as fondly as they do the friendliness of the locals.

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The top attractions of the west of Ireland centre around the epic landscape and rugged terrain it is famous for. Gigantic cliffs, endless Mars-like landscapes, ancient monastic cities, modern new-age cities and what is known as Ireland's most romantic buildings all await visitors to the west of Ireland.

1 The Cliffs of Moher

They are one of the most popular and frequently most-hyped attractions on any of our Ireland tours , and the views will not disappoint. Rising to a height of 702ft (214m) high and 9 miles (14km) long, these sheer vertical cliffs hold a steady, undulating line against the tireless advance of the Atlantic below. A better view of the sea and setting sun on any Ireland tour you will not find.

The Cliffs of Moher - as seen on our tours of Ireland

Another thing you will not find is the visitor centre; at least, until you get close, you won't find it. Designed very cleverly to blend into the local landscape, this extensive attraction is all but invisible as you approach the cliffs themselves. Inside, it is large, modern and informative.

You can also climb the O'Brien's Tower, a 19th century lookout tower with a viewing platform. Please note that entrance to the tower is limited each day. To get different perspective of the Cliffs and maybe even the best views in good weather conditions, you can visit the Cliffs by boat.

Insider Tips

To get the most out of this incredible experience, wrap up warm and allow enough time for a good walk about on the clifftops. Turn right and head toward O'Brien's Tower, then continue along the Burren Way footpath for one mile to reach the Viewing Point. From here, you will get some of the best angles for your photographs, but be warned that you will have competition from many other happy snappers.

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Information leaflets and site map are available in 14 languages in the visitor centre. If you would like to have a picnic at the Cliffs of Moher, then you can pre-order a picnic box by emailing the Café manager.

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Opening hours in November to January are 09:00 to 17:00.

Opening hours in March, April, September and October are 08:00 to 19:00.

Opening hours in May to August are 08:00 to 21:00.

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Your admission ticket covers all attraction, such as the visitor Centre and O'Brien's Tower. Prices are cheaper if you book them online for off peak hours. You can find all the prices on their website .

2 Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey is not only one of Ireland's most attractive buildings, since 1920, it has also been home to the Sisters of the Benedictine Order in Ireland. Even today, Kylemore continues to operate as a working Abbey: here, the sisters live, work and pray, as well as welcoming visitors from across the globe.

Kylemore Abbey, Connemara, Country Galway

Among Kylemore's many notable attractions are the unmistakable Victorian Walled Gardens, restored in 2000 and now open to the public. As a heritage garden, this beautiful space only uses Victorian gardening methods. Only seeds and strains from the 1800s are ever planted here.

The building of Kylemore Castle was inspired by Margaret Henry, to whom the Gothic Church still stands in tribute, serenely secluded in Kylemore's woods. It was Margaret's husband Mitchell Henry who produced, from little more than desolate bog land, the beautiful attraction we now know as Kylemore Abbey. Following Margaret's death in 1874, Henry returned to Kylemore to live, and he remained here until his passing in 1903.

If time, mobility and weather allow, skip the shuttle bus to the garden and make your way on foot. There is so much to see along the way, you will be glad you did.

A new visitor experience, "From generation to generation", opened in 2019. This self-guided tour will lead you through the ground-floor rooms of the abbey and tell the stories of the generations that have wandered Kylemore Abbey's rooms. If you are planning on exploring one of the trails or walks, then we recommend that you bring good footwear.

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All details regarding opening times can be found on their website .

The admission fee includes entry to the ground-floor rooms, the victorian walled gardens and the shuttle bus, the Neo-gothic church and guided garden tours in June, July and August. Entry tickets cost 15 euro for adults and children under 16 go free.

3 Galway City

Galway, City of the Tribes, is one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations, known for its charming cobbled streets, its friendly residents, and its pervasive sense of history. The city sits on the location where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The main hub of activity in the city is the 18th century Eyre Square, here you can find numerous shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants. Visitors to Galway City are drawn to the brightly-painted pubs, teeming with activity and traditional Irish folk music; the legendary street performers, enchanting the crowds; and the countless festivals which take place in Galway every year.

Galway City

In recent years, Galway City has become the cultural hub of Ireland, the city attracts people who share an artistic outlook and a more Bohemian way of life. For those interested in all things art, Galway City is definitely not to be missed on your tour of Ireland. The Galway city museum covers three floors with the archaeological, political, cultural and social history of the City and is free to visit.

A favourite pastime among the locals is to walk the Salthill prom, A 2km-long promenade running along the sea. The tradition among the locals is 'kicking the wall' at the end, across from the diving boards, before making your way back into the City.

If you're looking for the best way to see the City of Tribes on foot, check out our Galway City Walking Tour page .

If you're visiting on a Saturday or a bank holiday, head to Church Lane by St Nicholas' Church in the centre of the city. Here you will find the local farmers' market, loved by locals and visitors alike for its vibrant atmosphere and its alluring mix of crafts and foodie treats.

Westport is a charming town in County Mayo. Located about 1hr 30 mins from Galway, this remote area of Ireland retains all of its rugged beauty. There's plenty to see and do around Westport including the Great Western Greenway, Achill Island, Clare Island, Clew Bay with its 365 Islands, Westport House and Croagh Patrick.

Westport, County Mayo

If you have a car with you, be aware that you will need to purchase a parking disc from any of the local shops. The first hour is free of charge.

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5 Clonmacnoise

Perched on the banks of the River Shannon, Clonmacnoise is perhaps the foremost of Ireland's many monastic cities. For those interested in early Christianity, it is a must-see destination. Enclosed within the ancient city walls are various ecclesiastical ruins including a cathedral, seven ancient churches, three high crosses, round towers and the largest collection of Early Christian grave slabs in Western Europe - all remarkably well-preserved and fascinating to anyone, not just those with a special interest in Ireland's religious history.

Clonmacnoise, County Offaly

The cathedral is perhaps the most logical starting point after the museum. Built in 909AD, it has been significantly altered over the years. The 15th Century Gothic doorway with carvings of St Francis is worth a few minutes of closer scrutiny.

Clonmacnoise's small churches are known as temples; a derivation from the Gaelic teampall . Each has its own distinctive character, and states of preservation vary significantly. Giving each of these sites the attention they deserve, not to mention the many sites outside the city walls, will not be easy for those bringing young families. But, for grown-ups interested in history, Clonmacnoise is a fascinating and vivid realisation of Ireland's past.

Head for the museum first, an interactive multimedia experience housed in three conical huts designed to mirror the early dwellings of the region.

You can also travel down to Clonmacnoise by boat from Athlone. Viking tours run boat journeys to Clonmacnoise and bus transfers back to Athlone.

The average duration of a visit to Clonmacnoise is around an hour and a half. Guided tours in different languages are available. The audiovisual presentation in the museum lasts 20 minutes and provides important context for the rest of your time in Clonmacnoise. The museum also houses the largest collection of early Christian grave slabs in Europe and the original high crosses.

Open from 9:00 to 18:30 from June to August, from 10:00 to 18:00 in mid-March to May, September & October and from 10:00 to 17:30 in November to mid-March.

An entry ticket costs €8 for an adult and €4 for a child.

6 Flaggy Shore

Found in one of the most northerly parts of County Clare, Flaggy Shore is a geologist's dream. Made up of mainly grey limestone there are also the remnants of glacial rock from the last ice age, over 12,000 years ago, in the form of granite and limestone. Fossils of creatures from over 330 million years ago have also been found in the limestone. For us non-geologists of the world, Flaggy Shore is also just a simply beautiful sight.

Flaggy Shore, on the coast of County Clare

Be advised that perhaps the biggest attraction of Flaggy Shore could also be seen by some as its biggest downside. Namely, there is nothing there but nature and peaceful solitude. Bring everything you need to this very isolated spot.

7 Kilmacduagh Monastery

Kilmacduagh Monastery is located just outside the town of Gort in south west County Galway. Today only the ruins remain. Saint Colman is said to have founded the monastery in the 7th century. Legend has it that as Saint Colman was walking through the woods of the Burren when the belt from his robe fell to the ground. Saint Colman took this as a sign that this was to be the location of his monastery.

Kilmacduagh Monastery, County Galway

It was also said that in the village of Kilmacduagh, no man will die from lightning. This myth was tested when a man was struck by lightning and send over a ditch, into the neighbouring County Clare, where he was declared dead. It is not known if he died when he was stuck or after he crossed the border, so the myth lives on.

An ideal detour en route to the Cliffs of Moher. Just an hour's drive will take you from this most peaceful retreat to the much busier tourist hotspot to the West.

There is plenty of space to park your car. As Kilmaccduagh is an open site, you ar free to roam the site without having to pay an admission fee. However the buildings might be locked. For a small deposit, you can get a key from the house across the street.

Another of Ireland's best kept secret beaches, found on the western shores of Achill Island in County Mayo. Framed by such an enchanted landscape, many visitors will find the journey here just as rewarding as the day out itself. A truly stunning location.

Keem Bay in County Mayo

Achill's most remote blue flag beach is a great place for water sports and you will find surfing schools in area. At the right time of the year, you might even spot some dolphins or a basking shark from the beach. See our page on Irish Islands for more hidden treasures like this one.

Visitors are advised only to swim if there is a lifeguard as there is a very strong riptide. Even then, it would be best to swim with a partner and at a depth that you are comfortable with.

9 Downpatrick Head

Located just north of the village of Ballycastle in County Mayo, Downpatrick Head is a heritage site that gives visitors a unique view of the Atlantic Ocean. The Dún Briste sea stack lies close by, which looks like a chunk of Downpatrick Head that has been cut away from the mainland. Also found on Downpatrick Head are the ruins of a church founded by Ireland's patron saint Patrick, a holy well, a stone circle and nesting sea birds.

Downpatrick Head, off the coast of County Mayo

Photographers will remember this visit forever, but watch your step and follow the signage on these treacherously high cliffs.

10 Bluebell Woods

Dereen Woods, also known as Bluebell Woods, is located outside the town of Boyle in County Roscommon. A magical setting throughout the year, the woods become even more special during the spring when they are carpeted with Bluebells. On a clear spring morning, Bluebell Wood is one of the most unique sights in Ireland.

Bluebell Wood, County Roscommon

Visit mid-April to late May to get the full effect of the bluebells in bloom. Be advised that there is limited parking, especially during this more popular time.

11 The Spanish Arch

The Spanish Arch arguably stands out more because of the vibrant atmosphere which pervades the surrounding area, particularly in summer when visitors and locals mingle together, eating out in the sun and enjoying the buskers and street performers. The arch itself is thought to be part of the original medieval city walls.

The Spanish Arch, Galway City

This is a great spot to sit and eat outdoors. But keep an eye on your lunch: there are many seagulls here and they'll be very grateful if you leave a tasty snack unguarded.

Cong is a village on the border of counties Mayo and Galway, with a population of just 145 people. It is best known as being the location for the John Ford directed, John Wayne starring film The Quiet Man. The film remains one of the few Hollywood productions where the Irish language can be heard. Filming started in Cong in the summer of 1951 and employed numerous actors from the Irish Theatre, as well as extras from the surrounding countryside. Every outdoor scene in the film was shot in County Galway and County Mayo. While the majority of the film was shot in the village of Cong, it is set in the fictional village of Innisfree.

Cong Abbey, County Galway

Another notable aspect of the village is that it was home to Sir William Wilde, the father of — arguably — Ireland's most famous writer Oscar Wilde. Today, as well as visiting The Quiet Man museum, the most popular destinations of Cong include Cong Abbey and Ashford Castle .

For a truly luxurious experience, you might consider an overnight stay in nearby Ashford Castle - arguably Ireland's most opulent castle hotel. Ideal if you're looking to treat yourself on one or two nights of your stay in Ireland.

13 Killaloe & Ballina

Situated on the Clare and Tipperary banks of Loch Deirgeirt respectively, Killaloe and Ballina offer a tale of two cities ... well, two villages, perhaps. Close enough to be considered one destination, they have quite distinctive and different characteristics. Pack your camera before you head to Killaloe, the epitome of beautiful County Clare; then use it to get some foodie snaps over dinner in Ballina, where you will find fantastic pubs and restaurants.

Killaloe, County Clare

Be sure to stop here if you are into watersports, if you enjoy a good day's fishing, or if you're tempted by a boat cruise up the River Shannon to Lough Derg.

14 Connemara National Park

Located in County Galway, Connemara National Park is one of Ireland's six national parks. Founded and opened to the public in 1980, the majority of the land had previously been part of the Kylemore Abbey estate. Evidence of human settlement across the park include 4,000-year-old megalithic court tombs and a 19th-century graveyard.

Connemara National Park, County Galway

Comprising three thousand hectares of mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands and woods, Connemara National Park is a nature-lover's paradise; home to countless native species including red deer, wild ponies and peacock butterflies. The park is also home to several of the famous Twelve Bens , the unmistakable range of mountains which gives such character to the landscape of this part of Ireland. Dedicated walkers will find plenty of challenge here, but easier strolls can also be found on nearby Diamond Hill.

Head to the northern reaches of the park, near Letterfrack village, to find the Connemara National Park Visitor Centre and tea rooms.

The connemara National Park and Visitor Centre are open all year round. However, make sure to check the weather forecast before visiting, as the grounds will be closed during Orange and Red weather warnings. We recommend you wear suitable footwear and clothing. There is no entry fee or charge.

You can reach the National Park Visitor Centre both by public and private transport. Bus eireann (Route 419) and CityLink (Route 923) operate bus services to Letterfrack from Clifden and Galway.

15 Trad on the Prom

If Riverdance did festivals..? This showcase of Irish traditional folk music and dance combines the best of Irish trad culture with a great open-air festival atmosphere. Featuring world-champion dancers, as well as some of the Riverdance cast, the show has met with near-unanimity in its positive reception among visitors. The price tag might rule it out for some, especially larger families, but those who go are in for a treat. Be sure to book well in advance: shows sell out months ahead.

Trad on the Prom

Be advised that this show is only available during the summer months. Check www.tradontheprom.com for the most up-to-date information about performance times and location.

Achill Island, County Galway

Getting to Western Ireland

Arriving by plane, shannon airport.

Shannon Airport is located in County Clare and services numerous airport in North America. To connect with Galway City from Shannon Airport you have the options of car rental or bus and train journeys. If you are planning to rent a car in Shannon Airport and drive to Galway City it is relatively easy. The drive takes you an hour north on the M18 motorway.

Bus Eireann operates a bus service between Shannon Airport and Ennis in County Clare, Limerick City and Galway City. Citylink also operates a service between Shannon and Galway. A train journey from Shannon to Galway is a little more complicated as there is no direct service. It will involve taking the bus from the airport to Limerick City and getting the connecting train to Galway City .

Dublin Airport

While it's the whole width of Ireland away from Galway, Dublin Airport offers the greatest option of flights into Ireland. Ireland is longer than it is wide anyway so the distance isn't too bad (208 km/129 miles). If you are renting a car in Dublin Airport and driving this journey it will take 2 hours and 25 minutes, travelling west along the M4 and M6 motorways.

Booking a Sat-Nav with your rental car is a good idea to make the journey out of Dublin City that bit easier, as well as exploring the smaller roads in western Ireland's rugged terrain. You can also travel to Galway City from Dublin Airport on the bus via Citylink for as little as 18 euro (one way), when you book online. There is currently no train running from Dublin airport. To catch a train to Galway you will first have to travel into Dublin City and to Heuston Station ( route 747 ).

Cork Airport

To travel by car from Cork Airport to Galway City takes 2 hours and 45 minutes, travelling on the N20 and the M18. Again, if you are renting a car in Cork Airport and you're planning to drive anywhere outside of the main roads of the west of Ireland a Sat-Nav will come in handy along the way. Citylink https://www.citylink.ie/new-galway-cork-nonstop run a nonstop coach from Cork Airport to Galway City for 20 euro return when booked online. The journey takes 3 hours and 20 minutes and runs twice a day. The train from Cork Airport can be a little trickier, it involves a bus journey from the airport to Kent Station in Cork City, a train from Kent Sation to Limerick and then onto Galway.

Arriving by Bus

The main bus station in Galway is the Seán Duggan Centre , close to Eyre Square in Galway's city centre. This station connects directly to all other cities in Ireland as well as the major towns in County Galway. In County Clare the main bus station is Ennis Bus Station in Ennis Town, again this will connect you with the rest of Ireland. You can find connecting buses in and out of County Mayo in the towns of Westport and Castlebar.

Arriving by Train

The Counties of Mayo, Clare and Galway are all well serviced with railway services. The main train station is Galway railway station which is located in Galway city centre. From this station you can connect to the cities of Dublin to the east, Cork and Limerick to the south. Travelling to Belfast City in Northern Ireland would require a change over in Dublin. The main train station in County Mayo is in the town of Westport and in the town of Ennis in County Clare.

Arriving by Car

Getting to Galway City, the town of Ennis in County Clare and the town of Westport in Mayo, from anywhere else in Ireland, is relatively easy. Over the past number of decades, the main road network across the whole of Ireland has been greatly improved. The same can't be said for the secondary and tertiary roads in certain areas. The west of Ireland is notorious for being as close to the old image of Ireland as people remember.

Once you travel off the main roads you'll be greeted with stonewalls and fields, rugged landscapes and scenic views. While it is all quaint and pleasing on the eye it can be a tricky terrain to navigate for the inexperienced. Narrow roads, a lack of signposts, some locals that claim they only speak Irish, a flock of sheep that don't want to move will all equal a great driving story on your arrival home. But these are not the most pleasant of experiences at the time. If you renting a car in the west of Ireland, might we suggest renting one that is as small as possible? Top tip: Most cars in Ireland are manual, so if you haven't driven one before you should definitely try to book an automatic. It's not fun getting to grips with a stick while you're battling uncharted territory. P.S. a Sat-Nav is also pretty vital when driving in the west.

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Located on the grounds of the picturesque Muckross House and its impeccable gardens. Take a step back in time and see the Irish farming lifestyle of the 1930s and '40s. A time when the horse was responsible for much of the labour and the weather was the be all and end all in terms of production.

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