Take the N59 north to Cleggan. From here you can get a ferry out to Inishbofin or go horse riding out to the tidal island of Omey or simply enjoy the sea views of Inis Boffin, Inis Turc and even as far as Achill Island.
Travel along the lake road until you come to Moyard. Then take the N59 to Letterfrack, home to Connemara National Park, wherein you will find Diamond Hill, popular among all levels and age groups. Without a doubt, Diamond Hill is one of the best places to observe Connemara’s soaring mountains, scattered lakes and intricate coastline all at once.
Travel north along the Connemara loop to come to the quaint village of Tully Cross. There are plenty of places to stop for something to eat. Travel North along the Connemara loop taking in panoramic views of inlets. You will be driving through Killary, Ireland’s most dramatic fjord sculpted by glaciers many moons ago. There are many ways to pass the day here with spas and seaweed baths, a sheep farm and boat tours. Travel south along the R336 to Maum and enjoy the views of the valleys
Head east along the R345 to Cornamona taking in views of Lough Corrib. Continue north on the R345 until you reach Clonbur, home to some fabulous hillwalks