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Ros an Mhíl (Rossaveal or Rossaveel in English) is a Gaeltacht village in Connemara.
The village operates as the main ferry port for the Aran Islands and it is approximately 37 km from Galway city, with a bus available daily from Galway city to reach the port and from there the islands.
73% of the village population declares that they speak Irish daily and the town is also home to a full-immersion summer camp for teenagers learning Irish.
This town is also renowned for the Ros a Mhíl Regatta, Galway Traditional Sailing Boats Festival, usually taking place during the Summer months and displaying unique Irish boats, such a Galway Hookers.