Looking for a post-summer staycation? Here are our top reasons for visiting Connemara in the autumn! Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean our staycations need to be! June, July and August are high season for a reason, but don’t overlook the value of visiting this magical place in
Connemara is the perfect location for a weekend break away, jam-packed with things to see, do and experience! We’ve got it all: beaches, mountains, stunning scenery and not to mention friendly locals wherever you turn.Today we’ve devised the perfect Connemara itinerary to follow for a successful weekend in the West!
The Connemara Pony Festival should be taking place this week in Clifden. This festival celebrating the world renowned pony is built around the long running Connemara Pony Show which takes place each August. However, due to COVID 19, both the festival and the show have unfortunately been cancelled. To mark
Connemara has without a doubt, the best scenic driving routes in all of Ireland! Okay, we may be biased, but there are some pretty amazing roads in this part of the country. Filled with breathtaking scenery, the landscape changes from milky blue sea views, to fields of carpeted green, eventually
2020 has been a whirlwind year Connemara. Our much-loved tourism industry is getting back on its feet once again and we have lots to celebrate – including the 40th year anniversary of Connemara National Park! The beautiful Connemara National Park was established and opened to the public in 1980, and
Connemara has topped the polls as the number one place people want to visit this summer! New research carried out by Jurys Inn and Leonardo Hotels UK revealed almost two-thirds of Irish holidaymakers are planning staycations this year. 64% of people polled said they would be following government guidelines