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Traveled here on Sunday to attend church...but priest hadn't changed times yet.
Most stories not open or opened late because of Sunday.
The name is a poor English translation for the Gaelic name meaning bay of rocks or lots of rocks in bay. There is...More
Everything seemed to be on hold. Piles of lobster pots ready to go. not a boat in the harbour. One blue sailing boat on its moorings - waiting for somebody to love it and to take it ashore for the winter. There was plenty of...More
It's a famous place and a very good moment to program with family, children, friends , etc...
At the end of the balad on the mount Errisbeg you will have a superb view of the Rounstone bay.
This hill route, directly between Roundstone village and...More
We drove from Clifden to Ballyconelley, on to Roundstone and then back via the Bog Road. Roundstone was a lovely stop, wander down and take brilliant photos of the bay with the Bens in the background. Lovely cup of tea in one of the cafe's.
One of the most fantastic things we have ever done as a family, we booked a 3 hour kayaking trip round Inish Lacken with Shane of Roundstone Outdoors. We met Shane at Erlough, the prettiest little harbour on an amazingly calm morning, and after a...More
This was a stop along our day out drive and it was a very small fishing village. It was pretty but not much there at all. It was very windy. Not sure if it is like that all the time here. We stopped at the...More
Just come back from a fabulous week in Roundstone , the highlight of the week was a trip out in a Galway Hooker. The traditional Galway boat leaves regularly from Roundstone Harbour and is manned by 3 local men who are all experienced sailors with...More