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Connemara National Park is one of Ireland's six National Parks. The Visitor Centre for the National Park is located beside Letterfrack Village. Entrance to the National Park grounds (trails), exhibition and Audio Visual is FREE OF CHARGE.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Connemara National Park Connemara National Park Connemara, Co Galway | Near the village of Letterfrack, Galway, Ireland
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Another spectacular drive. The day was rainy and we arrived at the Abbey too late so we didn’t get to see the inside but the outside and grounds were gorgeous. Next time I’m in Ireland will visit. We saw wild goats and took some beautiful...More
We had visited here many years ago when we had young children. This time, it was just us and our energetic English Springer Spaniel! Entry is free and there is ample car parking space. There are three substantive walking routes (aside from the Ellis Wood...More
If you like the outdoors and enjoy a great walk in the countryside then this is a must. The full walk is well laid out to cater for all ages and abilities. Great staff and a nice tea Room and rest room. What's not to...More
Our group of four enjoyed the displays that explained the history and nature of the area. We hiked the lovely trails then enjoyed a nice meal of tea and potato leek soup at the tea house. Connemara National Park is a great place to visit.
All of Connemara is beautiful but this is surely the most beautiful place in Connemara. I have visited the park on both sunny and rainy days, and in all weathers this a fabulous place to experience the wild nature of Connemara.
Entry to the park...More
How is it possible that a gem like the Connemara National Park can not be the headline attraction in Co. Galway.
So much of the once beautiful Connemara countryside has been blighted with negligent local planning and what should be beautiful striking coastline along the...More
Bleak, exposed, wild landscape. Be careful of hikes from national park - full Diamond Hill loop is nearly 7km, and involves scaling the ridge up the mountain. We misread the map and were forced to turn around. Will be back to complete in the summer....More