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Eagles Flying Ballymote
#1 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Fantastic experience for all ages , amazing to see such majestic birds up so close , The host has a fantastic personality and has such a love for nature - and shows real dedication to all the animals he has rescue...
The entrance is a short walk from the car park and once inside the grounds, you meet very friendly and knowledgeable members of staff, a wide variety of birds and animals (including a ferret!).
#2 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
We did the trekking in a wonderful scenery, where you could really feel the conexion between the horse, the nature, and you. the staff is really friendly and helpful, they even gave us a lift to the city centre.
#3 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Great views towards Croagh Patrick, and a fitness park along the route!
Fabulous views and great to be out in nature.
Drummindoo Stud Westport
#4 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
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Keem Bay Achill Island
#5 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Splendid place for a stop where you really feel close to the wonderful wild nature and experience the smallness of yourself when mirrored against the enormity of nature's creations and powers.
There are some great walks from the car park to Achill Head or to the lookout at the top of the hill overlooking the bay, or you could just sit and relax and stop for a pint at the pub on the way back to the rest...
Dog's Bay Beach Roundstone
#6 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
It’s easy to park and just a short stroll down from the car park gets you onto the beach.
If you looking for peaceful glorious nature in a place of rare beauty look no further than the beaches of Connemara.
Knocknarea Sligo
#7 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
A lovely walk from the car park along a path takes you to the top of this mountain for some amazing views that take in the coast and beautiful scenery inland.
We are experienced hillwalkers so the ascent was relatively easy from the car park above Strandhill and made very atmospheric by a morning mist that bathed the fields and kept the summit out of sight until we were...
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#8 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
The main roads in the park are wide enough to feel totally comfortable; the mountains, grazing land, lakes and hiking opportunities are fabulous; touring Kylemore Abbey is informative; and the tea room at the visi...
Admission in the park is free and self-guided walks up the Diamond Hill which towers over the park, are very well organized and kept Breathtaking panoramic views during the whole trip up the summit of Diamond Hill...
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#9 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
The Worm Hole is breathtaking and it is surreal to just sit and watch the sea ebb & flow into the pool created by Mother Nature.
At the end of this little road park up your bike and cross the gate into the stone field.
Benbulben Sligo
#10 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
With the sun right, the purple hue is just awesome - and all created by nature.
There was a free car park which is well used by locals grabbing a spot of fresh air and serenity.
#11 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Bertie the bear is a great treat for the kids and on a fine day the park is perfect.
The day was fully packed with lots of play activities and a lovely nature walk while feeding the animals.
#12 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
The park has stones from five continents of the world with a history & the purpose the stones represent; a stone from Ellis Island, some bricks from the MCG Melbourne, from South Africa & Europe.
This garden is a great place to sit and think, remember loved ones and I loved the theme of the park - the giving of life to others.
Croagh Patrick County Mayo
#13 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Great car park and small but ample restrooms visitor center.
The famine memorial opposite the car park is worth a visit to, while so close to it too
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Keel Beach Achill Island
#14 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
We saw kite surfing one day, it's a short walk from the car park, and I was able to bring the buggy on to it for a walk.
Perfect if you love nature.
Rinville Park Oranmore
#15 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Kids always love the park and so close to the sea lovely stroll in woods and on to play ground if you get the weather it's a fab day out
Great place to stop off when traveling the Wild Atlantic Way or just visiting Oranmore as perfect way to stretch the legs, recharge your batteries in nature and let the views speak for themselves
Killary Fjord Leenane
#16 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Ideal for Nature Lover, hikers & photo addict ... The Killary Fjord is stunning ... Get in touch with the local tourist Information they do have maps of the walks & hike around de Fjord... Peace of heaven in the h...
A wonderful location for nature lovers.
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Brigit's Garden Roscahill
#17 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Beautiful landscapes and a treasure trove of beautiful thoughtful features that celebrate nature.
The garden is incredibly well maintained, with a great balance between places that are perfectly trimmed and wild nature allowed to grow in the woods.
Galway Bay Galway
#18 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
There is a lovely famine memorial walk, a children's playground, a beautiful park called the Circle of Life and lots of coffee shops and cafes.
A Peaceful & Beautiful Walk In South Park
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Glencar Lake Sligo
#19 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Also there is a car park right by both Glencar lake and waterfall, with clean bathrooms (and there was an ice cream truck there that day, which was a nice surprise!).
A peaceful park, good view to the lake, and the waterfall is also worth a stop.
The Lost Valley Silver Strand
#20 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Gerard and Maureen walked us through their own land talking passionately about nature surrounding us, a community devastated by famine as we stand among the ruins of a stone cottage, English naval ships as we look...
Gerard and Maureen have done a beautiful job in preserving the authentic nature of this area and making it accessible to experience on a gentle walk over 3 hours.
Coole Park Gort
#21 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Coole Park, with its amazing history of the Irish Literary Revival, home to Lady Augusta Gregory, her friend and poet WB Yeats, and a host of other great writers, is now in the care of the Irish State.
Perfect for couples, families,dog walking, picnics or just catching a moment of calm to yourself in the midst of nature.
#22 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Before the walk there is a decent car park and there are two portaloos in case you need to use the toilet.
The nature is very specific for the area and you can't see it anywhere else .
Strandhill Beach Strandhill
#23 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
... named this wonderful county as thus, walk this beach,listen to the thundering waves and watch the surfers grapple with the waves and you will instantly feel destressed refreshed and in awe at "mother nature".
Fab for a walk along the beach plenty of people watching can be done while watching people surf lots of car parking and public car park two minutes from main parking area.
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#24 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Lough Key Forest Park is well worth a visit, excellent for children and the food in the restaurant is great quality, you can also bring your own B.B.Q with exceptional grounds with plenty of space for picnic.
Had a great day here yesterday with the family, lots to do and see, amazing scenery, the best play park I have seen yet , friendly staff, great canteen with fresh and tasty food , will definitely be back here the...
#25 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Awesome place to spend an afternoon, the waterfall is located in a lovely park with breathtaking sights.
peaceful , tranquil and very beautiful to see .a 5 min walk from car park.a little bit hilly then steps up to top of waterfall .
#26 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
... rugged sea coast ,but wonderful 360 view of the mountains,and for those can see little wonders of nature a true delight.The education center has history and videos,example of Bog butter, bog wood thousands of ...
We were treated to a wonderful and informative (and occasionally amusing) tour that covered many aspects of the park including its wildlife and fauna.
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#27 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
... walled gardens this can be walked or hop on the bus.....wow...an enclosed garden with both flowers, trees and vegetables - this is a heaven in itself for garden enthusiasts or just anyone who loves nature.
Overall if you want a brilliant photo opportunity then this is the place and you can get great photos of the abbey and the lake from the car park...for free.
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#28 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
Walks and nature
We arrived early and found a great parking space in the car park (there is no charge for now) and left for the beach which is clean with lots of space, the toilets need to go back to proper toilet blocks and manne...
Renvyle Beach Renvyle
#29 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht
As a beach for playing or for walks, nature watching or for scenery it has it all.
A beautiful beach with clear blue water, lovely rock pools, seems very safe for kids to swim and play, very convenient car park, and yet never seems over crowded.
#30 of 159 Nature & Parks in Province of Connacht