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It can be found some 160 miles from Dublin, the country's capital city.

Remember to take a trip to Moyard. When you get there, go to Connemara National Park, a popular attraction.

Nothing beats waves on the horizon and that salty ocean air. Head over to Lahinch Beach, 45 miles to the southeast. If you are not in a rush, move on to Kilkee Beach, 55 miles to the south.

Put on a comfortable pair of shoes and discover the magic at Croagh Patrick, located 30 miles from Ballyconneely. Another good option is Errisberg, which is 7 miles away.

Perfect your putting game at one of the popular golf venues in Ballyconneely. Both Connemara Championship Golf Links and Connemara Championship Links are perfect courses for players of all ages and skill levels.

Dan O'Hara's Connemara Heritage and History Centre and Station House Museum, situated in Clifden, are great places to visit. This nearby area is 6 miles away from Ballyconneely. Another location that shouldn't be overlooked is Roundstone, around 7 miles away. This is where you can check out Gurteen Bay Beach and Dog's Bay Beach.

To find Mweelrea, Silver Strand and Glassillaun Beach, you need to head northeast from Ballyconneely for 14 miles to Kylemore. Killary Adventure Centre and Scubadive West are also safe bets for hours of fun.

Trying traditional food is one of the best ways of getting to know a destination. So be sure to visit some of the region's restaurants.

Unravel the secrets of this gastronomic scene by trying some of the local ingredients. Among the most important are mutton and pork.

Your getaway wouldn't be complete if you didn't taste Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).

When the main course dishes are cleared away, treat yourself to some delectable sweet seedcake loaf.

If exploring the world of beer is your style of travel, make your way to the nearest bar and buy a round of Murphy’s Irish Stout. Clink glasses and enjoy one of the region's best-loved brews.

If you want to steer clear of alcohol, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is a good choice.

If you're planning to be here on the 17th of March, you better be ready to let your hair down. On this day each year, the whole nation comes together and celebrates Saint Patrick’s Day.

As the curtains fall on your Galway vacation, you may find yourself making plans to soon come back to this stunning place.

You don't have to worry about missing your flight. Just keep in mind that the nearest airport is 50 miles to the east.

Because there are limited Expedia hotels in Ballyconneely and its immediate surroundings, you ought to make your reservations early if you are planning on staying the night.

The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel and Sharamore House are the main accommodations in Ballyconneely.

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