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Williamstown Vacation Packages
Williamstown Vacation Packages
The well-known city of Dublin can be found 100 miles east of Williamstown.
Spend some time relaxing and admiring the views at a nearby beach. Lahinch Beach, 60 miles to the southwest, and Bundoran Beach, 55 miles to the north, are two top picks.
Nature enthusiasts flock to this part of Galway to admire its exquisite natural spaces. Experience the magic for yourself at Lough Ree and Claypipe Centre, 30 miles and 20 miles away from Williamstown, respectively.
Sports nuts can see the Roscommon GAA or Roscommon GAA at Dr. Hyde Park in Roscommon, 17 miles to the east of Williamstown. Afterwards, pour out of the stadium and into a nearby bar. Whether it's to bask in the glory or curse your luck, look for somewhere decked out in the team colors of blue and yellow and join in the fun.
To make the most of your time in the area, try and get out to Ballinlough. It's approximately 5 miles away from Williamstown, and is where you can find Augustinian Friary and Hell's Kitchen Bar & Museum. If you're keen on experiencing even more of the region, travel to Ballyhaunis and have a look at Urlaur Abbey and St Patrick's Church. They are situated just 9 miles out of Williamstown.
When it's time to explore beyond Williamstown, visit a regional center that's close by. Castlecoote is 12 miles away and features visitor attractions, including Roscommon Golf Club, Roscommon Castle and Dominican Priory. If that's not enough, head straight to Roscommon County Museum and La Téne Stone.
Trying traditional food is one of the best ways to learn about a destination. So be sure to visit some of this region's bars, cafés and restaurants.
You may not have given much thought to the complexities of mutton and pork in the past, but you'll surely be an expert on these characteristic ingredients by the end of your trip!
Of course, your vacation wouldn't be complete if you don't experience Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).
Do you have a bit of a sweet tooth? Treat yourself to some sweet seedcake loaf
If exploring the wonderful world of beer is your thing, head to the nearest watering hole and get a round of Murphy’s Irish Stout. Raise your glasses and enjoy one of the area's most popular brews.
If you don't want to drink alcohol, why not have some Club Orange (similar to Fanta)?
Witness a strong sense of national pride on the 17th of March for Saint Patrick’s Day.
Most wanderers are well-versed in the art of saying goodbye, but that doesn't make them any less difficult. When the time comes to depart the stunning Galway region, it wouldn't surprise us if you were already thinking about your next trip!
When you're ready to head to the airport, you'll want to know that Ireland West Airport is about 19 miles to the northwest.