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Clifden Ecological Camping & Caravan Park - Clifden angling

Posted on July 26, 2012 at 6:20 AM Comments comments (0)

  The northern road in Streamstown Bay   There are several good rock fishing marks along the bay on the north side, just down from the road. They run from the Acton's Eco Campsite (signposted on the left hand side) down as far as the ruined castle on the shore. Species & Techniques:Again Pollack Wrasse and Conger are the main species , all on legered baits although you could try for the Wrasse with float fished rigs.  Spinning will take Mackerel, Garfish and Pollack in season.  Sand eel lures will work too

J. Conneelys Pub - Bar - Clifden, Ireland | Facebook

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 10:40 AM Comments comments (0)

This is a great pub/restuarant with the best of music, everyday  from 6:30pm !

Welcome to Clifden and Connemara

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 10:20 AM Comments comments (0)

If you’re thinking of traveling to the West of Ireland, and in particular Connemara, well then you’ve come to the right place. Clifden is the perfect base to explore Connemara’s rich landscape and heritage. Use our website to avail of special offers in Accommodation, Food, Shopping & Things To Do.

Feel free to contact me at 095 45949 with any questions you may have or email me at olivebrennan@eircom.net. My postal adress is Sky Road, Clifden. Co. Galway.

This is a special year for Clifden, celebrating it's 200th birthday. Check out the website, http://www.clifden2012.org ; for more information on this historic event. Also have a browse HERE of our wonderful commemortive booklet, which is available at various outlets throughout the town for just E3.00. Please view our Nationwide special on RTE recently HERE

Read more...   Cleggan Beat On The Street, Sun 22nd July, 2012  Save the date for a day long festival of music, family fun and entertainment in Cleggan.

Kicking off at 12noon with a sponsored Truck Reversal from Maam Cross to Cleggan, via Clifden,the proceeds from the entire event will be going towards a local family, hit by cancer.

The truck will be met in Cleggan by Beat On The Street, with music from 3pm. Family fun is ensured with a selection of music all day from local musicians, face painting, head shaving and a wonderful auction of Paintings & Weekends Away.

 

This event promises to be a fun filled day, while supporting a worthy cause. Come on out and enjoy the the fun! For more details please contact Michele 0872322451

  Trad In The West Returns for July & August! Tuesday, 03 July 2012 00:10 Michele Hehir

 Hit show Trad In The West Is BACK next Monday 9th July 8PM Clifden Station House, and every Monday for July and August !! Lots of exciting, new, music ,song and dance.

Book tickets  095 21699

  Cead Mile Failte- Welcome! How To Get HerePlease check the following timetables to find alternative methods of transport to Connemara. Be sure and check individual timetables to confirm seasonal changes.

 With the new Dublin- Galway Motorway making the drive from Dublin to Galway so much easier, hourly buses from Dublin airport and now 8 services to Clifden daily offering great value and comfort- It has never been easier to get here!

 

Connemara Pony Festival 2012

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 10:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Connemara Pony Festival 2012  The Annual Connemara Pony Festival will be held in Clifden, Co Galway from Sunday 5th August to Sunday 12th August.  (To avoid a clash with the Dublin Horse Show the Festival is taking place a week earlier than usual)

Click here to Download Festival Brochure.

 

Omey Races

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 7:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Saturday 04 August 2012 Venue: Claddaghduff, Connemara, Co Galway Omey Races (horse racing on the beach) takes place on the 4th August on Omey Strand

 

Omey is a tidal island located near Claddaghduff, a few miles from Clifden, in the western edge of Connemara. There is a route across the sand to the island and, at high tide, the water is deep enough to cover a car. To help in the last moments before the water becomes too deep, there are conventional street signs to indicate the highest route.

 

The start time depends on the tide but usually around 11.30 and, of course, the finish time also depends on the tide.

 

Omey Island is about a mile long by a mile wide.

 

Among the sand dunes on the island lie the ruins of a small medieval church, which stands on the site of a monastery, founded by St. Feichin, in the seventh century

Festival Of The Sea 2012- Cleggan Claddaghduff

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 5:05 AM Comments comments (0)

This is a great local festival of events in both Claddaghduff & Cleggan currently on & not to be missed

Clifden Camping

Posted on July 24, 2012 at 4:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Here at Acton's we guarantee that your plot will remain dry, clean & free of mud, even in extreme wet weather conditions!!!


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