: Ferry from Cleggan to Inishbofin
: Galway or Westport
: Claddaghduff or Cleggan
Aughrus peninsula is one of the most beautiful areas in the West of Ireland. It is a fifteen minute drive from the capital of Connemara, Clifden, where there are restaurants, bars, shops and banking facilities.
Cleggan is a fishing village which has a ferry running to Inisbofin.
Omey Island is famous for its beauty and lovely walks just 2km away, which can be reached by car or on foot when the tide is out.
Cleggan head lies on the north of Cleggan bay. It is a privately owned sheep farm but walkers are permitted without dogs.
Kylemore Abbey is a 20 minute drive where you can visit the famous Abbey, long walks and the walled gardens. There is also tea rooms there.
Connemara National Park in Letterfrack is a ten minute drive where you can climb Diamond Hill and have refreshments after.