Unmissable tourist sites
Clifden Travel guide
Clifden : Michelin's recommendations
Connemara's only urban centre, Clifden tends to attract tourists travelling in the region. However, move away from the centre and you will find unspoilt landscapes and secluded creeks. Be sure to take Sky Road – for the views of Clifden Bay and its islands from above, then for the drive alongside Streamstown Bay, a narrow inlet more than 6km long, between the hills.
Tourist attractions Clifden : Things to see and do
IRL - Clifden
Beyond Clifden Castle, formerly the home of John D'Arcy, a steep, narrow road climbs along the cliffs on the north side of the bay. The opposite shore is dominated by the round hump of Errisbeg (300m). As the road bears northwest over the ridge, a ma..
Galway Road IRL - Clifden
On the site of the former Clifden Railway Station, Clifden Station House offers well-appointed bedrooms and self-catering apartments. There is a pool and Connemara National Park is a 15-minute drive. Rooms at the Clifden Hotel all feature a 21-inch ..
Market Square IRL - Clifden
This family-run hotel is situated on the town square in the centre of Clifden, and is home to Vimy restaurant offering excellent food and service. The Alcock & Brown Hotel has a relaxed and friendly environment, and is an ideal base for touring Conn..
Main Street IRL - Clifden
Situated in the picturesque town of Clifden, the hotel is fast becoming the premier location for activity holidays with its unique and diverse landscape, ideal for walking, cycling, and hiking. Connemara's longest established hotel, Foyles has been ..