“Connemara is a savage beauty”, as Oscar Wilde put it. Come with us and discover the raw landscapes and coast of Connemara.
The name Connemara is Irish for “Inlets of the Sea” and the coastal roads bear this out as they wind around the small bays and coves of this part of the Wild Atlantic Way, some with hidden beaches.
Connemara is a kaleidoscope of rusty bogs, lonely valleys and shimmering black lakes. At its heart are the Maumturk Mountains and the peaks of the Twelve Bens mountain range.
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