Things to do in Galway

SIGHTSEEING TOURS
The coach will pick you up outside our Lodge approximately 45 minutes prior to each departure. (excluding the Hop on Hop off tour)

Connemara Day Tour

Discover Connemara, a beautifully scenic region just north of Galway City with Lally Tours. This tour includes stops at Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Gardens, Leenane Village, Killary Fjord and the village of An Spidéal overlooking Galway Bay.

Cliffs of Moher & The Burren Day Tour

The unmissable Cliffs of Moher & Burren Tour with Lally Tours includes up to 2 hours at the cliffs and includes stops at the lunar-like Burren region, Dunguaire Castle, Aillwee Caves & Birds of Prey Centre and the charming village of Doolin overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Cliffs of Moher Express Bus

A Non-Stop Express Shuttle Service to the Cliffs of Moher with Lally Tours. Experience Ireland’s natural, mysterious, 214m (702 ft) high cliffs and interactive visitor centre. You’ll have 2 full hours to explore on your own before heading back to Galway.

Galway City Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Explore Galway with one of Lally Tours’ friendly guides to learn about this colourful city and see it from the best vantage point: an open top bus! You’ll see everything from medieval walls in the city centre to the sandy beaches of Salthill. Hop on and off as much as you’d like and your ticket is valid for 24 hours.

The Aran Islands

Located on the edge of Ireland ‘s western waters, glittering on the horizon of Galway Bay , the Aran Islands have a weathered history and rugged landscape which folds together ancient and modern in three green, stone walled jewels of land.Inishmore is the largest of the three Aran Islands . Its principal village is Kilronan where there is a good, deep harbour. An excellent Visitor’s Centre, Ionad Arainn, provides a solid introduction to the history and culture of the island. Sites to see include the interesting remains of Arkin’s Castle, a Cromwellian fort that maintained a garrison during the 17th and 18th centuries. At Saint Ciaran’s Monastery, east of the village, you can see several early cross-slabs, pillars and a holy well dedicated to the early saint.To the west of Kilronan is the church of Saint Enda, the saint most closely identified with the spread of Christianity on Aran.