Letterfrack Tourism & Travel Guide

The very first post I wrote about my time in this wonderful country was titled 'Ireland - 50 Shades of Green, Blue & Beer' - you can find this on my website titled Nomadic Lives (for some insightful reading, I promise); here are some useful links: 7 Travel Lessons from my 1st Independent Excursion - http://nomadiclives.com/travel/7-travel-lessons-1st-independent-excursion/ Ireland - 50 Shades of Green, Blue & Beer - http://nomadiclives.com/travel/ireland/ireland-50-shades-green-blue-beer/ 11 Irish Facts & Myth Busters - http://nomadiclives.com/travel/ireland/11-irish-facts-myth-busters/ Coming back to the point at hand, I believe I managed to capture a lot of what makes Ireland special in that one single title. ...

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Galway also houses another world famous national park at Connemara – we spent a day in a tiny village right outside the park – Letterfrack and used it as base-camp for our ascent to the famous Diamond Hill, which overlooks the entire 2,957 hectares of the park.Our final pit-stop on the Wild Atlantic route was the lovely surfing town of Bundoran, a great location to explore counties Sligo & Donegal....

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Connemara Loop, Co. Galway, Ireland
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About Letterfrack

Letterfrack is the official entry point to Connemara National Park. A tiny village at the foot of the park, Letterfrack works as the perfect base-camp for your trek up to Diamond Hill - the most famous of the several 'bens' (or hills) in the park! Make yourself at home at one of the two prime hostels (The Bards Den or the Connemara National Park Hostel and enjoy the local life of a small Irish village!
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