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Claddaghduff is a small coastal village located in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. Situated on the rugged and picturesque west coast of Ireland, Claddaghduff is known for its stunning natural beauty, with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the nearby rugged coastline along the Wild Atlantic Way. It is renowned for its wild landscapes, mountains, beaches, and coastline.

Visitors to Claddaghduff can enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and bird-watching, as well as exploring the nearby beaches and cliffs.

One of the notable landmarks in the area is Omey Island, which is accessible by foot or by car at low tide via a natural sand causeway. Omey Island is known for its natural beauty, flora and fauna, and archaeological sites, including the ruins of a medieval church.

The village of Claddaghduff itself is small and charming, with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. It offers visitors a glimpse into the traditional rural life of Ireland and is a popular destination for those seeking a peaceful and scenic retreat. Overall, Claddaghduff is a place of natural beauty and tranquility, making it a popular destination for those looking to explore the unspoiled landscapes of the west of Ireland.

Cottage 103 – Claddaghduff

Beach-side Location
€999 to €1699 Per Week

3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 7. This modern bungalow overlooking the Atlantic is located 100m from a family owned beach and is located 1.5km from Claddaghduff…

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