Local Services in Galway

Galway is a small city with fantastic nightlife and an infectious atmosphere. Outside of the Galway Arts Festival, there’s still plenty of live music in the Irish pubs to get the party started. The Galway Races at Ballybrit Race Course west of Galway Airport attract a good crowd, as does Eyre Square, a green space with flags of previous ruling families who gave it its nickname - City of Tribes. To the south are cobbled streets housing brightly coloured shops and restaurants.

Sights in Galway include its cathedral and city museum which offers an interesting insight into the history of the city and Ireland. Lynch’s Castle is the last remaining 17th-century merchant house, and the Spanish Arch is a small section of city walls by the Corrib River, linking Galway Bay to huge Loch Corrib. Where river and ocean meet is Claddagh Park, a great spot for a picnic with a view. Further around the coast is Salthill Promenade, home to Atlantaquaria, Ireland’s national aquarium, focussing on sealife off Irish shores.

Shopping

Shopping

Galway provides a unique shopping experience with a wide range of shops to cater for the tastes of both visitors and locals alike. As well as the high street shops, there is an variety of specialist and tourist orientated shops.
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Properties for Sale and Rent

Properties for Sale & Rent

Galway area has a huge range of Houses For Sale. Search for houses to rent and apartments to rent across the entire Galway rental market.
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County Council and Oughterard shops work together on road safety campaign

Galway County Council is teaming up with local retailers in Oughterard for a road safety campaign heading into the winter nights. For this ‘Be Safe, Be Seen’ campaign the county council is distributing free high visibility vests from four stores in Oughterard. The free vests, meant to ensure that cyclists are pedestrians are visible to […] Galway Daily …


House prices in the West increase by 4.2 per cent

Galway Bay fm newsroom – House prices in the West increased by 4.2 per cent in the year up to June. The largest increase across the country was in the west and south-west. The CSO figures don’t provide county by county breakdowns, apart from Dublin Figures from the Central Statistics Office show nationally the cost […] Galway Bay FM …


Galway projects to benefit from Tesco Ireland’s community fund

Galway projects that support children’s organisations impacted by Covid-19 will benefit from the fifth round of Tesco Ireland’s 2020 Community Fund Programme. This is the third consecutive round to be dedicated to those affected by the pandemic. The local causes that will receive the donations from the Tesco Community Fund include neighbourhood youth clubs and […] …


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