Sports and Fitness Clubs in Galway
There are few destinations in Ireland better suited for group outings than Galway also known as “The city of the Tribes”. Galway offers a wide selection of group and family activities to enjoy to make your break all the more fun.
A trip to Ireland would certainly not be complete without visiting the vibrant and breath taking County Galway. Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, the eclectic city is known for being the festival capital of Ireland. The scenic Galway Bay and the River Corrib offer endless opportunities for angling, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, scuba diving, and sailing to your heart’s content.
Explore the breath taking views of mountains, lakes, castles, and nature at its finest by taking a biking or walking expedition. There are numerous gyms and other sporting events to join in on, or even watch a game at Pearse Stadium in Salthill home to the Galway GAA.
Galway City Harriers is an athletics club based in Galway city, Ireland, catering for senior and juvenile athletes. Founded in 1896, GCH has been to forefront of athletics in Ireland throughout the 20th century and many famous athletes have represented both club and country in track and field, cross-country and road competitions.
Galway Lawn Tennis Club is spread over three acres of ground in the scenic heartland of Salthill, overlooking Galway Bay. The club itself is over 100 years in operation and is widely known throughout the county and Ireland as a centre of excellence specializing in racket sports. Tennis, Squash and Badminton are all actively played throughout the year by our members. As the Galway Lawn Tennis Club is a members club...
The Kingfisher NUI Galway is situated in the heart of NUI Galway University, just beneath the Quincentenary Bridge towards the East side of the City. With a state-of-the-art 25m pool, designed with both the swimmer and learner in mind, heated to 28 degrees with the innovative ultra-violet pool system, reducing the amount of chlorine needed in the water. The pool is split into sections – 3 lanes of differing speed for the regular swimmer...