Join us for a journey along the world's longest coastal route and discover your Wild Atlantic Adventure. Experience the wonders of Connemara and beyond.
Roundstone Bay Explorer
Enjoy a full day adventure in Roundstone Bay beginning with a two hour Traditional Sailing experience aboard a Galway Hooker. Following lunch in a traditional pub we take you by currach to Inis Lacken island, where you can explore and experience life of yesteryear.
Journey with us along South Connemara's rugged coast,visit offshore islands and learn about the legends and folklore of this mystical place. Explore the islands with us . Full and Half day options available.
Immerse yourself in tradition by sailing into Ireland’s past on our 120-year-old Galway Hooker “Bláth na hÓige” (Flower of Youth). The trip will bring you sailing around Roundstone Bay and islands. Why not make a full day of it with lunch in a local pub followed by a two hour interpretative walk along the wild Atlantic coast. Details on request.
View our Custom Tours page, where we can tailor for you the adventure of a lifetime!
Wild Atlantic Adventure custom tours allow us to work with you to create your dream adventure in Ireland. We’ll listen to your ideas and then, using our in-depth knowledge of Ireland, the outdoors, its history, culture and people, we will design and deliver your perfect holiday in Ireland.
We offer customised guided walks that include long distance or looped walks, hill or coastal walks, bog walks or walks on offshore islands. The experience can range from a half day to as long as the walkers legs will carry them. All our walks encompass elements of the traditional culture, language and heritage that are intrinsic to daily life in Connemara.
Why not combine a walking weekend with one of our sailing adventures !
This flat walk is along the great western way from Oughterard in Co. Galway to Croagh Patrick in Co. Mayo. It is part of a great walking route that will eventually circle the entire island of Ireland. The route was started by JB Malone, walker and writer, when he designed the infamous Wicklow way.