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This walk on a narrow old road takes about 2 hours and is a nice undertaking for an afternoon or evening walk. Next to the great variety of beaches most of the seaside shore is covered with stones and pebbles, small cliffs and riffs.

I especially liked the charm of the little road with nice family houses, old stone house ruins and lawns with thousands of flowers. If you look behind you will see the Twelve Bens guiding you on your way. All in all a relaxing two hour walk.

– Antje

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Welcome to Mike's Connemara Blog. Here you will find valuable information to make the most of your time in Connemara. Mike is a well traveled Connemara native who for the past 15 years has taken pride in helping people find the best Connemara has to offer. Walks, Hikes, The best tourist attractions, secret picnic spots, events, festivals, bars,  restaurants and accommodation are just some of the categories he covers. It's all impartial advice but bear in mind Mike also runs The Connemara National Park Lodge and Restaurant 🙂  
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