Plan your visit

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Planning a visit to Lettermullen, a beautiful rural area in Ireland, involves considering transportation, accommodation, activities, and local attractions.

How to get here

From Galway City, you will head west on the R336, passing through several towns and landmarks. These include Barna, Furbo, Spiddal, Inverin, Rossaveal, and Costello.

Upon reaching Costello, you will take a left turn at the radio station, which is Raidio na Gaeltachta. From there, continue along the road until you reach the first bridge in Beal an Daingan. You will pass three more bridges along the way to Lettermullen.

Once you've passed these bridges, keep an eye out for the local church on your left-hand side. Our location is directly across from the church.

If you have any trouble finding us or need further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us at 091 551596 or seaweedcentre@gmail.com. We're here to help ensure you arrive at our destination smoothly.

Alternatively, you can use public transportation options such as buses. The 424 leaves from Galway City to Lettermullen.

Galway City – Lettermullen

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Lettermullen – Galway City

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Getting Here from Overseas

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Accommodation:

Explore accommodation options in Lettermullen or nearby areas. Options may include guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, or self-catering cottages. Booking in advance is recommended, especially during peak tourist seasons.

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Activities:

Enjoy outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, or kayaking amidst the picturesque landscapes of Lettermullen. Take a leisurely stroll along the coastline and explore the beaches. Visit local attractions such as historical sites, churches, or cultural centres to learn about the area's rich heritage and traditions.

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Local Cuisine:

Sample traditional Irish cuisine at local pubs or restaurants. Seafood dishes are popular in coastal areas, so don't miss the chance to try fresh fish and seafood delicacies.

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Safety Precautions:

Be prepared for variable weather conditions, especially if engaging in outdoor activities. Bring appropriate clothing and gear. Follow safety guidelines and signs when exploring coastal areas or hiking trails. Respect the natural environment and local community during your visit.

Group Catering Itinerary

Organising a group itinerary that offers a variety of activities such as kayaking, visiting a heritage centre, experiencing a seaweed bath, going on a seaside safari, and enjoying lunch at a café can provide a well-rounded and memorable experience for participants. Here's a sample itinerary.

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Sample Itinerary

Kayaking Adventure Icon Activity Option 1: Kayaking Adventure
  • Escort one group to the kayaking location.
  • Provide safety instructions and equipment.
  • Enjoy a guided kayaking tour along the scenic coastline, wildlife, and stunning views.
Heritage Center Icon Activity Option 2: Heritage Centre Visit
  • Explore exhibits, artefacts, and interactive displays showcasing the area's history, culture, and traditions.
  • Engage in guided tours or hands-on activities led by knowledgeable staff.

Lunch

  • Reconvene at a designated café or restaurant for lunch.
  • Offer a variety of menu options to accommodate dietary preferences and restrictions.
  • Provide ample time for participants to relax, socialise, and recharge before the afternoon activities
Seaweed Bath Icon Activity Option 3: Seaweed Bath Experience
  • Allow participants to indulge in a relaxing and rejuvenating seaweed bath, soaking in the nutrient-rich waters and enjoying the therapeutic benefits.

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