Neighborhood

Kilmacduagh

3 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Una
Una
June 23, 2016
Round Tower - Extraordinary and beautiful.
Maire
Maire
December 22, 2014
Beautiful Monastic site with round tower en route to the Burren, a must see
Frances
Frances
March 9, 2013
Kilmacduagh Monsastry is the site of an old monastic settlement, 5 km from Gort center. It was the birthplace of the Diocese of Kilmacduagh, whose name means "church of Duagh's son".

Unique things to do nearby

Scenic Burren Adventure Photo Session
  1. Photoshoot
  2. 1.5 hours
From Price:$177 / person

Places to stay nearby

SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. 1 bed
St Colman 's B&B, Kilmacduagh 4

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Establishment
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Restaurant
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Location
Galway