Activity Breaks Galway

Galway offers a whole range of activity breaks. With it's position on the coast there are a range of water activities, golfing and much much more.
Have a look though some of the hightlighted activity breaks within our locality.

Greyhound Racing

The home of Greyhound Racing at its best, Galway Greyhound Stadium, situated right in the heart of the city is one of Galway's premier night-time entertainment venues. Superb food and service, combined with quality racing, makes it an excellent choice for all. Choose the luxurious surroundings of Master’s Restaurant, where you’ll enjoy panoramic, unrivalled views of the race circuit, or try out the culinary delights of trendy Barker’s Bar with its direct access to open terracing and bookmakers. Email: or Tel: +353 (0)91 562273 for more information .

Killary Adventure Company

Killary Adventure Company is located three miles from Leenane village on the Clifden Road. They offer excitement and fun with quality accommodation. They accommodate for everyone's budget and taste with activities such as bungee jumping, abseiling, archery and waterskiing to name but a few suitable for the complete beginner to the more experienced. They have facilities for individuals or groups for up to 150. They are an ideal holiday destination for families looking for something little different! Email: or Tel: +353 (0)95 43411 for more information .

Pallas Karting

Take a spin to Pallas Karting where you can be in the driving seat, jostling for pole position in one of the fastest and most exhillerating sports in Ireland today. At Pallas Karting you can experience the thrill of real motor racing first hand at their new kart circuit. Whatever the weather, Pallas Karting has the green light for an action packed non-stop race programme for everyone. Email: or Tel: +353 (0)90 9745147 for more information .

Killary Cruises

Killary Harbour is recognised as Ireland’s only Fjord, is a nine mile long inlet which boasts some of the finest scenery in the West of Ireland and because of it’s sheltered nature has the calmest of waters. Once on board, guides will introduce the history of the area and the fjordal landscape which is unique to this part of Ireland. Seals, otters, wild goats and many species of seabirds can be observed in their natural habitat. Of particular interest are a local school of dolphins which can often be seen from the boat, providing a lively display of diving and dancing. You will also be able to observe the workings of a mussel farm and a salmon farm. The sea bus will stop at the salmon farm to give passengers the opportunity to watch the fish being fed. Email: or Tel: +353 1800 415151 for more information

Rusheen Bay Windsurfing

Rusheen Bay Windsurfing is one of Ireland’s leading windsurfing schools, located just outside Galway City on the main scenic route to Connemara. Rusheen Bay provides an ideal, safe, learning environment for beginners and a great flat-water venue for freestyle and blasting as you progress. They use the new Irish Sailing Association ‘Go! Windsurfing’ teaching syllabus and the most up to date equipment to accelerate the learning process and promise that even complete beginners can expect to be windsurfing in less than 60 minutes! Email: or Tel: +353 (0)87 2605 702 for more information.

Bearna Golf Club

This 18 hole club designed by RJ Brown is set on the edge of Connemara with magical views of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. With parkland tees and sand based greens, this club offers a unique golfing experience. Special concessions are availbable at Bearna Golf Club for Hotel Clybaun guests. Email: or Tel: +353 (0)91 592677 for more information.

Galway Golf Club

Galway GolfClub is located against the picturesque backdrop of Galway Bay. It has unspoiled views of Galway Bay and the Clare Hills. This club dates back to 1895 and is recognised as one of the finest courses in Ireland. Email: or Tel: +353 (0)91 522033 for more information.