Whatever you fancy Galway will have something to suit. There is a wealth of indoor and outdoor activities to keep you busy from Kayaking in the Atlantic, walking through Connemara or Puffin watching off the Cliffs of Mohar to family days out at Loughwell Farm or cruising along the river on the Corrib Princess, you won't be stuck for ideas. While there's plenty of beaches to enjoy and many free parks to roam below is a flavour of some of the more adventurous activities Galway has to offer

Give It a Go kayaking allows you to explore Galway's lakes, rivers and coastline in the an exciting way. Send either a half or full day kayaking at one of their locations and make some truly special memories.

Have you always fancied trying Paddle Boarding......well now is your chance! Choose from windsurfing, paddle boarding or kayaking at Rusheen Bay.

Why not explore the surrounding countryside on 2 wheels instead of 4! West Ireland Cycling offer a range of bicycle hire options to suit everyone.

If you want to enjoy the beauty of the river but don't fancy rowing your own boat, jump aboard the Corrib Princess. Leaving from the heart of Galway city, the Corrib Princess offers 90 minute guided tours of the River Corrib and the beauty surrounding it.

Looking for adventure for your little ones......Loughwell Farm Park has it covered, indoor and outdoor playgrounds and pet farm the plenty to do to fill a day here.

Newly renovated swimming and leisure complex located in Salthill. It offers 3 pools, one of which has children's play area. There is also a giant waterslide and at scheduled times and an inflatable obstacle course. 

Culture and the City

If your adventures leave you feeling the need for a bit of R & R, fear not there's plenty to do that does not require breaking a sweat! Galway is a bubbling centre of gastromy and culture so you will be spoilt for choice, wheather it's fine dining or fresh seafood you'll find something to suit everyone,s pallet in Galway.

Galway has a thriving cultural thread running through the city so why not check out the latest offering at the theatre
The Town Hall Theatre (}
The Druid
Rosin Dubh
Trad on the Prom
The Quays

There is also two cinemas and an indoor leisure complex with bowling and arcade area.

But if you feel like a day off from all the bustle just turn your head West and you will be transported to a land of mystery and romance in the wilds of Connemara. The landscapes will change with the passing wind and memories created on a day spent exploring that will last a life time. 
Aran Islands
Connemara National Park
Brigit's Garden
Kylemore Abbey
Connemara Heritage & History Centre
Connemara Pony Show
Coral Beach