Galway holiday rentals
The city of Galway puts a splash of colour and fun on the map, situated the West of Ireland surrounded by picturesque Irish countryside. Inspiring artists and tourists alike, this city has a vibrant atmosphere and there are always events going on in and around the centre. It is described by many as having a laid-back vibe with a bohemian flavor giving you a real sense of the Irish mentality. With the waterfront right on your doorstep and access to some of Ireland’s best countryside around you, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you book a holiday home in Galway.
The flamboyant entertainment scene attracts visitors from all over the world
Galway has an undeniably vibrant and varied musical scene which is one of the things which gives the city its unique appeal. Traditional music is popular and is kept alive in pubs and by street performers in the area. Galway Early Music Festival presents European music from the 12th to the 18th century, which means you won’t have time to get bored! The city encourages not only engagement in music, but also dance and costumes, the more vibrant the better! The festival involves both professional and amateur musicians. With music events happening throughout the year you will be able to experience the brilliant atmosphere whenever you choose to book a holiday home.
Let the Gaelic countryside captivate your imagination in Galway
If you choose to stay in Galway you won’t have any trouble finding some fresh country air! Nature and parks surround the area, such as the Wild Atlantic Way. The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest signed coastal route in the world at 2,750 km (1,700 miles) in length! Nor does Galway stop at its shoreline. A short ferry crossing from the mainland takes you to the mythical Aran Islands: cliffs, stone walls, deserted beaches and iconic heritage sites like Dún Aonghasa lie here. You also have the opportunity to visit cities such as Castlebar and Limerick whilst you stay here.
Book your holiday home here and become immersed in culture
The town hosts various museums which will provide you with an insight into the background of the city, and also offers a spectacular view of the River Corrib. Once you’ve learnt the basics about the city, it’s time to explore the rest of the cultural delights. That may be in the form of a tiny independent bookshop; it may be a pub or an aquarium! You are able to browse the market by St Nicholas’s Church, try the local Irish sushi or step through the Spanish Arch when you book a holiday home here and discover the secrets of Ireland