Ballyconneely

The low lying area of Ballyconneely lies exposed to the Atlantic waves. Many beautiful beaches are found here, the most unusual of these being the Coral Strand, a rich golden beach which skirts the main road between Clifden and Ballyconneely village. In sharp contrast the rocks and craggy islands off the western tip of Ballyconneely have threatened many passing boats and fishermen in the area. The location of a lighthouse at Slyne head in 1863 has given a safe passage to many and ben a friendly light in the night sky to the surrounding areas. Amongst the sand dunes looking towardes the lightohouse is the beautiful Connemara 18 hole Championship Golf Links.

 Activities in Ballyconneely

Equestrian Centres
The Point Equestrian Centre

Game Fishing
Doohulla Fishery
Lough Anaserd
Angling Truska Lough

 


 
 
 
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