Connemara National Park

One of Ireland’s finests natural gems, Connemara National Park sits along the west coast of Ireland near the Wild Atlantic Way in County Mayo. Spread across 2,000 hectares the park is a natural wonder in which you will not want to miss. Home to a variety of wildlife and wild ponies, there is a wildness to the hills and mountains of the park that is easy to get lost in. 

Diamond Hill is one of the most breathtaking hikes the park has to offer, and upon reaching the summit one can enjoy views of the spectacular Kylemore Abbey and the nearby Twelve Bens mountain range. 

While not everyone may desire to climb the more ambitious trails, the park is full of beautiful paths that can be easily strolled at your leisure.

Read what others share about their experience

  • And85
    a month ago
    Good for hikes of every level! In order to reach the summit you might need an hour approximately...
  • Martin P
    2 months ago
    Superb facility at the foot of a bit of a tough hike! Perfectly clean toilet facilities, adequate...
  • Andrew Brown
    in the last week
    Wonderful visitors experience - helpful and informative staff and great exhibits and interactive...
  • Nathan Tsang
    a year ago
    Great park with a few different trails to suit different people. There are some amazing views at the...
  • Leonard Harvey
    3 months ago
    Absolutely amazing scenery, beautiful walks well worth a visit ...

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