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Private Tour From Galway / Turas as Gaillimh


Take a leisurely private group tour of some of the best Connemara Pubs from Galway. Pick your date, time and pick up location and we will arrange everything else for you.  As the tour is private at a set minimum price, you can have as few or as many people as you like (up to a maximum of 50). 

During your tour, you will experience majestic scenery through both North and South Connemara (Gaeltacht, Irish Speaking Region), meet some wonderful local characters and of course sample creamy pints of Guinness, local beers, spirits or drinks of your choice. 

The guided tour means you can sit back, relax and take in the unique atmosphere of Connemara, its people and place. Elevate your experience by dining in one of the pubs or how about a music session for you and your guests. This can be added to the tour, just let us know and we will make it happen.

Benefits of going with Connemara Pub Tours include:

  • Breathtaking scenery
  • Famous Connemara tradition & fun
  • No driving worries
  • Afternoon & evening departures
  • Tailor made itineraries available

Connemara Pub Tours cost from €60 per person (which includes a €5 food and beverage vouchers for the 4 pubs we visit). A great day out that’s easy on the pocket!

Note: This tour is private and has a set minimum price for 1 to 15 people. Groups of over 15 are charged at the standard per person rate up to a maximum of 50 people.

Price / Costas:

€900for 1 to 15 people

€60 per person

Tour vehicle departs Eyre Square, Galway. Please present 15 minutes prior to departure.

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Tour vehicle departs Eyre Square, Galway or from your chosen pick up point. Please present 15 minutes prior to departure.

  • Connemara tour guide
  • Ireland music
  • Connemara guided tour
  • Irish Pub
  • Irish Pub tradition
  • Irish pub

Route Map

A taste of what to expect…


Keane`s Bar, one of the most distinctive buildings in Connemara, is one of the oldest licenced premises in Ireland. Built by Alexander Nimmo in the early 1820`s as his residence while he was designing and building the roads of Connemara. After his death the house became an inn and was known as “Maam Hotel”. It accommodated such diverse clientele from British aristocracy to Padraic Pearse, who wrote a message in the hotel`s visitors book. It was bought by the Kenae family in 1969. Today the bar is very popular with tourists, walkers and locals alike. The bar has often been compared to ” a very cosy sitting room” with a large open fire and plenty of home comforts. A gem of a pub in the most scenic valley of Connemara.


As we venture south to the Gaeltacht our next port of call is Tigh Darby in the village of Beladangan. The village is the gateway to the Connemara isles and is situated with commanding views of Great Man’s Bay just east of the first bridge linking the islands. Once a well-known dance venue run by the late Dermot Nestor, better known as Seamus from the Irish-language soap opera, Ros na Rún. Tigh Darby is very much a local pub where the conversation flows and laughter abounds. With a wide array of attractions such as pool and darts, you’re guaranteed to be entertained and well looked after. Irish is the spoken word here, but don’t worry we will help you out!