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Gift shops in Galway City and County.
The Avoca store in Connemara, on Ireland's dramatic Atlantic coast is situated right on the shores of Ballinakil Bay on the main Clifden - Westport road at Letterfrack. A must-see for visitors to Connemara, the shop combines the very best of Irish crafts, gifts, clothes and soft furnishings, all with a view out across a magnificent rugged coastline and rolling hills of Connemara National Park. <br/><br/> It is the ideal place to pick up gifts or something special for yourself. There's something for everyone from womenswear to outdoor gear to delicious food from the Avoca Pantry range, perfect for that beach or mountainside picnic on the Twelve Pins.<br/><br/> There is also a large selection of scarves, rugs and throws in fine mohairs, lambswool and cashmere in many cases woven at the family Mill in Avoca Village, Co Wicklow.<br/><br/> Working for many years with talented Irish craftspeople, the store provides an exciting selection of exclusive gifts and accessories including glass, leather, pottery, silk, ironwork, jewellery, organic farming produce, perfumes and candles. Avoca is an Irish family-run business that spans one of the world's oldest surviving manufacturing companies and Ireland's most exciting stores. The beautifully bright and airy café is also worth a visit to rest tired legs after a morning of sightseeing.
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a small company based in Co. Galway, who design and manufacture fairy related gifts, to bring a little magic into your life. All of our works are handmade with great care to ensure each piece is perfectly unique.rnrn
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Ceardlann Spiddal Craft Village and Café is located at the entrance to Spiddal Village, just beside the beach, overlooking the beautiful Galway Bay, Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. Here you will find 10 craft workers designing, creating, making and selling their work. This unique and very accessible craft village, is a "must stop" for visitors interested in culture, heritage and craft.
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Cloon Keen Atelier is a family-run niche perfumery, creating unique products for the body, bath and home. A trained perfumer is always on hand to offer advice on their Galway made products. Their chic little shop is secretly tucked away in the heart of Galway's Medieval design district (21 A High Street) and is a regular haunt for Galwegians in the know.
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Cobwebs is a must on the shopping schedule of any visitor to Galway with an interest in high quality antique and contemporary jewellery. It was established in 1972 in a derelict building that was brought back to life by the owner. That very building, overlooking the Spanish Arch, has since featured in a Bord Faille advertising campaign on Fifth Avenue New York. That revival is echoed in the store itself, which gives beautiful antique jewellery a new lease of life. There is an excellent selection of antique and modern jewels, engagement rings and one of a kind gifts under its roof. From brooches to bracelets, Cobwebs has an impeccable stock for any discerning customer.<br/><br/> The owner, Phyllis McNamara, has managed to combine her passion and background in fine art with a thriving business. She has also studied with Sotheby's London and Cartier London. Customers are assured of expert advice from Phyllis and her staff on items they are interested in purchasing. The team at Cobwebs is as proud of its expertise and outstanding service as much as the fine assortment of stock on offer.
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Celtic Crystal was founded in 1972. This family-run business has been pioneering the incorporation of Celtic Designs and Gaelic Motifs into its ornate Irish Crystal and it is proud to claim leadership in this field. Today, this tradition is continued by a talented and creative group of young Irish crafts people; reproducing the culture and history of Ireland by crafting the unique and intricate designs that are synonymous with Ireland’s Celtic heritage on our exquisite crystal pieces.
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Based in Lissoughter in the Connermara mountains, the quarry first opened in the 19th century. The marble of Connemara can be found in the world's great monuments. In Trinity College Dublin, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, in Kensington Palace and many more. The marble is crafted and finished at the family's workshop in Dublin. A wide range of jewellery, gifts and souvenirs available.
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Dating from 1879, Fallers of Galway has long been a prime source of Claddagh rings, many of which are made on the premises. It also sells Celtic crosses, some inlaid with Connemara marble, as well as gold and silver jewelry and crystal. Located on Williamsgate street, just off Eyre Square.
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Galway Bay Gifts is a gift shop in Galway's Latin Quarter with a great range of Irish and Celtic Gifts. Family run with Irish Souvenirs, Galway Claddagh Rings, Mullingar Pewter, Guinness Memorabilia, tweed caps and hats.
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Judy Greene's pottery is produced using traditional skills of craft-potters. Judy's workshop is situated in her adopted city of Galway in the west of Ireland - a unique urban center with a lively "town atmosphere" housing a cosmopolitan diversity of craftworkers and artists.
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Connemara Day Tour

Discover Connemara, a beautifully scenic region just north of Galway City with Lally Tours. This tour includes stops at Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Gardens, Leenane Village, Killary Fjord and the village of An Spidéal overlooking Galway Bay.

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Cliffs of Moher & The Burren Day Tour

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