Behind the famous Spanish Arch, you’ll find Galway City Museum, which looks at how the county’s remarkable history shaped the region and indeed the nation. Across three floors and several exhibitions, you can trace the county’s evolution from medieval times to more recent historical events.
Galway onto (Maigh Cuilinn) Moycullen, this is a Gaeltacht village about 10km northwest of Galway City. It is near Lough Corrib on the road to Oughterard and Clifden, it has many popular attractions. Lots of delicious food and drinks in the White Gables and The Forge or some fun for the whole family in Wildlands Galway for some adventure. Continuing on from (Maigh Cuilinn) Moycullen the route climbs over high ground affording a wonderful view of Galway Bay and the Arran Islands. Cyclcist then drop down to Roscahill a beautiful village surrounded with lots of natural amenities and from there to (Casla) Costelloe where the section ends.