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  1. Oughter Ard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Oughterard is an ecclesiastical hilltop site, graveyard, townland, and formerly a parish, borough and royal manor in County Kildare, nowadays part of the community of ...
  2. Welcome to Oughterard - Oughterard Tourism

    Oughterard Tourism is delighted to be partnered with the Oughterard Business Association to offer even more information on the Oughterard area.
  3. Oughterard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Oughterard (Irish: Uachtar Ard) is a small town on the banks of the Owenriff River close to the western shore of Lough Corrib in County Galway, Ireland.
  4. Oughterard Heritage | A community history of Oughterard, Co ...

    A community history of Oughterard, Co. Galway ... This website records the history and local heritage of Oughterard County Galway.
  5. Oughterard

    The Oughterard Community Partnership (OCP) is a local, voluntary, non-political group made up of residents of the community of Oughterard. This group first formed in ...
  6. Tourism | Oughterard

    Oughterard is called "the Gateway to Connemara", and offers the perfect base to explore all the diverse activities, sights and experiences the West of Ireland has to ...
  7. Oughterard Attractions - Oughterard Tourism

    Oughterard, Co. Galway, Ireland is on the shores of Lough Corrib and at the edge of the stunning Connemara Mountainous Region. Oughterard Tourism is a newly ...
  8. Oughterard Ireland, Oughterard Galway, Oughterard Connemara ...

    Oughterard County Galway Ireland including Accommodation, Attractions, Businesses, Education, Employment, Clubs, Galway City
  9. Oughterard, Ireland - TripAdvisor

    Oughterard Tourism: TripAdvisor has 1,527 reviews of Oughterard Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Oughterard resource.
  10. Oughterard Golf Club | Co. Galway, Ireland

    Welcome to Oughterard Golf Club! Oughterard Golf Club is an 18 Hole parkland course, which is lined with mature native Irish trees, including Oak, Hazel and Birch.