View of Galway bayAran Islands , Ireland
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View of Galway Bay
This webcam overlooks Galway – the Atlantic Bay off the coast of Ireland, separated from the ocean by the Aran Islands, where the online camera is located. The depth of Galway Bay reaches up to 42 m, length – 66 km, width at the entrance – about 40 km.
The coast, which shows a live broadcast, is located in the small town of Kilronan, Galway County (Connaught province).
The Aran archipelago, where the online stream is conducted from, has three islands, the most popular and largest of which is Inis Mor, where the live webcam is located on the Baltic Live Cam website. The other two Aran Islands are Inis Meain and Inis Oirr.
On the island of Inis Mor, whose coast overlooks the Galway Bay online, there are several prehistoric forts. The most famous fort of the Aran Islands is Dun Aonghasa, which lies on a 100-meter cliff with a dizzying view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Another Fort Dun Eochla is located on a hill in the middle of Inis Mor Island. The third fort, Dun Eoghanachta, also erected on a hill, is located in the west of the island, far from the sea.
An important religious monument of the island is St. Brendan’s Church, located on a hill in the city of Killeany. It is the smallest church in the world.
On the island of Inis Oirr there is an important historical attraction – O’Brien’s Castle of the 14th century.
From all the Aran Islands, where the live broadcast comes from, it’s convenient to go on a cruise to the Cliffs of Moher, located near the village of Doolin. On these cliffs there are observation platforms and Atlantic Edge Museum, where you can get acquainted with the continents formation on Earth in prehistoric times. An important attraction is located on the Moher cliffs, it is O’Brien’s Tower, from its height opens a surprisingly beautiful panorama of the Aran Islands.
The climate in the Aran Islands is temperate marine. Throughout the year, the weather is mild and humid. The average temperature in January is +7 C, in July +16 C. Weather forecast on Aran Islands for 7 days is available on our website online.