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We have only six days, seven nights in Ireland. We will be arriving in Shannon and leaving from Shannon. We will have a car. I think the first two nights will be spent in Kinvara as a base to explore the Burren and nearby towns/villages. The next two nights will be spent in Galway, one day to explore Galway and another to explore the Connemara. The last night will be spent in Adare because of its proximity to Shannon Airiport.

The question I have is where to go after Galway for two nights. We were thinking of the following:
1) Kinsale or
2) Wesport up to County Sligo or
3) The Midlands, east of Galway .

Any suggestions?

We are photographers, but would love to avoid areas inundated with tour busses. Since we're going in early August, this might prove to be difficult, but hopefully not impossible.

Thank you.

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