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Top 5 Stag Party Destinations in Ireland

The big special day is fast approaching and its now time to start planning the stag weekend. It’s important to give your best mate a proper send off. We’ve created a list of the top five stag party destinations in Ireland to help you decide where to go and what to do.

Kilkenny

First up is surfing. Looking for an action-packed activity? Experience the rush of the waves crashing against your skin. Get out of your comfort zone and experience something new! If you’re a lover of water, this is the ideal activity for you. An activity perfect for the summer months when the weather is that bit nicer.

Galway

Galway is truly a beautiful city, with its gorgeous scenic bays and breath-taking sunsets over the wild Atlantic. We both know this wouldn’t be the selling point for many stag groups however watching the sunset with the boys over some cheeky pints, sounds great right? With deadly water sport activities, adrenaline-pumping activities and more. We promise the craic and galore will be had in Galway city.

Westport

Over the last few years, Westport has become an extremely popular spot amongst stag groups. The popularity arose due to the extensive range of activities Westport has to offer alongside the fantastic nightlife. The great thing about Westport is the proximity to Croagh Patrick. Climb up Croagh Patrick when you’re dying of a hangover, it’ll do wonders for you all.

Carrick on Shannon 

Carrick on Shannon is another popular spot. A quieter spot in comparison to Dublin however a lively one. Carrick on Shannon is a great spot for any stag weekend. With lots of outdoor activities to bars and pubs to have the craic in. It’s a mighty location.

Carlingford

Last up is wee Carlingford. The town is known for its outdoor activities, if the stag loves the outdoors, Carlingford might be the spot for you. Another town where the nightlife is bustling. An extremely popular stag party location in recent years.

Group of lads
Kilkenny Castle
Houses in Galway
Man taking picture of a mountain
Carrick on Shannon
Carlingford Lough

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