Lap Dancing Clubs in Co Galway

Co Galway is in the middle of the country and it stretches from the Atlantic (it’s the furthest west part of the country) inland to Banagher at the centre of the country. It is the second largest region in Ireland after Cork. It’s coast line is many small inlets and coves and the inland areas have several lakes including Lough Corrib the latest in Ireland and others like Lough Mask and Lough Derg taking up a good chunk of the county. These lakes split the county into two, the North Atlantic side and the mainland side with the town of Galway right in the middle.

Main town Galway has about 75,000 inhabitants (so well below city status) and also has a cathedral, University Of Ireland main campus, three business and enterprise parks, various museums and the Spanish Arch over the River River Corrib. Salthill slightly down the coast is a popular seaside resort for the Irish, maybe because of the warming Gulf Stream coming in off the Atlantic making average summer temperatures of 30c plus common in the summer months.

There’s one club in the city called Le Paradis Club on Dominic Street near the docks and its the only one in the whole county unfortunately. If you fancy more then its only a short tramp on the M6 motorway to the capital which has more than its share of the country’s jewels.

If you’re sticking around Galway has various festivals including an annual film fest, annual arts fest and an oyster festival showing off the best of seafood in the region as well as a horse racing course with popular July and August meetings. The town is a hub for traditional music and culture with many groups playing in the local pubs.

Other larger towns in the area include Taum, Loughree and Ballinasloe.