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Skycourt Shopping Centre

There is something for everyone in SkyCourt Shannon. Whether you’re doing you weekly grocery shopping, getting a new hairstyle, medicines, flowers, clothes or shoe repairs, some nice cakes, sports gear, stylish clothes and shoes, your’re sure to find what you need on the SkyCourt malls. 
The shops include: Dealz, Dunnes Stores, Sash Ladies Store, Holland and Barrett, Gleesons Jewellers, Lifestyle Sports, Euro Shop, JT Autocare, Eco Vape, as well as Easons Bookstore.

Ennis

The town of Ennis provides a unique shopping experience with little boutiques. Its narrow, winding streets and weekly open air market adds to its charm and it is proud of its reputation as one of Ireland Tidiest Towns. A short drive away are the historic city of Limerick to the South and the artistic city of Galway to the North, both offering a wealth of shopping opportunities. En route to Shannon Airport, Bunratty village also offers excellent Irish craft shopping including tableware, woollen knits and jewellery, all designed and handmade in Bunratty.

Limerick

As the retail capital of the Mid-West, Limerick offers a memorable shopping experience with a fabulous selection of small family-run shops, stylish boutiques and modern department stores.
In our compact city centre there's just a short walk between designer stores, high street brands, market stalls and independent boutiques.

Retail centres include the Arthur’s Quay shopping centre in the City Centre, the Crescent Shopping Centre in Dooradoyle and the Parkway Shopping Centre on the Dublin Road.

At Limerick Milk Market you will discover the very best of fresh, natural produce from great farmhouse cheeses and chutneys, just-caught fish and artisan meats, organic fruit and vegetables, to delicious healthy breads and fresh pressed juices.

Galway

Galway provides a unique shopping experience with a wide range of shops to cater for the tastes of both visitors and locals. As well as the highstreet shops, there is an interesting variety of specialist and tourist orientated shops, which offer unique and interesting gifts. Many of the shops are located on streets in the main shopping area in the centre of the city including Galway's famous bustling market which has been trading in Church lane by St Nicholas' Church in the centre of the city for literally centuries.

The city centre shopping areas are supplemented by a number of enclosed shopping centres, most of which are situated on the city's outskirts.