Discover Mayo

Known as the jewel of the Wild Atlantic Way, Co Mayo has much to offer. This perfect paradise with its Atlantic coastline, magnificent mountains and  wandering rivers has an unparalleled splendour and natural beauty all its own.

Discover your creative side in the best part of the countryside!

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The Greenway

The World Class Great Western Greenway is a 42km traffic free cycling and walking facility which primarily follows the line of the famous Westport to Achill Railway, which closed in 1937.

Achill Island

Characterized by rugged mountains and peat bogs, and known for its tall sea cliffs and clean beaches, Achill Island is the largest of the Irish isles. Renowned for its watersports, unspoiled beauty and warm hospitality, Achill brings visitors back again and again for holidays.

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Clew bay

Clew Bay, overlooked by Croagh Patrick to the south and the Nephin Range mountains of North Mayo, is the most spectacular bay in Ireland. The bay,  where the pittoresque villages Louisburgh, Murrisk and Mulranny are nestled, counts 365 islands, one for every day of the year. The vibrant town of Westport is situated in the shadow of Croagh Patrick.