- Welcome to  Mayo




Mayo boasts a stunningly beautiful unspoilt environment with a magical attraction for visitors.


Cosmopolitan towns exude charm and personality, as welcoming as the Mayo people themselves. The standard and availability of accommodation is excellent and the range of visitor attractions and activities expands each year. Unique highlights include The Great Western Greenway (a 42 km off-road cycling and walking trail - the longest of its type in Ireland!), and Croagh Patrick (Ireland's holy mountain) with the starkly beautiful National Famine Memorial at its foot and spectacular Views of Clew Bay and its many islands from the summit.


History comes alive at the world famous Ceide Fields in North Mayo where man's imprint on the land dates back 5,000 years, whilst the extensive Jackie Clarke Collection (one of the most important historical collections of Irish artefacts in the World) can be seen in the town of Ballina.


Quite simply, Mayo is amazing!

What to Do » Visitor Attractions » Other

National Museum of Ireland – Country Life

Turlough Park, Castlebar, County Mayo ,    94 9031755

National Museum of Ireland - Country Life Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo Victorian and contemporary architecture combine at the National Museum of Ireland - Country...

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Where to Stay » Hotels

Knock House Hotel3 Star

Knock , Co Mayo    094 9388088

Knock House Hotel, is a 3-star 68 bedroom, architecturally-designed Hotel located in the tranquil village of Knock. The Hotel nestles in over 100 acres of picturesque grounds...

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Where to Stay » Hotels

Westport Woods Hotel & Spa4 Star

Quay Rd Westport , Co.Mayo, F28FK23   98 25811

Family-owned and managed by Michael Lennon and Joanne McEniff as part of the Brian McEniff Hotel Group, the Westport Woods Hotel & Spa prides itself on genuine hospitality...

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