What to See & Do in Mayo

The (love it or hate it) Golf Links Tour: Ireland North

Sweep around Ireland's North coast, with great day by day itineraries for non-golfers and fantastic links courses for golfers.

Westport House and Gardens

An interesting old house in a beautiful location with Clew Bay on one side and a serenely lovely lake on the other.

Ceide Fields

Archaeological excavations in Mayo are uncovering new insights into life in Stone Age Ireland, and what they are finding is having an international impact.

Achill Island

Although no longer strictly an Island since the construction of a road to the mainland, Achill retains the sense of being a place apart.

Stone Walls

The ubiquitous stone walls or fences seen in Ireland are the object of much curiosity from visitors, particularly those built without mortar in the …

Knock Shrine

Knock is famed as the scene of an apparition of the Virgin Mary, St Joseph and St John the Evangelist and draws large numbers to prayer and pilgrimage.

Irish Museum of Country Life

A branch of the National Museum, which concentrates on clothing, tools, toys and other household items giving an insight into day to day living in …

Ballina, Co Mayo

Ballina is a busy market town famed as a centre for anglers, who are drawn to the salmon in the River Moy.

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Belmullet, Co Mayo

In a relatively little visted part of Ireland, Belmullet is a perfect spot for those who want to get away from it all to a place with extraordinary …

Castlebar, Co Mayo

A fairly large and busy town, Castlebar grew up around the de Barry castle and is a popular centre for anglers and walkers.