The heartbeat of the Wild Atlantic Way, County Mayo has endless offerings for visitors – a wide variety of activities, events and attractions.
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Consider County Mayo as a location for you or your business – high quality infrastructure, an international airport, a skilled workforce and exemplary quality of life are just a few reasons why County Mayo is an appealing choice as a business location.
Con’s journey sees him pass through beautiful locations on Mayo’s west coast. Starting in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Clare island, Con swaps his swimsuit for his bike at the glorious Keem Bay. After emerging from the water he continues to the Doolough Valley outside Louisburgh. His training is completed with a run along the Mulranny marshes and a climb up Ireland’s holy mountain, Croagh Patrick. Discover more about the locations here.
If you are looking for wild you have come to the right place! Belmullet and the Erris region is as wild as it gets. An endless supply of rugged landscapes means your next adventure has to be in this West of Ireland gem. Travel the path taken by Aidan, Leeroy and Colm by visiting Downpatrick Head, Fálmore, Ballyglass and Elly Bay. Plan your holiday here.
Achill Island is Ireland’s largest island and is home to epic waves, iconic sea cliffs and the friendliest people around. Ideal for a getaway, the island has pristine landscape and a rich history. Achill is located on Ireland’s signature driving route, the Wild Atlantic Way. For more information on locations click here.
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The year 2017 marks the 250th anniversary of the gorgeous town of Westport. On March 17th 1767, an advertisement was published in Faulkner's Journal by Peter Browne & William Leeson announcing that a new town was to be built & so, 1767 is regarded as Westport's foundation year.
A group of people have gathered to commemorate this occasion - to plan, oversee, promote & find the finances for a year-long programme of celebrations. They need YOUR help. To find out more, click here