Mayo Map
AMETS Renewable Energy Wave Test Site or Atlantic Marine Energy Test Site (AMETS) located off Annagh Head was established to test the performance or pre commercial wave energy devices in extreme open water conditions.
Shell Gas line The Corrib development is strategically important from an energy security perspective, because at peak production, Corrib has the potential to deliver more than 60% of Ireland's gas needs.
Wind farms across Mayo Mayo has an excellent wind energy resource with a potential 500 MW output. Ireland's first commercial wind farm was built in Bellacorrick Co. Mayo in 1992 and there are now 8 wind farms in total.
Wind farms across Mayo Mayo has an excellent wind energy resource with a potential 500 MW output. Ireland's first commercial wind farm was built in Bellacorrick Co. Mayo in 1992 and there are now 8 wind farms in total.
Keem Keem Bay is a perfect horseshoe bay containing a popular Blue Flag beach at the head of a valley between the cliffs of Benmore to the west and Croaghaun mountain on the east.
DownPatrick Head DownPatrick Head is a headland between Ballycastle village and the archaeological site of Ceide Fields. It commands breathtaking views on the Atlantic, the Staggs of Broadhaven to the west and high stunning cliffs to the east.
Mayo Renewable Power The site will be home to Ireland's largest independent biomass power plant generating 42.5 MW of renewable electricity.
Cossmolina The picturesque town of Crossmolina is located 13km from Ballina, 30 mins from both Castlebar and Westport and approx 50km from Ireland West Airport Knock and Knock Marian Shrine..
BallinaBallina, (gaelic Béal an Átha) home of the famous River Moy, is Mayo's largest town. There is a rich variety of pubs, restaurants and nightclubs in the town, which is famous for its hospitality and excellent accommodation base
Clew Bay Clew Bay is a natural ocean bay in County Mayo, Republic of Ireland. It contains Ireland's best example of sunken drumlins. The bay is overlooked by Croagh Patrick to the south and the Nephin mountains to the North.
Irish TV Since its launch on 1st May 2014, Irish TV has been viewed in over 140 countries across the world. Ireland's first international TV channel and their motto is to broadcast local stories to a global audience.
WestportFew towns in Ireland can match Westport’s charisma and continental flavour. Cheerful, multi-coloured shop fronts jostle for attention with an attractive selection of shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants.
Croagh Patrick Croagh Patrick is a 764 metres (2,507 ft) mountain and an important site of pilgrimage in County Mayo in Ireland. It is 8 kilometres (5 mi) from Westport, It is the third highest mountain in County Mayo.
Hollister is an independent, employee-owned company that develops, manufactures and markets healthcare products and services worldwide, employing over 500 people.
Lionbridge The world’s largest localization firm, Lionbridge combines the language expertise and operational capabilities you need to engage the global consumer with the greatest impact.
Coca Cola Operating for 15 years now in Ballina, the company has successfully established itself as a key player in the worldwide Coca-Cola Business System. The plant is one of Mayo's largest employers.
Allergan Allergan Pharmaceuticals is based in Westport, Co. Mayo. The Westport Site has two plants, a Sterile Pharmaceutical Ophthalmic plant and a Biologics plant employs close to 800 people.
CastlebarMayo is the 3rd largest county in Ireland and Castlebar (gaelic Caisleán an Bharraigh) is the county town and also the administrative seat for the county.It is a busy Market Town and one of the fastest growing towns in the country.
Baxter Baxter established its Ireland Manufacturing Operation in 1972 and today employs 900 people at two state of the art manufacturing plants at Castlebar and Swinford, Co. Mayo.
Kiltimagh Kiltimagh, a picturesque town in the heart of the county is centrally located for touring the West. Kiltimagh is much admired by visitors for its beautiful 19th century artisan village theme.
Knock Knock (Irish Cnoc Mhuire, 'Hill of the Virgin Mary') is a major international Catholic pilgrimage and prayer site. Knock Shrine is open all year round. The main pilgrimage season extends from April until October.
DeCare Dental DeCare is a dedicated dental insurance provider with over 10 years experience in Ireland. They are a subsidiary of DeCare Dental LLC with more than 9 million customers worldwide.
CBE CBE are one of the leading innovators in retail technology in Europe and first choice for EPoS solutions in Ireland and the UK. For over thirty years, they have been delivering excellent service to retailers across the country.
Claremorris Claremorris is a vibrant and thriving town steeped in history and benefits greatly from its agricultural hinterland and very central location in the province of Connaught.
Ballyhaunis Ballyhaunis is the first town you come to in County Mayo as you travel west. It is a busy town, situated amidst a patchwork of green fields, lakes, wild bog and beautiful country lanes. Centrally positioned in the heart of Connaught.
McHale McHales is a family run business, which was established by brothers Padraic and Martin McHale. Over the last 30 years they are now exporting globally
Ballinrobe Ballinrobe is a thriving market town. Its recent growth is attributable to a national construction boom and its development as a dormitory town for both Galway and Castlebar.
Fort Wayne Metals Fort Wayne Metals has been producing the highest quality medical grade wire since 1970.
GMIT has over the years established itself as one of the leading institutes in the country resulting in the Sunday Times awarding the college the Institute of Technology of the year 2015.
Ireland West Airport Knock One of the fastest growing regional airports facilitating over 700,000 visitors annually. The airport now serves more than 20 scheduled and charter destinations across Ireland, the UK, Europe and beyond.
Sub Sea Fibre Optic Cable This new cable will provide a super fast internet connection between Ireland, Europe and the US and is expected to be a major economic boost for the West. The link can cope with up to one third of the world's telephone calls.
NUI Galway An hours' drive from Castlebar, NUI Galway ranks among the top 2% of Universities in the world. Their prestigious history spans almost two centuries.
Sligo IT is one of Ireland's most successful third level educational institutions. A regional leader in education, innovation and economic and social development, they provide courses with the real-world skills.
Railway Freight connectivity Mayo is the largest producer of rail freight in the country. In 2014, over 1000 freight trains came in and out of Mayo. An average freight train can remove 36 long distance lorries from our roads.