Mulranny to represent Ireland in in this year’s hugely prestigious Entente Florale Competition.

The village of Mulranny, along with Listowel in County Kerry, represent Ireland in this year’s hugely prestigious Entente Florale Competition! Mulranny will compete against thirteen other European towns when ten international judges will visit Mulranny in July. Many people think that it’s a floral competition because the word flowers is in the title. But it’s […]

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€3.2 million boost for Mayo’s Great Western Greenway

HE Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, has announced that the government has allocated a further €3.2 million to Mayo County Council to support the extension of the Great Western Greenway. The investment is to extend the route from Achill Sound to Bunnacurry as well as from Westport to Murrisk, developments that will […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in South Mayo – Claremorris

Claremorris sits in a valley, surrounded by rolling drumlins and hills. The town was established during the 18th century and is named after a Norman who came to Ireland in 1169. 1. Discover the oversized, fun handcrafted wood features in the Land of the Giants (McMahon Park). Enjoy a stroll around the Clare Lake Loop […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in South Mayo – Knock

Knock Shrine, just 20 minutes away from Ireland West Airport Knock, could easily claim to have one of the most interesting histories of any place in Ireland. The small village of Knock was the site of an apparition in 1879, witnessed by 15 ordinary, rural dwellers and, since then, it has grown into one of […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in South Mayo – Cong & Ballinrobe

Some say that Ballinrobe is the oldest town in Mayo, dating back to 1390, and Cong village is where the last High King of Ireland died in 1198. With a wealth of heritage and archaeological sites, this beautiful region is considered to be Ireland’s Lake District – there’s an adventure for everyone here. 1. Visit the award-winning Ashford […]

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17 Photos That Prove County Mayo Is One Of The Most Painfully Beautiful Corners Of Earth From the North Mayo coast to the top of Croagh Patrick

I‘ve travelled around a fair chunk of Ireland over the past 6 or 7 years. Naturally enough, I’ve a handful of counties that I tend to swing back into time and time again, as they’ve either a close family or friend connection, or they’re just class and I feel like I’ve only scratched their surface. […]

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