The Ballinglen Museum of Art
Right at the heart of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, Mayo embraces the Atlantic Ocean with many of the county’s unforgettable landmarks dotted along its coastline - majestic Croagh Patrick, Clew Bay, Achill’s unmistakable cliffs, the Stags of Broadhaven and the sea stack Dún Briste.
Mayo’s Atlantic coastline is a playground for those with an adventurous spirit, offering world-class deep-sea fishing, kite surfing, coasteering, kayaking, walking, cycling and many beautiful Blue Flag beaches.
Jutting proudly into the Atlantic Ocean, Mayo has a stunningly beautiful, unspoilt environment - a magical destination for visitors. Mayo promises the holiday experience of a lifetime with rugged beauty and top mayo tourist attractions to explore during your stay.
Get inspired with our detailed itineraries. Cycle, Hike, Surf or Stroll, whatever your pace there's so much to see and do. Rugged landscapes, towering sea cliffs, beautiful beaches, museums and geological marvels, there's plenty to fill your days of adventure.Find out more
There are some fun and quirky places to stay in Mayo, from stone clad cottages to the Clare Island Lighthouse, a nautical landmark perched high on the craggy cliffs, watching over Clew Bay.Find out more
Achill, Inishturk, Clare Island and Collanmore are just a few of the Islands off the coast of Mayo. Each with its own character and unspoiled beauty, from dramatic sea cliffs, picture perfect landscapes and beautiful beaches. There is something for everyone, come see for yourself.Find out more
Planes, trains and automobiles... Getting to Mayo is easier than it's ever been.Find out more