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About County Mayo

Get ready for awe-inspiring scenery and a wealth of historical attractions

Mayo stands out as one of Ireland?s most scenic counties. But while you may gasp in awe at the craggy coastline that?s been lashed by the powerful Atlantic, make sure to remember that there?s a lot more going on in Mayo in the West of Ireland.

Ceide Fields are the oldest known field systems in the world (almost 6000 years old), Croagh Patrick is where Ireland’s patron saint fasted for 40 days in 441AD, and Achill Island is a stunning spot on the edge of Western Europe bursting with history and awe-inspiring sights.

And if all that wasn?t enough, there?s an abundance of charming villages to visit from beautifully situated Westport to the peaceful town of Cong.

Travelling to Mayo

By Plane

Ireland West Airport Knock is approx a 1 hour drive to Mayo .

By Boat

Ireland is linked to Britain and Europe by a number of car-ferry routes. The main ports of entry are CorkRosslare, and Dublin (Dublin Port / North Wall and Dun Laoghaire)

By Bus

Bus Éireann provide services to County Mayo from Dublin, Sligo and Galway.

By Train

The Dublin / Ballina line serves Co. Mayo with stations at Ballyhaunis, Claremorris, Manulla Junction, Foxford and Ballina. The Dublin / Westport line serves the stations at Ballyhaunis, Claremorris, Manulla Junction, Castlebar and Westport

Whats to See and Do in Mayo

Museum Of Country Life in Mayo

This award winning Museum Of Country Life in Mayo is home to the National Folklife Collection which represents traditional life in Ireland throughout the nineteenth and early twenthieth centuries.Set in…
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