1. Dánlann Yawl Art Gallery

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Dánlann Yawl Art Gallery was established by Seosamh Ó'Dálaigh in 1985 in Dooega, Achill Island. Read more

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  2. Carrowkeel Camping and Caravan Park

    Castlebar, Mayo

    A perfect choice for anyone wanting to enjoy the peace and quiet of the West of Ireland, Carrowkeel Camping and Caravan Park is located near Ballyvary, County Mayo. The award-winning park is within easy reach of Connemara, Croagh Patrick and Achill. Read more

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  3. School Of Landscape Painting at Pontoon Bridge Hotel

    Pontoon, Mayo

    In a setting of unparalleled beauty, the School of Landscape Painting is under the professional tuition of Mr Pat Goff. The courses are designed to cater for both the experienced and the beginner. Read more

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  4. Dánlann Yawl Art Gallery Painting School

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Painting workshops with a difference in peaceful inspiring surroundings, under the direction of experienced professional artist, Seosamh Ó Dálaigh. Read more

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  5. J.J O'Malleys Restaurant

    Westport, Mayo

    JJ O’ Malleys restaurant is Westport’s most famous bar and restaurant. Located at the top of Bridge St (near the Clock) in the heart of westport town. Read more

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  6. Trá Buí - Holmes of Doohoma

    Ballina, Mayo

    The Trá Buí pub is owned and run by the Holmes family and is situated in the picturesque village of Doohoma in Erris, Co. Mayo. A pub of distinction, there are regular traditional music sessions and live music gigs in Trá Buí. Read more

  7. Dooega, Achill Island Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Dooega Beach is a small and sheltered beach located on the south side of Achill Island in County Mayo. It is perfect for summer sunbathing due to its south facing location. Read more

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  8. Kiltimagh - The Artisan Village

    Kiltimagh, Mayo

    Kiltimagh - The Artisan Village and birthplace of Rafteiri the blind Irish poet, lies in the very heart of the West of Ireland, in County Mayo. Revived trades and crafts of artisans from a bygone era make the village a living, historical experience. Read more

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  9. Giro De Baile

    Ballycastle, Mayo

    Calling all cyclists! Dust down your bikes and take part in the Giro De Baile in Co. Mayo this August with three routes to choose from: 130km, 60km or a 10km family route. Read more

  10. Doran's Point

    Ballycroy, Mayo

    Doran's Point is the location for a small concrete pier providing a gateway to Inis Bigil Island. Read more

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