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Stella Maris is one of the most popular restaurants on Ireland's West Coast. It is recognised by Bridgestone Guides as one of Ireland's Top 100 restaurants. The quality and preparation of the food serves to complement the scenic location on Bunatrahir Bay overlooking Downpatrick Head.
A tour guiding and itinerary company whose services include guided walks and coach tours with a wide range of walks, tours and tailor made packages to suit your needs. Sláinte Ireland Tours can cater for groups of any size.
Rare and Recent Books is a literature lover’s heaven, located in Cong, County Mayo.
Geraghty Charters offers sea angling trips and site seeing trips to the offshore Islands of Innishkea North and south.
Knock Museum tells of the transformation of a small Mayo village to a major Marian Shrine after a famous apparition in 1979. Thousands still flock to the site, located on the N17 in County Mayo.
The Belleek Nature trail, on the edge of Ballina wanders through mixed woodland and along the banks of the River Moy.
Flanagan's Gastro Pub, Brickens, is conveniently located on the N60, halfway between the towns of Claremorris and Ballyhaunis. It is owned and run by Luke and Caroline Flanagan.
John Gray's Restaurant is located at the McWilliam Park Hotel, Kilcolman Road, Claremorris, Co. Mayo.
Mayo has four Slí na Sláinte walking routes - Ballina, Belmullet, Ceathrú Thaidgh (Carrowtigue) & Westport. Slí na Sláinte translates to 'path to health'. Developed by the Irish Heart Foundation the routes are marked by bright colourful signposts.
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.
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