Connemara and County Mayo

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Connemara and County Mayo - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Achill Island

    Achill Island is only 20 feet from the mainland and has been connected by a bridge since 1887, the latest (2008) being a €5 million...Read More

  • 2. Connemara National Park

    The 5,000-acre Connemara National Park lies southeast of the village of Letterfrack. Its visitor center covers the area's history and ecology, particularly the origins and...Read More

  • 3. Inishbofin

    Cleggan is the ferry port for this stark and unsettlingly beautiful outpost of Connemara. The island is a hiker's paradise, with loop routes that lead...Read More

  • 4. Killary Harbour

    Beyond Kylemore, N59 travels for some miles along Killary Harbour, a narrow fjord that runs for 16 km (10 miles) between County Mayo's Mweelrea Mountain...Read More

  • 5. Kylemore Abbey

    One of the most magical "castles" in all of Europe, much-photographed Kylemore Abbey is set on a reedy lake with a backdrop of wooded hillside....Read More

  • 6. Sky Road

    Drive the aptly named Sky Road to really appreciate Clifden's breathtaking scenery. Signposted at the west end of town, this high, narrow circuit heads west,...Read More

  • 7. Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park

    Located in the southern territory of the Mullet Peninsula and covering 110 square km (42½ square miles) of Atlantic bogland and mountainous wilderness, Ballycroy is...Read More

  • 8. Clare Island

    Clew Bay is said to have 365 islands, one for every day of the year. The biggest and most interesting one to visit is Clare...Read More

  • 9. Clifden Castle

    Clifden Castle---a Gothic Revival masterpiece---was built above the town in 1815 by John D'Arcy, the town's founder and high sheriff of Galway, who wished to...Read More

  • 10. Dog's Bay Beach

    Dog's Bay Beach lies back-to-back with Gurteen Beach, forming a tombolo that juts out into the ocean. Unlike other local limestone beaches, Dog's Bay's brilliant...Read More

  • 11. Doolough Valley

    You have two options for traveling onward from Leenane to Westport. The first is to take the direct route on the N59. The second is...Read More

  • 12. Downpatrick Head

    On a clear day you can see the dramatic sea stack at Downpatrick Head in the distance from the Céide Fields Visitor Centre. It is...Read More

  • 13. Dún na mBó

    Past the windswept townland of Gladree and seemingly at the very edge of the world is this magnificent blowhole, drilled vertically through solid rock by...Read More

  • 14. The Derrigimlagh Walking Loop

    In June 1919, pilot John Alcock and navigator Arthur Whitten Brown entered the annals of navigation history by taking the first transatlantic flight from Newfoundland...Read More

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