County Mayo Ireland

Drummin and Brackloon

An attractive web of winding,leafy lanes festooned with honeysuckle and wild roses in season on the Tochar walk to Croagh Patrick in County Mayo.

Great Western Greenway

The Greenway traverses Irelands Atlantic coast between Westport town and Achill Island and visits the picturesque villages of Newport and Mulranny (Mallaranny). It passes by some of the West of Irelands most dramatic mountains and offers magnificent views of Clew Bay and its many islands.

IRD Kiltimagh

Welcome to Kiltimagh, County Mayo, Ireland. Official website of IRD Kiltimagh (local development group) with info on business, hotels, accommodation, community, history, heritage, culture and the arts.


Located in the foothills of the Partry mountains in County Mayo also known as Killavally, an Anglicisation of the Irish Coill A Bhaile meaning Wood of the Road or Pass.


Kiltimagh (population 1,000), a picturesque town in the heart of the county is centrally located for touring the West. Kiltimagh is much admired by visitors for its beautiful 19th century artisan village theme evident in the shop faccades and the Market Square, as well as for the many wonderful attractions and amenities it offers to visitors.

Knock Shrine

On August 21, 1879, apparitions of the Virgin Mary, St Joseph and St John the Evangelist appeared at the gable wall of Knock Parish Church in County Mayo. Since then Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa have been among the hordes of pilgrims to flock there.

Linenmill Westport

Linenmill, Museum, Restaurant & Shop, Westport, Co Mayo

Mayo County Council

Mayo County Council's mission is to maintain and improve the quality of life for all the people who live in the County Mayo and to make the County an even more attractive place for people to visit, invest and work in.

Mayo Naturally

Infomation on the beauty of Mayo. Mayo Naturally Promoting Tourism in County Mayo