Ballina is the Capital Town in North Mayo on the West Coast of Ireland. Based on the River Moy, Ballina,Salmon Capital of Ireland is most famous for its Fly Fishing and Salmon Fishing, it is surrounded by Golf Links courses and Golf Holidays in Ireland and beautiful Walking holidays in Ireland.
Ballycroy National Park was established in November 1998, it is Irelands sixth National Park and is located on the Western seaboard in northwest Mayo. It comprises of 11,000 hectares of Atlantic blanket bog and mountainous terrain, covering a vast uninhabited and unspoilt wilderness dominated by the Nephin Beg mountain range. Between Nephin beg and Slieve Carr, at 721metres above sea level, the highest mountain in the range, lie the Scardaun Loughs.
The Official Castlebar Website with over thirty thousand webpages contains information on Castlebar and the Mayo area. There are crosswords, photos, two bulletin boards, a directory of Castlebar businesses, guestbooks and geneology search, parish and gardening newsletters, video and audio feeds, a live webcam and the local radio station CRCfm webcasts from the server.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Tourmakeady is the name given to this area, a rural district situated between Lough Mask and the Partry Mountains. It has a population of approximately 1000 people and is a Gaeltacht area. Being a Gaeltacht means that it is a traditional Irish speaking area.