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County Mayo is situated on the west coast of the Republic of Ireland. The landscape of County Mayo is bewitchingly beautiful. Rugged cliffs, island lakes, sandy beaches and bogs are some of the natural features of this mesmerizing place.
Accommodation in Mayo is wide-ranging and caters excellently for the many tourists who flock here every here for a piece of its serenity. The sort of accommodation in Mayo you can find includes self catering, country houses, B&Bs and hotels in Mayo.
Alternatively, bus services to Dublin, Galway and Sligo and a rail service to Dublin are also available.
Car hire in Mayo
Our Car rental services section provides all information about
Car Hire and Rental in Dublin and Mayo. We have compiled a list of fleet available for hiring, and a list of car rental offices in Ireland.
You will find low cost car hire all over Ireland. You can easily book your car online or get an instant quote.
Restaurants in Mayo
During the recent years, many new restaurants have sprung up in Dublin.
These restaurants offer a wide range of cuisines and attract tourists from all parts of the world.
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Hotels in Mayo
Browse through Ireland's Mayo Hotel Guide to resolve all your worries about selecting a hotel,
according to your budget and style in this amazingly beautiful place. Ranging from 2 star cheap Mayo hotels to 5 star luxury hotels,
Mayo Hotels in Ireland provide every comfort and facility.
Golf in Mayo
Ireland is a place of breathtaking scenery and friendly people, not to forget home of the world's best golf courses. Browse around and see what we have to offer in our Dublin Golf Guide.
When in County Mayo, you can try your hand at golf, on one of the fantastic courses, including a championship course. Mayo is also renowned for its salmon fishing.
The largest town in Mayo is Ballina, on River Moy, which is renowned as an angling paradise. The sight of grey seals and otters catching fish is also entertaining. Accommodation in Mayo is often booked up with anglers during the summer months, so find a hotel in Mayo early to avoid disappointment!
A fun, colourful and enjoyable street festival takes place every July in Ballina. Rosserk Friary and Moyne Abbey are recommended places to visit here.
Westport, located on the shores of Clew Bay, offers water sports and beaches. Knitwear and pottery are made here and an arts festival also takes place in September. Pubs with musical activities are aplenty here.
Five miles from Westport, visit the famous pilgrimage site of Croagh Patrick where St. Patrick fasted for forty days, built a church and supposedly banished all the snakes from Ireland.
The 765m high pyramidal mountain site is climbed by almost 25,000 pilgrims on the last Sunday of every July, known as Reek Sunday. Hordes of pilgrims also visit the Marian Shrine of nearby town Knock every year.
The county town of Mayo is Castlebar, a busy town famous for linen and the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology. If you’re coming to County Mayo in June, visit the Castlebar blues festival.
Located near Ballycastle, the Ceide Fields is an important archaeological site. Consisting of houses, walled fields and tombs, this site is older than the Egyptian pyramids. The visitor centre here is housed in an impressive and award winning building that is definitely worth a visit. Don’t miss the Ceide cliffs and the Dun Briste sea stack.
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