Mayo is extensive in it's range of scenery and breathtaking landscapes
Mayo is steeped in history and every small village has its own tale to tell. Three of the most notable attractions of interest are Croagh Partrick, Ballintubber Abbey and the National Museum of Country Life near Castlebar.
Mayo also offers wild beauty and haunting landscapes with plenty of untapped opportunities for exploration by car, foot, bicycle or horseback. Mayo boasts dramatic scenery, sandy beaches and hundreds of islands and lakes that provide an abundance of unspoiled beauty. A number of castle ruins dot the Mayo landscape adding to the significant historic annals of our proud county.
Combined with all of this Mayo has award-winning Blue Flag beaches, festivals, family fun activities, a number of unique old-fashioned pubs, fabulous restaurants, friendly local people and all the components for an unforgettable holiday in the west of Ireland.