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Mayo boasts a beautiful unspoilt environment, with a landscape of high cliffs, mountains and bogs. Steeped in history, heritage and holy places.

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Mayo – Home of Shrines and Holy Places

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The landscapes of Mayo are dominated with high cliffs, mountains and fertile farmland. Often referred to as one of Ireland’s hidden treasures, it has a natural beauty with an unspoilt environment.

Outdoors

Search for bed and breakfast accommodation near Croagh Patrick MayoThe climate and unspoilt beaches provide a perfect playground for outdoor activities. Surfing is a popular activity along the county’s coast. Mayo is the perfect destination for walking, fishing and cycling. Walking festivals are quite popular in Castlebar and Foxford while the River Moy is one of the most prolific Salmon River in Ireland, perfect for anglers.

History & Heritage

Mayo is steeped in both history and heritage with plenty of interesting sites throughout the county. Croagh Patrick has been a site of pilgrimage especially at the summer solstice since before the arrival of Celtic Christianity. This magnificent mountain attracts thousands of trekkers each year to reach the chapel at the summit. The town of Knock is also a place of sacred importance. Many people travel to the town where it is claimed there was an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, John and Jesus Christ. The Knock Shrine is a must when touring County Mayo.

If you are in search of a traditional Irish holiday experience then you should consider staying in a Mayo B&B. You can expect a warm and friendly welcome, cosy surroundings and first-rate food.

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