Connemara and County Mayo Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Connemara and County Mayo - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Augustine Abbey

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Cong is surrounded by many stone circles and burial mounds, but its most notable ruins are those of the Augustine Abbey, overlooking...


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Anywhere else in Ireland this tiny one-street village would be unremarkable, but out on this wild windswept coast, its brightly painted...

Beach Road

  • Trail/Path

A 2-km (1-mile) walk from the town center (follow signs from the Alcock & Brown Hotel for the Harbour) along the Beach Road is the...

Clare Island

  • Island

Clew Bay is said to have 365 islands, one for every day of the year. The biggest and most interesting to visit is Clare Island, at the...

Clare Island Development Office

  • Information Center

Bird-watchers, hikers, cyclists, and sea anglers may want to stay for longer than a day trip; inquire at the Westport TIO or call the...

Clifden Castle

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

Clifden Castle was built above the town in 1815 by John D'Arcy, the town's founder and High Sheriff of Galway, who wished to establish...

Connemara National Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

The 5,000-acre Connemara National Park lies southeast of the village of Letterfrack. Its visitor center covers the area's history and...

Croagh Patrick

  • Mountain–Sight

Look out as you travel north for the great bulk of 2,500-foot-high Croagh Patrick; its size and conical shape make it one of the West's...

Céide Fields

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

One of Europe's most significant megalithic sites, the fields consist of rows and patterns of stones that have been preserved under a...

Doolough Valley

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

You have two options for traveling onward from Leenane to Westport. The first is to take the direct route on N59. The second is to detour...


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