Broadhaven Irish Tours specialise in bespoke tours throughout the West of Ireland and beyond and can cater for your every need from customised tours, group tours, taxi services, special occasions and a lot more.

Aiden Sweeney can arrange it all, so you won’t have to worry about a thing.

Enjoy an ‘off the beaten track’ tour with a chauffeur service in this comfortable luxury vehicle, a once-in-a-lifetime behind the scenes journey along the Wild Atlantic Way and meet the people and the places that make this part of the world such a special place. Travel the experience!

Broadhaven Irish Tours at Ballycastle Pier, Co. Mayo
Broadhaven Irish Tours at Ballycastle Pier, Co. Mayo

Hereis one of the set tours offered by Broadhaven Irish Tours:

Bike to Hike

Designed with the adventure seeker in mind – this tour involves a bike ride around some of the most scenic views that north Erris has to offer.

The journey starts at Rossport and ends at Portacloy, which is a 10km cycle, where at this point the last leg of the journey is on foot. The hike begins at Portacloy where upon this journey you will see ‘Teachín a’ Watch’ – a Look Out Post (identical to the one found at Downpatrick Head) which was used by the Coast Guard to monitor warships off the coast, & ‘ÉIRE 63’ which were developed at the outbreak of the Second World War will be on your path which is a stone aerial mark which is visible from the air.

You will journey across to Benwee Head which offers some of the most incredible views the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer. These cliffs date back 600 million years and it gets its name from the yellow colour of the quartzite – ‘The Yellow Peak’ or in Irish ‘Binn Bhuí’. The Stags of Broadhaven are located 3km off Erris Head and are approximately 1.6 million years old.

Here you will see the Children of Lir monument known as An Priosún. Legend has it that the children were condemned to be swans for 900 years, 300 of these years were spent on the North Mayo Island at Inishglora.

Suggested Chauffeur Trips

  1. Rosserk Friary: One of the finest and best preserved of the Franciscan Friaries in Ireland. It was founded by the Joyce family circa 1440.
  2. Killala Round Tower: A monastery was founded by St. Patrick who appointed Muiredach as the first bishop. Today the Round Tower is Killala’s most iconic landmark.
  3. Lacken Strand & Kilcummin: The ‘back strand’ at Kilcummin adjoins Lacken Strand and is perfect for a family day out. It was at Kilcummin in 1798 that General Humbert and a French army came ashore before marching to Ballina to battle with the British.
  4. Downpatrick Head and Céide Fields: Downpatrick Head is one of two Signature Points on the Wild Atlantic Way in Mayo. The Céide Fields is a vast prehistoric landscape.
  5. The Erris Peninsula: Erris Head is at the top of the Mullet Peninsula. Here, a 5km easy walk takes you up to the head on foot. It is a breathtaking loop. From the cliff tops you can experience the power of wild nature where land and sea meet. 

Book your custom tour today:

Contact: Aiden Sweeney, Broadhaven Irish Tours, c/o Denny’s Ferry Bar & Store, Rossport, County Mayo, Ireland

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