Our towns and villages
Mayo North is made up of a number of towns, villages and communities, each with their own something special to offer.
From Belderrig across the border of Co. Sligo to Enniscrone and Easkey and all the way as far southeast as Swinford, there is lots to see, do and explore in our beautiful coastal area.
Read below to find lots of information on places to visit and things to see and do in Ballina, North Mayo and West Sligo.
While North Mayo’s spectacular coastline is a thing of major beauty, the areas off the Wild Atlantic Way are just…[...]
Béal Deirg or Belderrig is one of Ireland’s oldest communities – and one of its most scenic. It is the birthplace of the Céide Coast.[...]
Ballycastle, Co. Mayo, meaning ‘Town of the Castle’ is a village located along the Wild Atlantic Way in North Mayo on the scenic west coast of Ireland.[...]
At the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way in an area of unrivalled coastal beauty lies the Céide Coast of Ballycastle/Belderrig.[...]
Just a few miles north of Ballycastle, County Mayo lies the rugged, windswept outcrop of Downpatrick Head a Signature Discovery Point on the famed Wild Atlantic Way.[...]
The small rural village of Kilfian is situated between Ballina, Crossmolina, Ballycastle and Killala.[...]
The village of Doonfeeny is only a stone’s throw away from Ballycastle. Just a short 3.5km drive west of Ballycastle village you’ll find one of North Mayo’s hidden gems, Doonfeeny Church and Standing Stone.[...]
The Barony of Erris and Belmullet is a real haven for walks , sea-sports and those with an interest in heritage and culture.[...]
The incredible neolithic site at Céide Fields atop the spectacular sea cliffs near Ballycastle County Mayo, Ireland, contains the oldest known stone-walled fields in the world – dating back an incredible 6,000 years.[...]
The Ballina Bench Trail is an ideal opportunity to be a tourist in your home town and re-acquaint yourself with…[...]