The Ceide Coast from Belderrig to Ballina in North Mayo tells a tale of 6,000 years of settlement, with Nephin the backdrop to isolated blanket bogs, dramatic cliffs, picturesque beaches and welcoming towns.
The history and heritage of this stunning region is brought to life through experiential visitor attractions and activities like Neolithic heritage experiences at Belderrig Valley and Céide Fields, the landmark discovery of Ireland’s oldest settlement. At Ballycastle, which lies at the very heart of the Ceide Coast, Wild Atlantic Way Signature Discovery Point Downpatrick Head illustrates human life on this dramatic coastline, A new Greenway follows the Monasteries of the Moy (Moyne, Rosserk and Rathfran) that dominate the landscape, with historic Killala’s 12th-century round tower and St Patrick’s Cathedral central focus points.
The River Moy, rich in ‘silver bars’ of salmon, runs through Ballina, the ‘Salmon Capital of Ireland.’ Belleek Castle is a unique castle restoration; its extensive woodlands harbouring historical secrets. The Jackie Clarke Collection (once the Provincial Bank) is a collection by one man of over 100,000 items, cataloguing Ireland’s colourful history.
All this and loads more to learn, see and do along this memorable route on the Wild Atlantic Way. Take a tour along the Ceide Coast and explore our rich heritage and stunning Wild Atlantic landscape – you won’t regret it.
Explore just some of the history and heritage that exists along the Ceide Coast Trail
A family run surf school located in Enniscrone, County Sligo. Enniscrone is an excellent beach […]
We are delighted that the Céide Fields, Office of Public Works Heritage Site, has been awarded […]
The Jackie Clarke Collection The Jackie Clarke Collection, located in the heart of Ballina, is […]
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Based at the purpose built research facility in Belderrig Valley, along the incredible Ceide Coast […]
Tír Sáile, The North Mayo Sculpture Trail Tír Sáile, The North Mayo Sculpture Trail is […]
On 31st May 2017 at the Jackie Clarke Collection, in the beautiful surroundings of the Community […]
The Ballinglen Arts Foundation, based in the beautiful seaside village of Ballycastle, Co. Mayo is […]
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Clarke’s Salmon Smokery – Introduction Clarke’s salmon smokery is more than a normal business in […]
Ballycastle, Co. Mayo, meaning ‘Town of the Castle’ is a village located along the Wild […]
At the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way in an area of unrivalled coastal beauty […]
The first phase of the long awaited Monasteries of the Moy Greenway from Ballina to Killala […]