“Imagine the joy of cycling without meeting a car and the only sounds are the birds singing and the wind whistling. The Atlantic Ocean is on your left and the majestic Nephin Mountains on your right. 42km of walking and cycling heaven” - Sunday World



West Mayo is one of Ireland’s most exhilarating, diverse and beautiful walking destinations.  It offers not only wild mountain scenery but also dramatic coastal walks and seascapes. The vast Nephin Mountain Range and iconic seascape of Clew Bay.   Mayo is a county of great geographical contrasts, offering walkers a quality of terrain that few places can compete with. The village of Mulranny lies on an isthmus, a convergence of land and sea, a crossroads of marine and terrestrial habitats. Such is the quality of environment here that a trio of European conservation areas and Ireland’s largest National Park converge on Mulranny.   Looped walks, way marked routes, the Great Western Greenway, guided walks and mountain ranges are all on offer in the area. John & Sally McKenna of the Bridgestone Guide listed Mulranny as one of the top 10 places for walkers in Ireland in 2012.


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Croagh Patrick

Mulranny Causeway

The Great Western Greenway


Burrishoole Bridge & Cottage

Ballycroy National Park