“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


Ballycroy National Park

Ballycroy National Park is one of Ireland’s six National parks and is located just 10km north of Mulranny.  It comprises of 11,000 hectares of Atlantic blanket bog and mountainous terrain.  The new Visitor Centre interprets the landscape through interactive media and child friendly activities.

The Atlantic Drive is without doubt an awe inspiring and dramatic experience. Starting from Mulranny this drive takes you along a very rugged coast, dramatic rough seas and cliffs. You’ll be surrounded only by sheep and rough terrain as you make your way along the windy road which provides spectacular views of Clew Bay with its reputed 365 islands. For details on the Atlantic Drive Routes and maps visit

Croagh Patrick

Mulranny Causeway

The Great Western Greenway


Burrishoole Bridge & Cottage

Ballycroy National Park