“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


Mulranny Causeway

 The unique Mulranny causeway built across Trawoughter Bay in 1889, links the village and the Mulranny Park Hotel to Mulranny’s spectacular blue flag beach, Rossmurrevagh Machair, Mulranny Salt Marsh and Mulranny Pier.  The salt Marsh has a wealth of flora and fauna, particularly Orchids, Sea lavender and the spectacular Sea Pink Flower.  It is this stunning natural environment that plays host to an impressive array of birds and is a favourite wintering ground of a significant proportion of the entire Brent Geese population.  The Rossmurrevagh Machair sand plains are amongst the rarest habitats in Europe existing only on the north western fringes  of Ireland  & Scotland.

Croagh Patrick

Mulranny Causeway

The Great Western Greenway


Burrishoole Bridge & Cottage

Ballycroy National Park