Inishturk is a small island in the North Atlantic, roughly 5km x 2.5km, and located 15km off the west coast of Mayo. The island has a number of good walks.
Nearest Things To Do Mayo
Heading to Mayo and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole Mayo coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Mayo day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Mayo activity.
Achill Island lifeboat station was established in 1995 and operates an all weather lifeboat. Visitors are welcome but there are no set opening hours due to operational reasons.
National Museum of Country Life at Turlough Park shows traditional ways of life in Ireland through trades, crafts, farming, hunting, fishing, domestic life and festivals. Museum shops and cafés are open Read more [...]
Cong Abbey is the ruins of the former Augustinian abbey mostly dating to the 13th century. The remains of Cong Abbey have been praised as featuring some of the finest examples of early Read more [...]
The Deserted Village at Slievemore consists of some 80 to 100 stone cottages located along a mile long stretch of road on the southern slopes of Slievemore mountain. The area Read more [...]
Clare Island is a mountainous island guarding the entrance to Clew Bay in County Mayo, Ireland. Through the Middle Ages, Clare Island was part of the lands of the O’ Malley family. The ruins of an Read more [...]
Ballyglass lifeboat station is one of the newer lifeboat stations and operates both an inshore and offshore boat. The station is open to visitors and has a shop.
The National Famine Memorial is a bronze monument in Murrisk to commemorate the millions who perished in the Great Famine. Created by John Behan, the dramatic sculpture depicts a “Coffin Read more [...]
Croagh Patrick overlooks Clew Bay in County Mayo. Considered the holiest mountain in Ireland with its religious significance dating back to the time of the pagans, when people are thought to Read more [...]
Slieve Carr, also known as Slieve Cor, is a mountain (721m) in Ballycroy National Park.
The Murrisk Augustinian Friary was founded on lands granted by Thady O’Malley in 1457 and the Friary is built on the site reputed to be that of the original church founded by St. Patrick. Read more [...]
Mweelrea, meaning ‘smooth bald hill’, is the highest mountain in Connacht at a height of 814 metres (2,670 feet) overlooking Killary Harbour. Not easy to get to the top but at the summit you have great views Read more [...]