While Mayo County is not one of the most popular counties for visitors, it does offer countless sights to visit. The coastal landscapes and its rugged terrain make it a destination of choice for those who love the great outdoors. And don’t miss the small towns: with an area of 5,397km² and a population of 123,900, you will be faced with a county of many possibilities!
Situated on the west coast of Ireland, in the province of Connacht, the county has many lakes and rivers suitable for fishing and nautical activities. Other activities include numerous hiking trails, huge parks for golf, and the opportunity to explore and visit many historical and archaeological sites, such as Croagh Patrrick Mountain and Ballintubber Abbey.