Lough Feeagh is an Irish lake in County Mayo. It alone is the largest of the lakes in the Burrishoole catchment area, which consists of seven lakes and numerous river and stream connections. The magnificent lake is located north of the city of Newport and offers magnificent views of the surrounding mountains.
Lough Feeagh has the advantage of being located not far from the Wild Atlantic Way circuit. Although located a little further inland, it is a real treat for wilderness lovers!
You will have the opportunity to admire it by organizing a hike along the lake. The surrounding mountains are magnificent and will not spoil your exploration!
The lake is also famous for its wild salmon! Mayo County has decided to close the lake to fishing in order to preserve the lode and encourage the regular renewal of the species. (Also, be aware that only the nearby lake (Lough Furnace) is open for salmon fishing from June 10 to September 30. ).
The lake also promises you a magnificent walk in an idyllic setting, often unknown to tourists. The perfect opportunity to combine dreamy landscapes and tranquillity!