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Mayo (county) overview

Mayo (county) is a relaxing place, distinct for its countryside and live music, and known for its castle and historical sites. You'll find extensive bar and dining options. Nature lovers will find plenty of places to explore in the area at Connemara National Park. Make some memories at Turlough Round Tower and Linenhall Arts Centre. A family-friendly area, Mayo (county) also has something for everyone.

Where to stay in Mayo (county)

Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Mayo (county) has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Mayo (county) with Hotels.com by checking our online maps. These display the areas and neighbourhoods around all Mayo (county) hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Mayo (county) hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

How to get to Mayo (county)

Fly in to Knock (NOC-Ireland West), 21.7 mi (35 km) from central Mayo (county).

Train stations include:
  • • Castlebar Station
  • • Foxford Station
  • • Manulla Junction Station

What to see around Mayo (county)

Fun activities like golf and spas are on hand, along with attractions such as:
  • • Mulranny Golf Club
  • • Westport Golf Club
  • • Balla Golf Club
  • • Enniscrone Golf Club
  • • Ballina Golf Club
A top highlight is the area's live music scene, as well as places like:
  • • Linenhall Arts Centre
  • • TF Royal & Theatre
  • • National Museum of Country Life
  • • Michael Davitt Museum
  • • Mayo North Heritage Center
Memorable for its castle, historical sites and these top landmarks to visit:
  • • Burrishoole Abbey
  • • Temple of the Nuns
  • • Elmhall Graveyard
  • • Franciscan Monastery
  • • Foxford Village
Its countryside and swimming spots are well known. Favourite spots for nature lovers include:
  • • Clew Bay Archaeological Trailhead
  • • Brackloon Wood
  • • Tom Ruane Park
  • • Slieve Carr
  • • Croagh Patrick Visitor Centre
Here are some top sights to see:
  • • Turlough Round Tower
  • • Lake Lannagh Hiking Trails
  • • McHale Park
  • • The Great Western Greenway
  • • Mayo North Heritage Centre

When to visit Mayo (county)

Curious about when the best time to visit is? Here are the seasonal trends to help with your planning:

Seasonal temperatures
  • January-March: 12°C day, 3°C night
  • April-June: 19°C day, 4°C night
  • July-September: 19°C day, 9°C night
  • October-December: 16°C day, 3°C night
Seasonal average rainfall
  • January-March: 239 cm
  • April-June: 177 cm
  • July-September: 218 cm
  • October-December: 287 cm
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