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www.mayo-ireland.ie, the most comprehensive website on County Mayo in the west of Ireland since 1996.
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This Discovery Point along the Wild Atlantic Way, along the southern coast of Achill Island that looks down onto Ashleam Bay, is a small pebbly cove sometimes known as Portnahally.

Discover more here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/wild-atlantic-way/ashleam-bay.html

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Ireland, particularly the West, is rich in dry stone walls.

To visitors, they could seem odd and unusual, but to Irish eyes, they belong to their homeland.

Read more here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/about-mayo/arts-culture/dry-stone-walls.html

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Dry Stone Walls
Dry Stone Walls
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In County Mayo there are so many clean and sandy beaches along the coastline for all to enjoy. Come and discover by yourself.

Read more here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/things-to-do/beaches/beaches-in-county-mayo.html

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In bygone days Irish people were very religious but also very superstitious.
They feared the fairies’ power, the “Siogs”, as they called them.

The fairies gave rise to many superstitions and customs and influenced people in their daily lives. Read more here:

http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/about-mayo/arts-culture/superstitions-fairies/fairies.html

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Fairies in Co. Mayo
Fairies in Co. Mayo
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Mayo has a large numbers of offshore islands and islets.

Some are single such as Achill Island, others are in little groups like Inishkea Islands, but each island is special and has its own character, its own colours and lights.

Discover more:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/about-mayo/islands/offshore-islands-in-county-mayo.html

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Aughaval Killeennacoff Walk is a 5km walk suitable for all family. The landscape is peaceful and relaxing covered with birch, hazel and gorse.

Discover more here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/things-to-do/outdoor-activities/walking/family-walks/aughaval-killeenacoff-walk.html

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Keem Bay is one of the most iconic breathtaking views on Achill Island, but it is a place of mystery too.

Discover why here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/towns-villages/achill-island/achill-island-mysterious-village.html

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County Mayo has a rich archaeological heritage dating from prehistoric times to the present. 

Read an Outline History of County May, Part 2, from 400 to 1600 AD here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/about-mayo/history/history-of-mayo-part2-400-to-1600.html
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Louisburgh is a small town tucked away between the mountains and the sea. The magnificent hinterland leads to some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.

Discover more here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/towns-villages/louisburgh/louisburgh-visitors-guide.html

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The village of Cong is nestled along Mayo’s border with County Galway and commands great respect with Historians throughout Ireland.

Do you know why the chimney is twisted?

Discover more here:
http://www.mayo-ireland.ie/en/towns-villages/cong/visitors-guide/cong-points-of-interest.html

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