It’s amazing all you can do in just one day in Mulranny – and even more, if you decide to holiday in the Mayo seaside village. Mulranny (Mallaranny) is at the heart of what can be best described as the Mayo Riviera – a beautiful south facing stretch of sheltered coastline along the northern side of […]
Mulranny has embarked on a new era of community activity with the handing over of the former Garda Barracks in the Mayo seaside village to the Mulranny Amenity Centre Group.
Mayo TD Michael Ring, Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, presented Mulranny with the 2013 Best Small Tourism Town Award at the Fáilte Ireland Tourism Town awards. Mayo had three towns, Mulranny, Westport, and Murrisk shortlisted in the ten top tourism towns which all received certificates of merit to acknowledge their own impressive performances […]
The Great Western Greenway has been awarded first prize in the Exemplary Initiatives category at the 6th European Greenways Awards in Portugal, beating off stiff competition from Murcia, Spain (2nd) and the Channel Tunnel, UK (3rd). Organized by the European Greenways Association, the awards promote examples of best practice in greenway development across Europe. The […]
Mayo’s Great Western Greenway is fast becoming one of the most successful tourism attractions in Ireland. And I found out why when I finally got around to cycling the Greenway last week. I loved every minute of my trip along the former railway line that has been transformed into Ireland’s longest off-road walking and cycling […]
Anyone lucky enough to take a ramble along one of Mayo’s magnificent loop walks at the weekend would surely have had all the cobwebs of the winter blown away by the bitter North East wind.