County Mayo (Irish: Contae Mhaigh Eo, meaning "Plain of the yew trees") is a county in Ireland. It is located in the West Region, and it is also part of the province of Connacht. It is named after the village of Mayo, which is now generally known as…
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Ballycastle (Irish: Baile an Chaisil, meaning "town of the castle") is a village in County Mayo, Ireland, situated northwest from Ballina, near Mayo's north coast in the West of Ireland.
The River Moy (Irish: An Mhuaidh) is a river in the northwest of Ireland.
Nephin or Nefin (Irish: Néifinn), at 806 metres (2646 ft), is the second-highest peak in Connacht (after Mweelrea), Ireland. It is to the west of Lough Conn in County Mayo.
Lough Conn (Irish: Loch Con) is a lake in County Mayo, Ireland and covers about 14,000 acres (57 km²). With its immediate neighbour to the south, Lough Cullin, it is connected to the Atlantic by the River Moy.
Killala Bay (Irish: Cuan Chill Ala) is a bay on the west coast of Ireland between County Mayo and County Sligo. It is situated between Lenadoon Point and Downpatrick Head and is the estuary for the River Moy.
Bonniconlon, officially Bunnyconnellan (Irish: Muine Chonalláin), is a village in the barony of Gallen in east County Mayo, Ireland.
Attymass (Irish: Áth Tí an Mheasaigh) is a village in County Mayo, Ireland.
Moyne Abbey is one of most impressive ecclesiastical ruins in Mayo and a National Monument. It was founded by the Burke family as a Franciscan friary and consecrated in 1462. It is located north of Ballina on the west side of Killala Bay. Like its …
Ardagh (Ard Mhaca) is a parish and village in North Mayo, located slightly to the south of Ballina, at Latitude: 54° 5' 52 N, Longitude: 9° 13' 32 W.
Rappa Castle is a ruined castle located in Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland.
Lough Talt (Irish: Loch Tailt) is situated in south Sligo between the villages of Tubbercurry, Aclare and Bunnyconnellan, in the West of Ireland. It is the largest of the lakes in the Lough Hoe Bog area. It is a glacier lake and lies at approximatel…
Ballaghaderreen Cathedral (Full title: The Cathedral Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Nathy) is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Achonry.
Moy Davitts is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Foxford, County Mayo, Ireland.
Rakestreet (Irish: Sráid an Ráca, meaning "rake-street") is an area located 3 km (1.9 mi) southwest of Crossmolina in County Mayo, Ireland.
Owenbeg (Irish: An Abhainn Bheag, meaning "the little river") is a town in County Sligo in Ireland situated on the N59 national highway section between Ballina, County Mayo, and Sligo Town, County Sligo, near the junction of the road with R297. The …
Lough Cullin (Irish: Loch Cuilinn) is a lake in County Mayo in Ireland. With its immediate neighbour to the north, Lough Conn, it is connected to the Atlantic by the River Moy.
Shanaghy (Irish: Sean-Achaidh) is a townland to the east of Ballina in County Mayo, Ireland. It is in the parish of Kilmoremoy, and is part of Ardnaree for the purposes of Gaelic Athletic Association. It begins at the top of Ardnaree and extends eas…