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Bangor Erris, Co. Mayo

Bangor Erris (Irish: Beannchar) is a village on the banks of the Owenmore River in County Mayo. It  is the gateway to the Erris Peninsula linking Belmullet with Ballina and Westport, nestled at the foot of the "Bangor Trail" a 35km (22 mile) mountain pass across the Nephin Beg Mountain Range to Newport. Only 2 km away is Carramore Lake, Bangor is a centre for wild atlantic salmon and sea trout fishing.

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Golf

The 9th
Carne Golf Links
Belmullet, Co. Mayo
Course Type: Links
Carne Golf Links lies in magnificent unspoiled sand dunes overlooking Blacksod Bay and the wild Atlantic Ocean near Belmullet Co. Mayo in the west of Ireland. It was the last links course to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and it is now bel ...
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Rosturk Woods & Waterfall House
Mulranny, Co. Mayo
Rosturk Woods is located on the unspoiled west coast of Ireland, between the historic, attractive town of Westport (25km) and the renowned landscapes of Achill Island (17 km). We have two self catering houses situated on the clean, sandy tid ...
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Belmullet - Erris Farmers Market - Margadh Feirmeoirí Iorrais - Co Mayo
Saturdays 10.30am - 1 pm, May- December (Christmas Market Sat 18th Dec)

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The Square, Belmullet, Co Mayo

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Tourist Attractions

Ballycroy National Park - Ballycroy County Mayo Ireland
Ballycroy National Park
Ballycroy, Co. Mayo
Ballycroy National Park is Ireland’s sixth National Park and comprises of 11,000 hectares of Atlantic blanket bog and mountainous terrain, covering a vast uninhabited and unspoilt wilderness dominated by the Nephin Beg mountain range and co ...
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