Creevagh Heights is located in a stunning part of Ireland with lots to offer tourists of all kinds. Whether you want a relaxing walk on an unspoilt andpractically unknown beach or fancy something more active – like surfing, hiking or biking – you will find it here in North Mayo. Below is just a taster of what Mayo has to offer.
Downpatrick Head – a stunning sea stack, just minutes away
Céide Fields – a beautiful museum showcasing prehistoric Ireland
Lacken Strand – an incredible unspoilt sandy beach, a short walk from the house
North Mayo Sculpture Trail – a lovely drive that highlights some of Mayo’s sculpture.
Megalithic Structures and Tombs – Explore some of Ireland’s pre-Christian monuments
Rosserk Abbey – A beautiful Franciscan monastery ruin outside Killala
Moyne Abbey – Another stunning monastic site outside of Killala
Ballina Town – A bustling town situated on the River Moy, home of some of the world’s best salmon fishing.
Croagh Patrick – St. Patrick’s sacred mountain, just outside of Westport.
The Museum of Country Life – One of Ireland’s national museums focusing on the history of country living. (Free admission)
Westport – One of Mayo’s loveliest towns, perfect to stroll the boutique shops, eat fresh seafood and get in a good “trad session!”
The Foxford Woollen Mills – The perfect place to stop on your way home for all kinds of beautiful Irish crafts.