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Co. MAYO... images
The Mayo coastline, from Killary Harbour to Killala Bay, presents a wonderful succession of views- of sandy beaches, cliffs, rugged headlands and many islands. Prominent coastal features are Croagh Patrick, Ireland's holy mountain, which rises in a fine cone over 2,500 feet from the shore of Clew Bay. and Achill (the largest island off the Irish coast) with its grand cliffs and mountain scenery. Inland, too, the landscape is remarkably varied, with mountains rising from level plain and moorland or forming colourful backgrounds to islet-studded lakes. Mayo's attractions include unspoilt holiday resorts, excellent angling waters, interesting climbing, a choice of good golf courses and for all who visit the county there is the charm of its scenery, its pleasant towns and quiet old-world villages. See Achill island for its rugged beauty, Lough Mask and Conn for fishing for wild trout, Ballina for the salmon, Westport, Old Head and Croagh Patrick and more............then visit..............www.irishlinksworldwide.com
Deserted Village, Slievemore, Achill. Mayo. by Val Byrne
MAYO, Kildavnet, Grace O' Malley's Castle, Rockfleet. by Val Byrne
YES I really did see this in the middle of the mountains. by Val Byrne
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