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Cong is a picturesque and intimate village lying on the edge of the Connemara. Make sure you see the remains of Cong Abbey, built in 1120AD, a great example of early architecture in Ireland. The area around the abbey is very charming; have a stroll through one of the loveliest forests in Ireland.

Time to spend here: half day

Westport is a popular tourist destination and has received three times the award of the Irish Tidy Towns Competition. Situated on the shores of Clew Bay, this charming laid out town boasts elegant Georgian streetscapes (one of its outstanding features is the elegant tree-lined boulevard, known as The Mall) and effortlessly friendly character making it an authentic but lively holiday base. Situated at Westport Quay, the Heritage Centre brings alive the history of the development of this heritage town from the 16th century to the present day.

Time to spend here: 2 hours

Castlebar is a town steeped in history situated in the centre of County Mayo. Established in the 11th century around the De Barra castle, Castlebar later became a garrison outpost during the Irish and French rebellion in the late 18th century. Nowadays, the town offers a wonderful array of interesting shops and leisure attractions to visitors to the region. The Sculpture Trail is a series of bronze, Museum of Country lifestone, steel, timber works of art in the town centre.

Time to spend here: 1 day

Achill Island
A visit to Achill Island is not to be missed! Easily accessible by road bridge from the beautiful Currane peninsula and only one hour drive from Castlebar, Achill is Ireland's largest offshore island and encompasses dramatic land and seascapes which have provided inspiration for artists and writers for many years. The island has glorious cliff scenery, spectacular drives and walks and beautiful blue flag beaches. Achill is home of many archaeological and historical sites such as the famous Deserted Village at Slievemore and Kildamhnait Castle.

Time to spend here: Half day

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