Sightseeing

Mulranny and it’s surrounding areas stunning landscape and rich history offer visitors a wide range of scenic attractions, beauty spots and places of interest. Perfect for exploring on a weekend or short break. You will be sure to find and discover a new place of interest for all the family on every visit.

Mulranny Old Irish Goats

Mulranny’s Old Irish Goats are colourful characters. The males in particular are impressive animals, a veritable smelting pot of all…
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Mulranny Causeway

The unique Mulranny causeway built across Trawoughter Bay in 1889, links the village and the Mulranny Park Hotel to Mulranny’s…
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Rockfleet Castle (Carraigahowley Castle)

Built in the middle of the 16th century and standing just over 18 meters in height with four floors it…
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Burrishoole Abbey

This 15th century Abbey can trace its foundation back to Sir Richard De Burgo (Burke) – Lord Mac William Oughter,…
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Newport Church

Proudly boasts a beautifully Stained glass East Window (entitled Last Judgement) which was the last commission completed by Harry Clarke…
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The Deserted Village

The Deserted Village at Slievemore on Achill Island consists of 80 to 100 stone cottages. They are located on a…
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Ceide Fields

Beneath the wild bog lands of North Mayo lies Ceide Fields, the most extensive stone age monument in the world…
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Croagh Patrick Mountain

Ireland’s holy mountain, is rich in history stretching back to pre-Christianity times. It is most famous for its connections with…
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Ballycroy National Park

Ballycroy National Park is one of Ireland’s six national parks and is a only a mere 10km from Mulranny. It…
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Atlantic Drive

The Atlantic Drive is without doubt an awe inspiring and dramatic experience. Starting from Mulranny this drive takes you along…
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