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The Clew Bay Bike Trail is a new bike and ferry route looping magical Clew Bay, curving around the coastline, incorporating both Clare Island and Achill Island.
The head of Tourism, Recreation and Amenity for Mayo County Council, Padraig Phiblin, has outlined the council's plans for getting the Clew Bay Greenway project back up and running.
This property at Sheeaune is located just under three miles from the centre of Westport town and within seven miles of Castlebar on the N5 national primary road.
Clew Bay and Achill will be among the key study areas in SeaMonitor, a unique marine research project, which is using innovative marine species tracking technology to better understand and protect vulnerable marine life in our oceans.
Local tourism businesses, tourism and community group members, as well as other interested parties and individuals, took part in one of a series of Fáilte Ireland workshops last Friday to pull together stories, ideas, and opportunities that could be used to boost tourism in the area.
Fáilte Ireland is inviting local tourism businesses, tourism and community group members, as well as all other interested parties and individuals, to take part in a series of workshops running from Tuesday, April 9 to Tuesday, April 16 along the Mayo coast.
An allocation of €500,000 for the Lecanvey to Bertra section of the Clew Bay Trail was announced by the Government this week and marks some major progress in the development of the new tourist amenity which is designed to cater for pedestrians, cyclists and visitors to the county.
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way at the gateway to Achill, Mulranny is a beautiful village overlooking the clear blue waters and sandy beaches of Clew Bay.
On Monday, Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring announced he has allocated €984,000 under the Outdoor Recreational Infrastructure Programme to develop phase one of the Clew Bay Trail in Mayo. The funding will be used to build 8km of walking and cycling trails at Louisburgh, Old Head, Murrisk and Bertra.