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Westport and Clew Bay area to become Ireland’s first official Cycle Friendly Destination
With the climate crisis intensifying and a definite move towards ditching the car and grabbing a bike since the pandemic hit, a fantastic initiative has been developed to promote sustainable cycle tourism in the Westport and Clew Bay area.
Westport and Clew Bay Area to become 'Ireland’s first official cycle-friendly destination'
A new initiative backed by Mayo County Council is being developed to promote sustainable cycle tourism in the Westport and Clew Bay area.
A taste of history – the Clew Bay oyster
Oysters are on the menu in many restaurants along the Clew Bay coastline, from Mulranny to Murrisk. There is, in fact, a long history of oyster eating in the Clew Bay area and evidence from at least the second half of the nineteenth century that the native Clew Bay Oyster was a sought–after commodity as far away as London.
New long-term tourism plan for Clew Bay launched
Fáilte Ireland has launched a new plan to help drive and sustain tourism in Clew Bay.
Clew Bay Bike Trail laps the bay in a different way
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.
Tourism head outlines next steps on Clew Bay Greenway project
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.
Wonderful home close to Westport
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 key study areas in SeaMonitor marine research project
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.
Locals play their part to grow tourism for Clew Bay
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.