Mayo North Heritage Centre is 28 km from Ceide Glamping, while Foxford Woolen Mills Visitor Centre is 46 km from the property. The nearest airport is Ireland West Knock, 57 km from the camping, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
Ballinglen Musem of Art
Ceide Fields Vistor Centre
Blanemore Forest Archeological Walk
Beleek Castle and Woods
Jackie Clarke Collection
When visiting Ireland, one of the best places to visit for sightseeing is Downpatrick Head. Situated 5km north of the grand picturesque Ballycastle village in Mayo, it provides the unrivalled views of the Stagg of broadhaven islands and the Dun Briste sea stack. The Dun Briste reaches a height of nearly 50 metres, visible from afar, making it one of the striking landmarks of Wild Atlantic Way. It provides the best ambience while giving off the sweet, fresh sea air scent on the exhilarating coastal creek. Downpatrick earned its name from the Ireland Patron saint St. Patrick, founder of the church on the tongue of the narrow land.
Formerly referred to as the basking shark fishery, keem bay is situated around Dooagh village in the western area of Achill island in the resort area of County Mayo, Ireland. It features a Blue Flag beach which makes it an enthralling site to tourists who enjoy the view it offers. At the Centre of the bay is a beautiful fine sandy beach that sifts through the feet as you walk the coast. The spot bordered by the Croaghuan mountain offers a breathtaking view to hillwalkers who favour the 1.5km walk along the top of the cliffs.
No trip to Ballycastle is complete without a visit to The Ceide Fields Visitor Centre. The Ceide Fields is a Neolithic or Stone Age farmed landscape which dates back 6000 years.
The award winning Visitor Centre is located 6KM from Ceide Glamping between Ballycastle and Broadhaven in the townland of Behy and is set against some of the most dramatic rock formations in Ireland. The 110m high cliffs will help you make the most of the breathtaking scenery overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
While you’re there you can indulge yourself in a vast prehistoric landscape, a natural wild ecology of blanket bog, dramatic cliffs and coastlines which has received Irelands most prestigious architectural award.
Ceide Fields Visitor Centre is one of over 60 Heritage sites run by the OPW in Ireland. Displays and Exhibition is displayed in English and Irish with written translations available in Dutch, French, German, Italian, Polish and Spanish. There is a 20 minute audio visual show and guided tours of the site are available also.
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