At the Iceford Horse Riding Stables near Ballina in Co. Mayo we have a large number of well trained horses, and with acres of pristine natural beauty around Ballina and Enniscrone we offer a wide variety of riding programs and events to accommodate any level of skill.
Calvey’s pony trekking and equestrian centre is located at Slievemore near the village of Keel in Achill. We specialise in horse riding activities for all abilities. There are daily pony treks to the Keel beach and sandybanks area, Deserted Village and Keel Lake.
Achill is an ideal equestrian activity location with over 35,000 acres of commonage to roam over, old bog roads to guide you to remote places with outstanding beauty and wildlife as well as many sandy beaches for a good gallop! We have by far, the best beach rides in the West.
Welcome to Harbour sup n sail based in Enniscrone Co sligo and Ballina Co Mayo we are Ireland’s premier dedicated ASI accredited SUP school offering Tuition ,Hire and Adventure tours.
Harbour sup n sail offers group or individual Sup sessions from our world class locations at Enniscrone Pier and the Quay Ballina we have a large range of beginner friendly equipment and can cater for groups of up to 24 people in a single session all our instructors are ASI qualified and hold water rescue ,first aid and child protection in sport certification HSS is a fully insured accredited School
Mayo is Ireland’s foremost destination for cycle tourists and it has worked hard to achieve that accolade. A variety of trails are available from dedicated cycle hubs, as well as Ireland’s longest designated cycling and walking trail.
The multi-award-winning Great Western Greenway was named as one of the New York Times’ three favourite cycle trails in the world in 2013. Running 43.5km around the eastern and Northern stretches of Clew Bay, it is one of Ireland’s fastest growing and most sought-after tourist attractions and the longest designated cycling and walking trail in the country.
Mayo’s largely unspoilt; clean countryside, varying landscapes, unique scenery and rich heritage and folklore mark it as ideal walking destination. It can offer most types of walks including mountain and hill walks, coastal and island walks, and rural and urban walks. The variety of walks on offer may combine to offer an unrivalled and unforgettable experience for walking tourists. The various types of trails on offer are listed hereunder.
Westport’s perfect position on the shores of Clew Bay means that there are literally hundreds of options for the water sports enthusiast. Surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, sailing, swimming, stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking and RIB tours are all just minutes away from Westport.
The Great Western Lakes of Galway and Mayo are recognised as the greatest wild brown trout fisheries in the world. Loughs Corrib, Mask, Carra and Conn are within easy drive of Westport. There are also a number of important river systems nearby that give great sport for the fisherman. What’s the best way to experience Clew Bay? Head on a boat trip around Clew Bay, its islands, coves, beaches to watch its wildlife including seals.
Mayo has lots of options for kayaking. There are plenty of rivers and lakes to explore around the county for more experienced paddlers, but by far the most popular option is sea kayaking in Clew Bay and beyond.
A sea kayak allows you to experience Clew Bay in a completely different way to any other boat. The maneuverability and quietness of the sea kayak means that you can slowly traverse the coastal islands seeing wildlife and birds up close, explore cliffs and caves near Westport and visit places no other boat can reach.
A one-of-a-kind adventure and the road trip of a lifetime, the Wild Atlantic Way’s stunning 2,500km stretch of coast offers all this and more.
Whether you want to dive into those invigorating sea swells, indulge in gastronomic gems or simply embrace those scenic vistas at a pace all your own; the route encompasses seven counties and never fails to create countless memories.