[ Date: March 19, 2019 03:03 pm ]
Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail Walking Festival
8th – 10th March 2019
Why not take part in this fantastic festival, stay with us for 3 nights, prices from only €228.00 (Rate is based on a 2 bedroom, sleep 3 Courtyard apartment)
Walk in Mayo with the ancient mountain of Croagh Patrick as your destination. Come and walk the Croagh Patrick Heritage Walking Trail and experience unspoilt landscape and rich heritage in County Mayo on the west coast of Ireland.
Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail is a 61 kilometre national way –marked way which begins in the village of Balla in east Mayo and ends at the village of Murrisk at the foot of Croagh Patrick on the shores of Clew Bay.
The Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail combines a wide variety of scenic experiences through lush farmland, forest paths and remote bog lands. It has a rich tapestry of ancient heritage sites, unique villages and beautiful landscape.
The Festival Programme includes 3 great days of guided moderate to hard walks, visiting heritage sites, and hearing the local myths and legends from our experienced guides.
Registration is €20 per day or €50 for three days.
For more information or to book go to the website: www.clogherheritage.com
Taking place: Saturday 9th March
Time: 10.30am – 5pm
Duathlon consists of a 5km run, 20km cycle and 3 km run.
Why not make a weekend of it and stay for 2 nights, prices from only €198.00 (Rate is based on a 2 bedroom, sleep 3 apartment)
The event is suitable for all abilities and the route is generally flat with some short hills.
This is a race in the Irieland West Duathlon Series
St Patrick’s Day
15th – 18th March
Why not join us for a fantastic St Patrick’s Weekend, stay 2 nights, prices from only €310.00 (Rate is based on a 2 bedroom, sleep 3 Courtyard apartment)
There is no better place than Westport to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It is the ideal location to remember our national saint as it is only a few miles away from the Holy mountain of Croagh Patrick.
The day will be filled with people climbing the mountain then heading into Westport town for the annual parade and maybe the odd pint of Guinness.