Clew Bay, Co Mayo, Ireland – Wild Atlantic Way

  • Author:ActiveME
  • Created: April 2, 2015
  • Updated: December 12, 2017
Location: Mayo
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Clew Bay off Westport, Co Mayo is a unique bay of sunken drumlins (hills) which results in over 300 islands in the bay,  the largest being Clare Island. The bay located in the north west of Ireland is a Discovery Point on The Wild Atlantic Way Route and is overlooked by Croagh Patrick to the south and the Nephin Range mountains to the north. It is the ideal place to spend a day sea fishing and skippered boats can be chartered on the northern or southern coast. Fish include Haddock, Conger, Pollack, Whiting, Cod, Turbot and others.
 
Clew Bay, Mayo, Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
 
 
 

1. Clew Bay, Co Mayo, Ireland - Wild Atlantic Way

Altitude: -14 m