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Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park

Fully accessible Visitor Centre with free interactive exhibition on the National Park’s species, habitats and historical land uses. At the Visitor Centre in Ballycroy Village you will find a 2km looped trail with viewing point – enjoy spectacular 360 degree views of Nephin Beg Mountain Range and seascapes including Achill Island.

Train with Jeanne and Tom

Jeanne and Tom are training outdoors with you this summer; join them for a workout with a view! Accessible for all level of fitness, these sessions are the best way to keep fit while having fun and admiring some of Westport most beautiful spots. Expect a lot of sweat and laughter! If you prefer walking or running, you can join their free weekly meetings "Walk/run + Coffee" taking place outside different local cafes.

Fishing in Westport

Take to Clew Bay on Westport's longest running angling boat, the renowned “Lady Helen”. Full day trips, short trips, trips to islands and sight seeing trips are all catered for.

SURFMAYO

SURFMAYO is located at the beautiful beach of Carrowniskey Strand in Louisburgh which can be found on the Wild Atlantic Way. It is locally owned and run by surfers with 20+ years of experience surfing around the West Coast of Ireland. Join them this summer for a surf experience you will never forget!

Summer SUP

Summer SUP is a stand up paddle board school based on a small harbour beach near Louisburgh on the Wild Atlantic Way. It offers lessons, tours, camps and rentals between Easter and Halloween. They are an accredited stand up paddle board school with the ASI, which means you are under the direct supervision of the best and safest coaches. Life is better on the water!

Westport Cruises

Westport Cruises offers a daily 90-minute cruise on Clew Bay between 1st May to 31st October. It explores the world famous Clew Bay and its 365 islands, thriving seal colony, Croagh Patrick holy mountain, John Lennon's Island (an island hideaway which John Lennon of the Beatles owned and frequented), Inishgort Lighthouse, sites of disasters, battles, and much more.