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Co. Mayo, Ireland takes pride in its scenery second to none and its nature of the finest quality. Its charm remains undisturbed and its beauty stays preserved. This fact makes Mayo a well loved walking destination. Walkers and ramblers of all types travel to Mayo for a walking experience so unique and highly uplifting. Mayo’s walking attractions became more and more known to all, thus, the birth of several walking holidays, tours and festival in the county.

Popular not only in Mayo but internationally is the Castlebar International Four Day’s Walking Festival. Started in 1967, the festival’s fame has reached all parts of the world. From then on, it has attracted walking enthusiasts to come to Mayo and celebrate with a festive mood along with the locals. The festival offers various routes suited to all types of walkers. The festival offers a 10km, 20km and 40km walking routes ideal to challenge the serious walkers and encourage the beginners. The Castlebar International Four Day’s Walking Festival is more than just a walking experience, it is an excellent time to socialize with others, rediscover one’s self and renew one’s connection with nature.

Walkers on vacation at Co. Mayo, Ireland, are guaranteed a quality experience on the Croagh Patrick Walking Holidays. This walking holiday will take walkers of all kinds to a discovery of Ireland’s West Coast. Walkers are taken into the enchanting areas and unspoiled charms of Ireland – impressive countryside, historical sites, challenging mountain tracks and scenic spots. It provides walkers with a one-of-a-kind walking experience in Mayo, Connemara and the Burren.

The Croagh Patrick Walking Holidays is ideal for diverse types of walkers. Some parts of the walks cater to leisurely-paced walkers while other parts may be a bit of a challenge – suitable enough for the more adventurous walker. All along the route, walkers are entertained by the most exquisite display of natural wonders. The walks are perfect for sightseeing intentions, as well.

The planned town of Westport offers interested walkers a walking tour passing along some of the highly historical areas of the town. The Westport Walking Tour provides walkers with a route that would approximately take an hour and a half to complete. Included in the route are historic spots like the Holy Trinity Church and the Georgian Mall.

These walking tour, holidays and festival have lured many walkers form all parts of the world. Aside from the personal satisfaction they provide, these events are ideal to rediscover the unspoiled gems of Ireland.

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