Stop and admire Carrickahowley Castle which was built in the sixteenth century.
The village of Mulranny lies on an isthmus, a convergence of land and sea, a crossroads of marine and terrestrial habitats.
Such is the quality of environment here that a trio of European conservation areas and Ireland’s largest National Park converge on Mulranny.
The vast Nephin Mountain Range and iconic seascape of Clew Bay, with its drowned drumlin islands, provide spectacular view and ever changing hues.
Mayo is a county of great geographical contrasts, offering walkers a quality of terrain that few places can compete with.
The route features elevated views of the dramatic deep sided Bellacragher Bay and to the south the stunning spectacle of Clew Bay and its drowned drumlin islands set against the majestic Croagh Patrick.