Ballyhaunis

Ballyhaunis is located in Ireland West, a region famous for its superb beaches, coastal plains and forests.

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The national capital, Dublin, is located 110 miles east of Ballyhaunis.

The Augustinian Friary and the St Patrick's Church are a couple of intriguing holy sites in the region. If you have an interest in local culture, these sites are a must-visit.

Immerse yourself in the atmosphere at McHale Park, home of both the Castlebar Mitchels GAA and the Castlebar Mitchels GAA. To be a part of the action, head west from Ballyhaunis for 20 miles. After enjoying the game, follow local fans to the nearby pubs for a post-match beer ot two.

To see more of this area, you may want to go to Knock and visit Marian Shrine and Knock Shrine. Claremorris, another worthwhile place, is where you'll find the Claremorris Golf Club and Ballymagibbon Cairn. This nearby destination is 10 miles away.

Around 25 miles to the west of Ballyhaunis is Castlebar, a regional center where you can explore Keel Beach, Dugort Beach and the TF Royal Theatre and Event Centre. Don't head back without having also explored Mayo Memorial Peace Park and the Linenhall Arts Centre.

If you're not one to take vacations merely to unwind, this region can offer many adventures, including mountain biking and mountain climbing.

No time away is really complete without a bit of leisure time. Cycling is one way to unwind in this region and shore fishing is another.

Swimming and canoeing are just some of the exciting water activities you can learn while in this region.

Trying out the food eaten in a region is often about more than just satisfying appetites. It can also offer a way of understanding a region's true colors.

There's nothing like locally sourced ingredients. You'll soon discover that mutton and pork are famous choices in the region.

Any self-respecting foodie should make sure they order Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) before enjoying other stand-out local cuisine.

Indulge a little with one of the region's sweet delicacies, sweet seedcake loaf.

If you're feeling thirsty, pull up a bar stool and try a Murphy’s Irish Stout while you are here. It is one of the area's best ales.

If you are not really a drinker, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is a local beverage you should try.

Not many people like to see the end of a vacation, but we are sure you will depart this impressive corner of the world with a heart full of memories and a camera full of incredible photos.

Sadly, vacations can't go on indefinitely, so when it comes time to go back home, head toward the nearest airport. It's 11 miles to the north of Ballyhaunis.


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