Overview of Louisburgh
Louisburgh is a place in Westport in the country of Ireland. Louisburgh is not the prime point of interest of Westport. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.
Louisburgh is not a popular tourist spot and visitors exploring prime attractions like Knockranny House Hotel And Spa, Great Western Greenway, Westport House, Killary Fjord and Matt Molloy's. For more popular attractions visit things to do in Westport.
For other interesting insights of the city, you can explore Westport tours.
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Your worry of where to stay in Westport is sufficed by bunch of interesting and comfortable lodging options in the Westport like Croagh Patrick Hostel, Kennys Guest House, Linden Hall B&b and Anchor House.
Choose from variety of exclusive Westport vacation packages for your next visit or create own own. Check out the various options for how to reach Westport and finish off your vacation package by booking the ideal transfer.
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Patrickâs Causeway is an ancient pilgrimage road. It is known as the 'Tochar Phadraig' in Gaelic, and the walking trail consists of 113 stiles as part of a 18-mi (30-km) route. The bicycle route follows quiet roads to the southern side of Irelan
Starting at the foot of the mountain in Murrisk, about six miles from Westport, our hike takes the traditional ‘pilgrim’ route. Within minutes of starting up this path, you will be stunned by the views of Clew Bay and its islands, includi
This is a tour unlike any other – a unique experience. We begin our journey on the west side of the mountain, and make our way up to the area of the mountain known as Reilig Mhuire, with its magnificent views of the Sheeffry Hills and Mwee
The East West traverse of the Reek is a beautiful six-mile (ten kilometre) hike that starts on the Western Way – a rugged trail that runs more or less in a north south direction for almost one hundred miles – and ends at Ben Goram, the mo