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Things to do in Westport

Activities in Westport

Beaches

Within short drives from Westport are the most beautiful, biggest and safest beaches in Europe, Many of which are Blue Flag, They can be found by driving West towards and beyond Louisburgh

Golf

Westport Golf Course is an 18 hole Championship Course, considered one of the best in Ireland. Visitors are very welcome but booking tee time is essential,

Tel: 098 28262

There is a golfing driving range also a short distance past Westport Golf Club
Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres

There are leisure facilities to be found all over Westport Town, The Four star Westport
Leisure Point and Beauty Facilities are open to every Westport visitor
Tel: 098 29160

Horse Riding

There are very good riding facilities and tuition at Drummindoo Stud and Equitation Centre
Tel: 098 25616

Cycling

Bicycles are available for hire from Seán Sammon, James Street,

Tel: 098 25471

Historical Walks

Guided walks of the Historic planned town of Westport are conducted twice weekly, during the months of July and August starting at the clock junction of Bridge Street and Shop Street. Walks may also be arranged by appointment.

Tel: 098 25862

Clew Bay Heritage Centre

Westport Quay
Local Museum & Genealogical Centre Tel: 098 26852
The Genealogical Service is backed up by an Extensive Computer Database, based on Church Records, School Registers and Rent Rolls, Cemetry Records, Census Returns and Local Newspapers and Street Directories

Paintball Wargames
For bookings and enquiries contact 098 21294
Opening Hours: April, May, October Monday – Friday 10:00am to 2:00pm
June, July, August Mon - Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm, July and August only Sunday 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Sea Angling
The Sea Angling grounds of Clew Bay are recognised as being amongst the best in Europe. The inshore waters of Clew Bay offer excellent shallow water angling, Almost every known species of fish existing in Irish waters, has at some time been recorded in Clew Bay
Tel: 098 41562

Fresh Water Angling
The fresh water angler is also well catered for with several productive rivers and lakes within easy reach of the town, Salmon, Sea Trout and Brown Trout can be found in most rivers while the larger lakes such as Lough Mask are capable of producing Ferox Trout and very Big Pike, There is free fishing for children on the Carrowbeg River which flows through the town.
Further information from Western Fisheries Board
Tel: 096 22788

Sailing
Westport is a centre of the famous Glenans Sailing Centres providing residential sailing courses, including Sail Board training, full details from the Westport Tourist Office or Glenans, Collanmore Island Westport,
Tel: 098 26046

Yachting
Rosmoney Westport is the base for Mayo Sailing Club. A Picturesque cruising ground exists among the archipelago of Islands in the East of Clew Bay, There are slipways at Rosmoney, Westport Quay and Old Head suitable for launching dinghies and trailer- sailers
Tel: 098 26046

Shopping
If you enjoy shopping in an old world atmosphere, then a browse through the shops in Westport will prove interesting. Many of the shops have retained their old world façade, giving Westport Streets a unique atmosphere

Country Markets
Fresh local farm and garden produce and crafts can be purchased in the Town Hall every Thursday from 9:00am – 1:00pm
For information please call 098 26486

Dining
Westport and Westport Quay have a wide range of restaurants catering for all tastes and prices.

Pubs
Even for the non drinker a visit to the friendly Westport pubs is a must, the music and atmosphere is great and many pubs serve bar food.

Croagh Patrick
A climb of this historical Mountain is a must while visiting Westport, Tel:098 26090

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