Achill Island and the Curraun Peninsula, in County Mayo, are the jewels in the crown of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Soaring sea cliffs, Blue Flag beaches, mountains, lakes and big Atlantic skies await you.


There’s a wide selection of places to stay across Achill, including hotelshostels, B&Bsguesthouses,  self-catering and caravan and camping.

Eating & Drinking

Traditional Irish food, fresh sea-food or an ice cream by the sea, Achill has numerous eating out choices for you. Eating Out in Achill.

What to Do

From water sports to walking trails, kite flying to fishing, relaxing on a stunning beach to cycling the superb landscapes, Achill has it all to offer. What to Do in Achill.

Welcome to, your guide to Achill Island and the Curraun Peninsula, Co. Mayo, on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Discover Achill’s natural beauty including five Blue Flag beaches, the highest sea cliffs in Ireland, iconic Keem Bay, soaring mountains, corrie lakes, secluded (and secret) beaches, inland lakes and colourful flora, all set under huge and ever-changing Atlantic skies.

What’s On This Week

Guide to events on, activities available, and businesses open in Achill this week.

Achill Weather

Three day, six day and long term weather forecasts for Achill Island, Curraun and surrounding area.

Achill Greenway parkrun

Run, jog or walk! Every Saturday morning, 9.30am start, at the Greenway in Polranny.

Connect with Achill Tourism

Buy from our Online Store

Our online store has a choice selection of books, music, magazines, maps and more, all with an Achill connection, and all available to buy online with worldwide shipping. Visit Online Store.

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