We are delighted to announce our traditional festival week has returned. We look forward to welcoming you all to Belmullet this August 13th-19th 2022.
Saturday 13th- Belmullet Swim
800m open water swim from Tidal Pool – official swim Ireland event, Live entertainment until late
Monday 15th- Fair Day
Traditional Fair Day, street traders with live music entertainments on Carter Square,
Thursday 18th- Heritage Day
Traditional Heritage Day, on-street crafts and heritage displays if you wish to exhibit please contact us via our email below
Friday 19th- Fireworks & Street Carnival
Come to Belmullet, on the North West coast of County Mayo and enjoy our idyllic, white sandy beaches, wind-swept coasts and stunning cliffs. Belmullet in the barony of Erris, is a real heaven for surfers, walkers and enthusiasts of water-sports.
Families will also find ideal beaches where children can play safely and have a swim in the crystal clear water or experience the real wild nature and enjoy the many fantastic boat trips and maritime adventures, where you can spot dolphins, puffins, whales and peregrine falcons.
Visit Belmullet and enjoy the wonderful relaxed atmosphere, or why not take in a live traditional music session and experience the great ‘craic’ in the many cosy pubs, or dine in some of our exceptional restaurants.
Let yourself go wild in Erris this year
The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s largest touring route (2,500km), stretching from Donegal to Cork and with over 150 WAW Discovery Points on the route, you can discover 12 of them in Belmullet and Erris.
Downpatrick Head, the WAW Signature Point, is located in Ballycastle, which is at the north edge of the barony of Erris. The Discovery Point at Céide is also in the Ballycastle region.
Inis Bigil (Inishbiggle Island), another Discovery Point, can be reached from Ballycroy in Erris.
The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km route passing through 9 counties and 3 provinces