Seasons Greetings to all -

from Tourmakeady Community Centre

Céad míle fáilte go tuar mhic éadaig

Tourmakeady Agricultural Show - Sunday 27th July 2014

Seó Talmhaíochta Thuar Mhic Éadaigh - 27 Iúil 2014

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Tourmakeady (official name: Tuar Mhic Éadaigh) is a rural and tourist area in County Mayo in the West of Ireland. It has a population of approximately 1000 people.

Part of Tourmakeady was originally in neighbouring County Galway, but was placed under the administration of County Mayo in 1898.

There is a Grocery Shop and Post Office in the centre of Tourmakeady Village. Tourmakeady is well served with Public Houses and Restaurants, see links on the left


Tourmakeady on the shores of Lough Mask

Tourmakeady is noted for its rugged and picturesque scenery.

It is located between the shores of Lough Mask and the Partry Mountains,

and covers an area from Srah to Maamtrasna.

Tourmakeady is renowned for its fishing, wonderful walks, and natural waterfall located in Tourmakeady Woods

It is approximately 26 Km (16 miles) from the Atlantic.

Tourmakeady, together with neighbouring Partry, make up the full parish of Ballyovey.

Tourmakeady is a member of The Tóchar Valley Rural Community Network


Ariel Views of Tourmakeady:-

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