Mayo Diaspora invited to come Home to Mayo

Mayo people abroad are being asked to come ‘Home To Mayo’ during the month of May, 2022.
Under an initiative launched by Mayo County Council in partnership with Fáilte Ireland and the Department of Foreign Affairs, Emigrants are being encouraged to return to their native County as part of next year’s Mayo Day celebrations commencing on Saturday 30th April, 2022 and continuing right through to 31 May.

The council have a site packed full of features for you to enjoy by logging on to

Mayo Manchester are staging their award winning Mayo Manchester Tradfest with a week of Traditional Irish Music, Song and Dance from Thursday 26 to Tuesday 31 May.

Mayo is a County that perfectly exemplifies Ireland. Everything that we love about the Country, and all the images we associate with it, can be found in Mayo.

They have the beaches; the long, sweeping stretches of soft sands kissed by dazzling blue waves. They have the bustling towns; charming, funky little hubs where there’s always some craic to be found. They have the mountains, the hills, the history, the people.

The Programme of Events is already filling with lots to add over the coming weeks,

In terms of planning your trip, we’ve split the county into areas, to make sure you don’t miss a thing when you visit,

Mayo really is the Ireland of your imagination, a beautiful and inspiring county. Be amazed at our breath-taking landscapes and panoramic countryside.

Discover the spectacular scenery of the many lakes, explore the green and peaceful valleys, walk along our pilgrimage trails and explore some of our mountain tops such as the iconic Croagh Patrick.
If culture, music, and history inspire your curiosity find out the treasures of Mayo; come in touch with legends, myths, and stories, get a haunting sense that here the past is a living spirit.
Mayo people are warm and friendly and take pride in making our land your land.
We can't wait to welcome you "Home to Mayo"
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