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The current boom in watersports and sailing has opened up Mayo’s coastline--which is one of the longest of any county in Ireland--to a new generation. More people are getting the opportunity to experience the coastal region from different angles, on board boats, jet skis, or surfboards or by ‘coasteering’.
Few writers have caught the unique nature of the Atlantic coastline as well as Brendan Lehane in his thoughtful book Wild Ireland:
“The west coast [is a] startling, varied sequence of sliced mountains, lone islands, long facades of spume-splashed cliff, bird-packed stacks, snaking promontories and stiletto inlets, golden strands, blue lagoons, deep, clear, rocky bays…”