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Knock, one of Ireland’s most famous villages, is located in County Mayo at the heart of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way and is within easy reach of Galway, Roscommon and Sligo. Book your flights to Knock with Flybe now!

Discover Knock and beyond

Discover Knock and beyond

Knock is a quaint village made famous by the compelling story of the Knock Apparition of 1879. The Knock Shrine is an international place of pilgrimage where over 1.5 million people make their way every year. Visitors are treated to over 100 acres of beautiful gardens with diverse plant life and pleasant walking paths.

 

For those wanting to explore more, Knock is perfectly placed as the gateway to Ireland’s most dramatic coastline and the place to start your sensational journey along the Wild Atlantic Way. Discover stunning coastline and breath taking views as you venture through soaring cliffs and epic bays with secluded coves and long sandy beaches, interspersed with buzzing towns and cities with fascinating history and plenty of good old Irish charm. However you choose to explore Ireland’s west coast, Knock Airport offers multiple travel options including shuttle buses to Galway, Sligo and Mayo as well as car hire options.

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Restaurants and Nightlife in Knock

Restaurants and Nightlife in Knock

Galway, a lively city just 90 minutes from Knock, has a bohemian flavour that is typical of the west of Ireland psyche: laid back, relaxed and ready for a party. The city has a reputation for artistic creativity and an infectious up-tempo vibe with an array of cosy pubs with live music and artisan restaurants to choose from, is it any wonder it’s been designated as Europe’s City of Culture in 2020?

 

Visit the famous Latin Quarter for great nightclubs and bars nestled between some of the city’s historic landmarks and home to the famous bustling Church Lane street market. Or head to Salthill, Galway’s seaside suburb, home to some of the more fashionable entertainment venues and the perfect location for sampling Galway’s famous oysters in one of their many seafood restaurants.

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Events and Attractions in Knock

Events and Attractions in Knock

There’s plenty to see and do in Galway. Take a stroll through the cobbled winding streets of the Latin Quarter to visit the Spanish Arch, browse the many quirky boutiques and art galleries, or just relax and watch the world go by at one of the many stone-clad cafes the area has to offer. If traditional Irish hospitality is what you’re after, visit the popular Eyre Square, where you’re sure to enjoy the craic at one of the many traditional pubs playing live Irish folk music. If you’re looking for peace and tranquillity, visit Salthill and where you can take a gentle stroll along the promenade and breath in the sea air whilst enjoying the stunning coastal views. The city is also home to the Galway International Arts Festival as well as the much-loved Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival.

 

If city vibes aren’t your thing, then head to the stunningly beautiful Sligo, where coastal perfection helped to inspire the poetry of W.B. Yeats. Villages along the way, include Rosses Point and Easkey and are perfect spots to enjoy the characteristic hospitality of the region, as well as acting as hubs for any watersports enthusiasts.

 

Travel into County Mayo to explore Croagh Patrick Mountain, a favourite amongst hikers and the Great Western Greenway, a 41km off-road cycling trail following an old railway line. From here take a trip out to the Achill Island, the largest of Ireland’s offshore islands which boasts five blue flag beaches.

 

Those who prefer to stay inland will enjoy the close by county of Roscommon, a wonderful woodland boasting picturesque lakes and rivers. It is also home to some of the sweetest tasting lamb in Ireland. Book your cheap flights to Knock now to explore all this and more.

 

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