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Ballina Mayo - Accommodation, Entertainment, Eating Out & More!

Welcome to Ballina Live, The Online Portal For The Town Of Ballina Co. Mayo
Featuring: Accommodation, Entertainment & Cinema Listings, Local News, Photos & Videos and so much more!



The Ballina Mayo Ireland Guide:

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 Ballina is the largest town in Mayo and attracts people from all walks of life from the business world to the adventure world and there is accommodation to suite all. From Bed And Breakfast Accommodation To Hotels, camping grounds, and self-catering. for those planning to fish wile staying in Ballina you will be glad to know that many accommodation providers can provide bait, fridge, and drying facilities.

Entertainment Guide

Entertainment In Ballina Co. Mayo

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Cinema Listings

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Fancy A Night Out At The Movies?

See whats On The Ballina Cineplex which boosts 6 screens. All screens have high backed luxury stadium seating in all auditoria giving a perfect view from every seat, Free parking on the Cinema Grounds. 

 
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Eating Out

Eating Out Guide Ballina Co. Mayo

Fancy A Bite To Eat?

Take a look out the Ballina Live Eating Out Section. Ballina is a wash with restaurants, coffee shops and bars serving food throughout the day and into the night. 

 


Ballina Live, Ballina Co. Mayo:

Ballina Mayo Ireland

Ballina situated in the diocese of Killala, in county Mayo Ireland. Ballina is world famous for it fishing, with one of the best salmon rivers the Moy. Ballina attracts anglers from across the globe to fish the ridge pool . A frequent visitor is former Irish soccer manager Jack Charlton. Ballina also has a former president Mary Robinson, and is also home to Ray Foley DJ on Today FM .

Ballina street festival is now one of Ireland's leading festivals, attracting people from around the country and across the globe. The festival includes heritage day, recalling local history and life, International night, lady of the Moy, teddy bears picnic with monster fire works on final night. all in all the festival runs 9 to 10 days. Ballina is also in close proximity to Enniscrone in county Sligo which boosts 3 miles of golden blue flag beach,and which is growing in surfing popularity thanks to local surf schools. Ballina also has a 6 screen cinema and a great selection of restaurants and pubs so no matter the weather you are always accommodated for friend or foe see you there.

 

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Visiting Ballina Co. Mayo

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Ballina in the West of Ireland, is placed between two mountain ranges. On the east you have the Ox mountains and to the west sits naphin mountain, this region has come to be known as “The Moy Valley”. Ballina is the ideal location for visitors and tourists wishing to experience and explorer North Mayo & West Sligo.

 

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Night Life

Entertainment And Nightlife In Ballina Co Mayo Great Veritity Of Pubs, Clubs, Entertainment & Night Life. . . 

Ballina is renowned of its excellent range of bars, from cosy traditional style pubs, to modern bars and cafes, and Ballina has some great nightclubs including Longnecks and Stylerooms, which together covers all aspects of Entertainment , so there is something for everyone here in the lively town of Ballina. The pub is the centre of the nightlife scene in Ballina and is a excellent place for meeting people, and catching up on some local gossip, getting a bite to eat, drinking and generally having a good time. You are also guaranteed to catch some of the best in Irish live music, from traditional to rock and everything in between.

 

A Great Town Guide



 Terry Reilly's latest book is A Rambling Tour Through Dear Old Ballina , and takes the reader through each street in the town, with discoveries around each corner as we meet the first man to swim the English channel, hear of Lord Lucan of the infamous Charge of the Light Brigade, Edward Whelan and his role in Canadian history,Charles Stewart Parnell and other giants in Irish history, landmarks and Ballina's bloodiest day and many other revelations. The book, 90 pages in total is a great read, with 14 walks around Ballina, and is a companion piece to Dear Old Ballina .