Dooega

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Camport Bay at Dooega on Achill Island
Looking towards the cliffs of Dooega Head from the coast road near Keem

Dumha Éige (anglicised: Dooega[1]) is a village in the south west of Achill Island off the coast of County Mayo. It is in the Gaeltacht and is the home of Colaiste Acla. It once had a National School. The scenic area is part of the Achill Atlantic Drive. Dumha Éige/Dooega has a Blue Flag beach, a church, a pub and guesthouse. Coordinates: 53°55′20″N 10°01′30″W / 53.92222°N 10.02500°W / 53.92222; -10.02500

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Bus services[edit]

Bus Éireann route 440, Dooagh-Westport-Knock Airport, serves Dooega on Thursdays only providing one journey in each direction.[2]

Rail access[edit]

The nearest rail services may be accessed at Westport railway station approximately 53 km distant. There are several trains a day from Westport railway station to Dublin Heuston via Athlone.

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