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an Mhala Raithní
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Mulranny (Irish: an Mhala Raithní, meaning "the hill-brow of the ferns")—sometimes spelled as 'Mallaranny', 'Mulrany', 'Malaranny', 'Mullaranny', 'Mullranny' or 'Mulranny'—is a seaside village on the isthmus between Clew Bay and Blacksod Bay in County Mayo, Ireland. Mulranny is the home of colourful giant Fuchsias, Ferns and exotic plants. This plant life is celebrated each summer during the Mulranny Mediterranean Heather Festival.
Mulranny, nestled at the foot of The Nephin Mountain Range, offers long sandy blue flag beaches and a relatively mild climate. Mulranny also plays host to a coastal lagoon. The Corraun Peninsula, which contains three mountain peaks, is situated across Clew Bay.
In 2011, Mulranny was a winner of the EDEN (European Destination of Excellence) award.
Mulranny is located on the N59 national secondary road.
Bus Éireann route 440 (Dooagh-Westport-Ireland West Airport Knock operates once a day in each direction. On Sundays route 440 does not operate however Expressway route 52 provides an evening journey each way to/from Westport and Galway
Walking & cycling
Mulranny lies on the 42 km Great Western Greenway, which runs between Westport and Achill.
- Colm McManamon - Gaelic Footballer
- Mulranny has also been a second home to Sir Ernest Chain, the man accredited with developing the application of penicillin, and was awarded the Nobel prize for Medicine along with Alexander Fleming in 1945.
- Another famous home owner has been Desmond Llewelyn, better known for his role as "Q" in the James Bond movies.
- The 'Mulranny Crew' is a relatively well known 'crew' active on the Irish kitesurfing circuit.
- The Mulloy Brothers,a well known traditional Irish music band
- Mulranny is the home of Dr Jerry Cowley; an Irish barrister, medical doctor and former politician.
- Ollie Conmy Former Irish international soccer player.
- "Census 2016 Sapmap Area: Settlements Mulranny". Central Statistics Office (Ireland). Retrieved 8 July 2018.
- "an Mhala Raithní/Mallaranny". Placenames Database of Ireland. Government of Ireland - Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and Dublin City University. Retrieved 8 July 2018.
- "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 18 April 2013. Retrieved 5 May 2013.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)