Belderrig is a Gaeltacht village in north County Mayo.
At Belderrig Harbour there is a Mesolithic/Neolithic site dating to 4500-2500 cal. BC.
The first Stone-Age plough marks ever found in Ireland were uncovered beneath the bog here.
The Céide Fields archaeological site lies about 6 km to the east of Belderrig.
The Belderrig Cliffs contain some of the most spectacular coastal geology in Ireland. On a clear day you can see the Sligo coastline and the cliffs of Donegal.
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