Knock Airport

Car Hire Knock Airport

Knock in the west of Ireland and it's Hill of the Virgin Mary or in Gaellic “Cnoc Mhuire” is one the greatest Roman Catholic shrines attracting pilgrims from all over Ireland and the rest of the world. Although only a small village with a population of less than 1000, the site attracts over half a million pilgrims annually, with the main season being from the end of April to the middle of October. 

Knock Airport Mini Guide

About Knock Airport
Ireland West Airport Knock, to give it's full title is located around 4 miles south west of Charlestown, County Mayo and about 12 miles from the Roman Catholic shrine at Knock, it handles over 650,000 passengers a year, on flights to the UK and Europe by low cost airlines.  If you are renting a car on arrival at Knock you will find all the major companies represented in the arrivals hall, along with an ATM should you need more cash.

In the departure area you will find a restaurant and bar to spend the time in whilst waiting for your flight, together with a duty free shop and kiosk.  There is also a quiet room available for prayer. Should you need to keep in touch, you will find internet facilities in the departure area and also in the restaurant and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport.

About Knock City
Knock is situated between the towns of Sligo and Galway in the west of Ireland. As it is such a small village there are only a few guest houses offering bed and breakfast in the immediate vicinity, however, in Westport just 35 miles away to the west you will find several 4 star hotels offering a more luxurious stay.  Alternatively, particularly for a family or group of friends there are numerous cottages to rent with varying facilities for every budget.

The main reason for people to visit Knock is the shrine to Our Lady which is one of Europe's major shrines along with Lourdes in south west France, however there is much more to the area. There are many museums and heritage centres dedicated to local culture throughout County Mayo such as Hennigan's Heritage Centre at Killasser near Swinford which as well as offering an interesting insight into local history, also has animals and a picnic area making it a good family day out.

Another good reason to visit County Mayo is to learn something new, there are two summer schools here, the O'Dalaigh School of Painting offers painting workshops set in an old stable studio on Achill Island, just over 60 miles from Knock on the Atlantic coast.  Or why not visit Marjorie's Kitchen cookery school where Marjorie Morrow-Nolan, a famed cook and writer can pass on her skills.

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Knock Airport

Knock was visited by Pope John Paul II in 1979 to commemorate the shrine's centenary and was also visited by Mother Teresa of Calcutta in 1993.

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