How to find cheap flights to Knock
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Airlines that fly to Knock from Ireland
No airlines currently offer domestic flights to Knock, although some fly to Knock via the UK. Read more about airlines that fly to Knock.
Airports in Knock
Ireland West Airport Knock is an award winning airport, 20km from the Knock Shrine. Bus Eireann routes 440, 438 and 64 all call at the airport. You can get more from your trip to the West of Ireland with car hire at Knock Airport.
When to visit Knock
The pilgrimage season begins at the end of April, and ends in mid-October. Public mini-vigils are held at the shrine on the first Friday of every month.
The weather in Knock
Weather on the west coast of Ireland can be unpredictable, even if you're visiting in the height of summer. It's best to pack for all seasons, so pop a waterproof jacket in your hand-luggage along with your shorts and T-shirts. If you're planning on climbing Croagh Patrick, be prepared for changeable weather. Rain and storms often blow in off the bay.
Things to do in Knock
Knock became Ireland's answer to Lourdes when the Virgin Mary, St Joseph, St John the Evangelist and a host of angels appeared to the public here in 1879. Since then the village has become a top pilgrimage site, with mass held in the shrine up to seven times per day. The nearby Croagh Patrick mountain is also a spiritual site, as it's where St Patrick is said to have banished Ireland's snakes.
Once you've paid your respects at Knock's religious sites, it's worth popping in to the local Folk Museum to learn about the village's history. Knock makes a fantastic base for exploring County Mayo, so it's worth hiring a car at Knock Airport. Nearby attractions include Clare Island, Westport House and Ballycroy National Park.
Top attractions: Croagh Patrick, National Shrine of Our Lady of Knock, Knock Museum
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