Croagh Patrick Seafoods is located along the Wild Atlantic Way which provides visitors with stunning scenery at every turn and letting them experience the wild nature of Irelands Atlantic shore. It is situated at the edge of Clew Bay with its clear blue grade A waters.
Operating out of Roslaher, Kilmeena, and harvesting oysters daily, year-round in Clew Bay, Croagh Patrick Seafoods farm the tried and tested Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas), which has a long shell with a rough deeply ridged exterior. The company also farms the native oyster (Ostrea edulis), which has a flatter, rounder shell and is only harvested in months with an ‘r’ in them.
It is a family business producing Clew Bay native oysters, Pacific oysters, mussels and clams. For a quarter of a century the Gannon family has produced shellfish in mari-culture sites on the shores of Clew Bay beside Croagh Patrick for which the company is named.