Tirawley (Irish: Tír Amhlaidh), archaically known as Tyrawley, is a barony extending southward from the north coast of County Mayo, Ireland. It was created during the shiring of County Mayo out of the Gaelic túath or territory of Tír Amhlaidh, from which it takes its name.
The title Baron Tyrawley was created twice, in 1706 and 1797. The nineteenth century writer Caesar Otway wrote 'Sketches of Erris and Tyrawley' a sometimes amusing and always interesting account of life in North Mayo just prior to the devastating Irish Famine of 1845 - 47.
Downpatrick Head and the Ceide Fields are located on the north coast of the Barony. The historical town of Killala is on its east coast where it looks across the bay at Enniscrone, Co. Sligo.
The barony of Tirawley includes