Maum is a small village with surrounding lands in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The village is located at the southern end of the Maam Valley, where it comes to Lough Corrib; the other end lies at Leenaun on Killary Harbour.
Many community facilities are provided from Leenaun. There is free fishing in the river and the nearer parts of the lake.
The Western Way, a long distance walking trail will take you from the southern end of the Maam Valley to the ancient site of Mámean. On the way to Leenane you will see a signpost for ‘Leaba Pháiric’ (Patrick’s bed) and ‘Tobar Pháraic’ (Patrick’s well) which mark a place of pilgrimage, they were traditionally visited on the last Sunday in July.