Muse to poets, mecca to surfers, magnificent to all
The beaches and parks of the wild northwest
Heapstown Cairn, in Castlebaldwin County Sligo, is possibly the largest cairn in Ireland outside of the Boyne Valley....
Rosses Point is situated 8km from Sligo town and is a 2km stretch of fine sand backed by sand dunes. It is a popular...
Seatrails provides guided archaeological and historical walking tours in the north west region of Ireland, particularly...
Creevykeel Court Tomb is one of the best examples of a court tomb in Ireland, it is located in Cliffony County Sligo.
Lyons Cafe, one of the few remaining tea rooms in Ireland serves breakfast, full cavery lunch, home baked desserts and...
Based at Enniscrone beach, County Sligo, North West Surf School offers a variety of surf programmes for individuals...
Carraig Climbing is a small outdoor rock climbing provider in Sligo owned and run by instructor Conall Ó Fiannachta....
Wehrly Bros. is a family Jewellers in Sligo town, County Sligo, established in the 1870s with a strong tradition for...
The 28th Sligo International Choral Festival, the second largest in Ireland, will include a street parade of choirs,...
Ireland's premier folk, roots & indie festival with great traditional, folk, Americana, R&B, blues and all roots music...
HELL & BACK Hercules is specifically designed and created by outdoor specialists to push your physical and mental boundaries...
All-Terrain Mud and Obstacle Course for Kids aged between 8 and 12 years old.
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