Sligo

  1. West Coast Kayaking

    Mullaghmore, Sligo

    West Coast Kayaking is the one of the leading providers of kayaking in the North West and runs Sea, River and Lake Kayaking Tours and courses from Sligo Town, Rosses Point and Mullaghmore Read more

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  2. Rosses Point Coastal Walk

    Rosses Point, Sligo

    Rosses Point is a seaside village with a long seafaring history. It is also the home to an 18 hole championship links course, a blue flag beach and Sligo Yacht Club which has hosted many National, International & World Championship events. Rosses Point is an easy walk for all ages as it is mostly flat. Starting from the Church of Ireland the walk takes you along the promenade where the Garavogue meets Sligo Bay. With the mountains to your left and the old village of Rosses Point to your right this stretch takes you to the Pier and the Lady Waiting on the Shore, dedicated to all the women from Rosses Point who waited behind as the loved ones when to sea. Read more

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  3. Sligo Kayak Tours

    Strandhill, Sligo

    Sligo Kayak Tours run guided kayak tours of the beautiful coastal estuaries and tranquil inland lakes of Co. Sligo Read more

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  4. Enniscrone Golf Club

    Enniscrone, Sligo

    One of Ireland's great west coast links, Enniscrone is set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay. Read more

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  5. Fort View

    Enniscrone, Sligo

    Located on the quiet outskirts of the town. Fort View takes its name from the "fairy fort" (an ancient earthen rampart)in the field opposite. Read more

  6. Rachel Quinn Ceramics

    Ballymote, Sligo

    Rachel Quinn has been a ceramic artist for the past 15 years. Her studio is in Ballymote, County Sligo, a 15 minute drive south from Sligo town. Rachel is a member of the 'Made in Sligo' craft collective showcasing the highest quality craft on offer. Read more

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  7. The Labby Rock

    Castlebaldwin, Sligo

    The enormous Labby Rock, in Castlebaldwin County Sligo, is an extraordinary example of a portal dolmen. It has a massive capstone weighing around 70 tonne, making it one of the biggest in Ireland. Read more

  8. North West Adventure-Outdoor Education Centre

    Ballinafad, Sligo

    North West Adventure-Outdoor Education Centre in Ballinafad, County Sligo is committed to providing environmentally aware, safe, quality, fun outdoor activity, adventure, education and training for everyone. Read more

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  9. The Hazelwood Restaurant at The Sligo Park Hotel

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    The Sligo Park Hotel and Leisure Club is set in quiet parkland and is surrounded by some of the most scenic countryside in Ireland, ranging from the majestic Benbulben, to the gentle waters of Lough Gill. Read more

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  10. Secret Gardens Sligo

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Secret Gardens Sligo consists of a group of gardens open to the public for charity on selected dates throughout the summer. Some of the gardens offer light refreshments and are also open on additional days by appointment. Read more

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