106 Accommodation, 6 Events , 214 Things to do
A warm welcome awaits you at the Best Western Sligo Southern Hotel. Situated in the heart of Sligo Town, this popular hotel has an elegant period façade and sits serenely in its own gardens.
Hargadons, a traditional Pub, now incorporates a busy restaurant with up to the minute kitchen facilities, food served Monday - Saturday. Music
Strandhill Surf School offers surf lessons for children and adults as well as stand up paddleboarding. We have an ideal beachfront premises right by the surf. Distance from Sligo is only 8 kilometres.
Experience the romance and mystery of Inishmurray Island aboard the fast "Fiona Tee".
Taking in Sligo, Rosses Point, Drumcliffe, Glencar Lake and Waterfall, Mullaghmore, Gleniff Horseshoe, Creevykeel Court Tombs and returning to Sligo. A distance of 93km (58 miles), approximately.
Gareth McCormack - Photography Workshops Join one of Ireland's top landscape photographers for a memorable photo workshop in a beautiful location. Be inspired to take your camera skills to the next level.
Situated 8km (5 miles) west of Sligo city and nestled under the famous Knocknarea mountain, this 5,675m of undulating fairways and unforgiving short cuts make it a course to remember.
Cois Tra is a wonderful, four-star holiday home set along the beach of Enniscrone in County Sligo. The home has two large ensuite bedrooms and space for five people. It boasts a lovely garden and is near a host of amenities.
Comfortable bungalow situated on N17. Scenic area, nice gardens - golf and fishing nearby - Knock shrine 22 miles. Laundry facilities available. Relaxed friendly atmosphere.
For a self-catering holiday in wonderful Rosses Point, County Sligo, travellers can choose Radharc Na Ri, a four-star bungalow with the space to comfortably sleep seven people. The house is near the beach and local golf course.
€15 per adult, €12.50 per child
€875, meals, 3 nights private room, 4 day workshop
From €194 pps
€35.00 per person sharing
From €115 pps
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