Muse to poets, mecca to surfers, magnificent to all
The beaches and parks of the wild northwest
Taking in Sligo, Riverstown, Castlebaldwin, Caves of Keash, Coleman Centre, Eagles Flying, Temple House, Ballymote and...
The Yeats Winter School is designed as an interlude, which allows the visitor the opportunity to learn more about W....
Offshore Watersports in Mullaghmore, County Sligo offer a wide range of PADI scuba diving courses from open water diver...
A world-class visitor centre, The Model offers visitors to Sligo town a wonderful restaurant and cafe, galleries, an...
Based one mile from Sligo Town with four challenging games to entertain everyone.
Taking in Sligo, Strandhill, Knocknarea Mountain, Carrowmore Tombs, Ox Mountains, Aughris, Easkey, Enniscrone and returning...
Sweet Beat Café is a plant-based health café founded by Carolanne Rushe, focusing on making plant-based cuisine more...
Experience the romance and mystery of Inishmurray Island aboard the fast "Fiona Tee".
Ireland's premier folk, roots & indie festival with great traditional, folk, Americana, R&B, blues and all roots music...
All-Terrain Mud and Obstacle Course for Kids aged between 8 and 12 years old.
HELL & BACK Hercules is specifically designed and created by outdoor specialists to push your physical and mental boundaries...
The 28th Sligo International Choral Festival, the second largest in Ireland, will include a street parade of choirs,...
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