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Half Moon Bay curls around the northern shore of Lough Gill 3km from Sligo Town. Hidden within the woods is Hazelwood Sculpture Trail, a 3km forested trail dotted with sculptures by Irish and international sculptors.
New club facilities opened April 2000. Active Dinghy Sailing in sheltered waters from April to October. Limited visitors moorings for cruisers regatta usually last weekend in July.
Doorly Park is located along by the riverside in Sligo Town. About 15 minute walk from the town centre. In the 19th Century Colonel W. G Woodmartin of Cleveragh developed this wetland on his estate.
Sligo Yacht Club is located at Rosses Point on the edge of Sligo Bay in County Sligo and this is one of the most ideal and beautiful locations for inshore racing in the country.
The Sathya Sai Sanctuary Trust for Nature is a charitable trust whose aim is to provide refuge for sick, elderly, unwanted, abandoned or abused donkeys. It is situated 5km from Castlebaldwin, County Sligo.
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.
One of Ireland's leading surf schools, Perfect Day, caters for the needs of all surfers. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced surfer, young or old, they can help you surf better.
7th Wave Surf, Sup, Kayak School is located at Enniscrone beach in County Sligo. An idyllic location, it has over two miles of excellent surfing conditions suitable for the novice and intermediate surfer.
County Sligo Surf Club in Strandhill, County Sligo is one of the older surf clubs in Ireland, founded in the early 1970s.
LSD Kiteboarding is a new kitesurfing centre based on the amazing beaches in the northwest of Ireland. We offer lessons, a shop and demo centre.
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