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The ruins at Kilturra are found just 10km northwest of Gurteen, County Sligo. The fascinating, historic site consists of a ring barrow, holy well, cross-inscribed stone, ballaum stone and more.
Enniscrone/Killala Angling Charter operates out of Enniscrone, County Sligo, and Killala, County Mayo, which are located on either side of Killala Bay. They offer full and half day angling trips and also dolphin watching and pleasure trips.
New Bluetooth Tour of Sligo City - This innovative new tour produced by Headland Media Ziggi Bluetooth.
Rathdooney Beg is a small barrow cemetery consisting of three monuments and sited prominently on the summit of a drumlin ridge, with spectacular panoramic views of the County Sligo countryside.
Knocknashee Legendary Hill of the Fairies, one of the 7 sacred hills of Ireland. Fun for schools, coach tours, birthday parties.
Located in Sligo Town, Barton Smith Sports is a one-stop shop for all kinds of sporting and outdoors gear.
Knocknarea Mountain (Cnoc na Rí) is situated four miles west of Sligo Town, in the area of the Strandhill Peninsula. This breathtaking mountain dominates the skyline of Sligo town it is 1078 feet high.
Strandhill Beach is located in Strandhill, County Sligo and is renowned for being one of the main attractions for surfers worldwide. There are a number of surf schools catering for both novices and experienced surfers.
Justly famed for its fine cuisine, splendid accommodation and the beauty of the surroundings, this modern country house and restaurant is the discerning traveller's perfect choice.
Benbulben is known as County Sligo’s 'Table Mountain' and is part of the Dartry Mountains. It is a spectacular iconic geological feature hosting a unique variety of flora.
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