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LimeGreen Umbrella is a Gift, Art & Craft outlet showcasing the best of Irish design. We are situated conveniently in the middle of Sligo in Henry Lyons Department Store.
Based one mile from Sligo Town with four challenging games to entertain everyone.
Kate's Kitchen located in County Sligo, provides yummy food and great coffee to take away. Shelves are full of store cupboard essentials and some luxury bath and body gifts for you, or someone else.
The Harp Tavern now in its fourth decade stands proudly as one of the truly faithful traditional Irish Pubs that can be found on the Wild Atlantic Way. Known for its love for traditional music it is also the ideal place for a lunch with friends.
We are very modern 12 screen cinema with all the features you would expect, including Dolby Digital, Dolby SR, Dolby A Stereo sound, oversized screens and aircraft style seating.
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.
Discover the centuries old practise of revitalising seaweed baths at this unique property. Voya Seaweed Baths is located in the seaside resort of Strandhill, County Sligo, seven miles from Sligo Town on the R292.
Enjoy this weather independent facility located in the Atlantic seaside resort of Enniscrone, Co Sligo.
Ballymote and District Angling Club members are actively involved in both game and coarse fishing and competitions are held throughout the calendar year.
St John’s Cathedral is an Anglican house of worship found in Sligo Town and thought to be located on the site of a 13th-century hospital and parish church. German Richard Cassels designed the present cathedral in the mid-1700s.
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