107 Accommodation, 27 Events , 211 Things to do
Ross House is a traditional farmhouse with an open fire in the sitting room. Peaceful location. Traditional home cooking.
Wilderness Ireland offers the widest range of guided activity holidays in Ireland’s most remote and beautiful regions. Having some of the best guides in the country our team run exceptional walking, cycling, kayaking and family holidays.
The Ballysadare River, together with its tributaries the Unshin, the Owenmore and the Owenbeg, drains a large catchment in County Sligo. The river gets a small run of spring salmon from April and a big run of grilse, peaking in June and early July.
North West Adventure-Outdoor Education Centre in Ballinafad, County Sligo is committed to providing environmentally aware, safe, quality, fun outdoor activity, adventure, education and training for everyone.
The nightclub, which opened in April 2006 boasts four bars, two dancefloors and a state of the art sound system. The nightclub brings a new era to nightlife in Sligo.
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.
A walking tour of Rosses Point, a small seafaring village and the childhood home of WB Yeats, 8 kilometres from Sligo Town
Eagles Flying, situated near Ballymote, is Ireland's largest such centre. Twice daily shows, either outdoor or indoor, offer a unique weather independent opportunity to view these regal raptors (birds of prey) in flight.
Sligo Airport is situated in the beautiful seaside resort of Strandhill, approx 8 km from Sligo Town. Fly from Sligo to Dublin return. Book early for best fares.
Jul 13 2014 - Jul 19 2014
The South Sligo Summer School is a weeklong celebration of local traditional Irish music, song and dance. There is something for everyone with classes, ceilis, concerts and craic!
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Tours start at $ 1199 per person
From £75.00 per day including insurance
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