Muse to poets, mecca to surfers, magnificent to all
The beaches and parks of the wild northwest
Innisfree Coaches is a medium sized coach company based in Co Sligo. It also operates from a satellite base in Dublin...
The Sligo County Museum in Sligo Town is divided between the Yeats Collection, Countess Markievic memorabilia and local...
Wilderness Ireland offers the widest range of guided activity holidays in Ireland’s most remote and beautiful regions....
Classic India restaurant is located in the centre of Sligo Town serving authentic Indian cuisine along with extensive...
LSD Kiteboarding is a new kitesurfing centre based on the amazing beaches in the northwest of Ireland. We offer lessons,...
Meave's Cairn is an iconic part of the Sligo landscape. It sits atop Knocknarea hill a visible land mark west of Sligo...
One of Ireland's leading surf schools, Perfect Day, caters for the needs of all surfers. Whether you are a beginner...
Sligo's Smallest Pub with the biggest Character, located right in the City centre beside the Garavogue River. A great...
Enjoy Sligo Live magical folk, roots and indie music on the Wild Atlantic Way with over 80 intimate performances...
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