Muse to poets, mecca to surfers, magnificent to all
The beaches and parks of the wild northwest
7th Wave Surf, Sup, Kayak School is located at Enniscrone beach in County Sligo. An idyllic location, it has over two...
The Draft House Gastro Pub pride themselves on serving the finest locally sourced ingredients paired with craft beer,...
Meave's Cairn is an iconic part of the Sligo landscape. It sits atop Knocknarea hill a visible land mark west of Sligo...
Woodville Farm, just outside Strandhill in County Sligo, takes you through mature woodland, green fields, and historic...
Kevinsfort House is a classically proportioned Georgian Regency house within the borough of Sligo. It is conveniently...
Sligo Racecourse is in the heart of Yeats Country and claims to be the most scenic racecourse in the country. An ideal...
New walking trail to the summit of Knocknarea, Strandhill, Co. Sligo.
Wilderness Ireland offers the widest range of guided activity holidays in Ireland’s most remote and beautiful regions....
Ireland's premier folk, roots and indie festival brims with great traditional, folk, Americana, R&B, blues and roots...
Sligo is getting its first ever real indoor ice rink and it's going to be big, over 200 meters square and can cater...
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