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  1. Wehrly Bros Ltd - Jewellers

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Wehrly Bros. is a family Jewellers in Sligo town, County Sligo, established in the 1870s with a strong tradition for quality. Their aim is to provide our customers with quality branded items at affordable prices. Read more

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  2. The Ox Bindery

    Tubbercurry, Sligo

    The Ox Bindery is a conservation and bookbinding studio in the heart of the Ox Mountains near Tubbercurry, County Sligo. It is run by a Dutch couple who are specialised in the art of the hand bound book, be it conserving the old or creating a new. Read more

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  3. Mullaghmore Sailing Club and Centre Ltd

    Mullaghmore, Sligo

    New club facilities opened April 2000. Active Dinghy Sailing in sheltered waters from April to October. Limited visitors moorings for cruisers regatta usually last weekend in July. Read more

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  4. Benbulben Craft Village

    Rathcormac, Sligo

    Benbulben Craft Village is located in Rathcormack on the Sligo to Donegal road, 5 kilometres from Sligo Town. The grave of W.B. Yeats and Drumcliff church are a short distance away. There is also ample coach and car parking facilities. Read more

  5. Kevinsfort House

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Kevinsfort House is a classically proportioned Georgian Regency house within the borough of Sligo. It is conveniently located less than one mile west and within easy walking distance of the centre of Sligo Town. Read more

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  6. Rennafix Thrill to Chill

    Collooney, Sligo

    At this adventure playground try M-Biking, SUPing, kayaking, river-floating, or indulge in therapeutic massage, Reiki, yoga and more. Then enjoy an evening outdoor comedy gig under the stars with Spike... Read more

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  7. Markree Castle Restaurant

    Collooney, Sligo

    This is a magnificent gilded dining room in a spectacular castle which is owned and run by the Cooper family for 300 years. Specialities include Irish and French cuisine along with vegetarian dishes. Read more

  8. Rosses Point Coastal Walk

    Rosses Point, Sligo

    Rosses Point is a seaside village with a long seafaring history. It is also the home to an 18 hole championship links course, a blue flag beach and Sligo Yacht Club which has hosted many National, International & World Championship events. Rosses Point is an easy walk for all ages as it is mostly flat. Starting from the Church of Ireland the walk takes you along the promenade where the Garavogue meets Sligo Bay. With the mountains to your left and the old village of Rosses Point to your right this stretch takes you to the Pier and the Lady Waiting on the Shore, dedicated to all the women from Rosses Point who waited behind as the loved ones when to sea. Read more

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  9. Gulliver's Restaurant

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Gulliver's Restaurant is a fun, themed place with seriously good food. Based on the book "Gulliver's Travels" and written by Jonathan Swift, the restaurant caters for all tastes offering many old favourites as well as some great new additions. Read more

  10. Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery

    Carrowmore, Sligo

    Visit the Megalithic site of Carrowmore, some 700 years older than Newgrange, set in this stunning part of Co Sligo, overlooking the Atlantic and Ben Bulben. Carrowmore is located 4 kilometres from Sligo. Read more

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