Wild Atlantic Way - Sligo to Mayo

  1. Pier Head Hotel and Spa Leisure Centre

    Mullaghmore, Sligo

    The Pier Head Hotel and Spa Leisure Centre overlooks the white sand beach of Mullaghmore as it curves endlessly around Mullaghmore Bay. It is set by the pier in the small village of Mullaghmore 27km from Sligo Town. Read more

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  2. Donegal Town Independent Hostel

    Donegal Town, Donegal

    Donegal Town Independent Hostel is an ideal base for touring the region. This family friendly hostel is situated 1 kilometre from Donegal Town centre and offers dormitory and private rooms, a self-catering kitchen and common room with open turf fire. Read more

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  3. Enniscrone Golf Club

    Enniscrone, Sligo

    One of Ireland's great west coast links, Enniscrone is set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay. Read more

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  4. Woodville Farm

    Strandhill, Sligo

    Woodville Farm, just outside Strandhill in County Sligo, takes you through mature woodland, green fields, and historic farm buildings where a variety of farm animals, live in natural surroundings. Read more

  5. The Benwiskin Centre

    Ballintrillick, Sligo

    The Benwiskin Centre is an eco-friendly hostel set in a beautiful rural location in Ballintrillick, County Sligo in the shadow of the Benwiskin Mountain and near the Sligo coastline. The hostel has six cosy bedrooms, which serve as the perfect accommodation for both individuals and groups exploring the North West of Ireland. Read more

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  6. Newport House

    Newport, Mayo

    If you are looking for a good Restaurant in Co Mayo, then look no further than Newport House Hotel; superb food, an excellent wine cellar and a wonderful ambience combine to make Newport the ideal choice for dining and eating out in Co Mayo, Ireland. Read more

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  7. Eagle Island (Oileán san Tuaidh)

    Belmullet, Mayo

    Eagle Island is a small island lying off the Mullet Peninsual on the north west coast of Mayo. The island is uninhabited and is best known for its two lighthouses. There is no ferry access to the island. 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. Caheny's Pub and Off-License

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Take a journey through our extensive history in Sligo or sample the ambience and atmosphere of the bar and lounge. Browse photos of our pub and our valued customers and friends and dip into our news pages. If you are looking for a competitively priced off-licence with an extensive choice of wines, beers and spirits to suit any pallette (or indeed pocket) look no further than Caheny's Cellars. Read more

  10. The Cat & The Moon

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    The Cat and The Moon shop and gallery is a showcase of jewellery, glass, ceramics, textiles, furniture and fine art exclusively made in Ireland. Read more

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