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Liber is an Independent Book & Music shop in the heart of Sligo. It specialises in Yeats books and items of local interest. It also has a ticketmaster agency and carries tickets for all major events.
Sligo Racecourse is in the heart of Yeats Country and claims to be the most scenic racecourse in the country. An ideal location to saviour the atmosphere of an Irish race meeting.
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.
Streedagh beach has an impressive 3km long sandy beach near Grange in County Sligo.
IWCC touring rides are designed for riders looking for an enjoyable ride at a more comfortable pace. If you’re thinking of starting cycling as a sport for the first time, or you’re unsure of your ability, the touring rides are for you!
The ruins of Ballindoon Abbey can be found in County Sligo, along the eastern shore of Lough Arrow. Today visitors will find remains of the 14th-century priory’s church, chancel and tower, all built in the Middle English Gothic style.
Taking in Sligo, Strandhill, Knocknarea Mountain, Carrowmore Tombs, Ox Mountains, Aughris, Easkey, Enniscrone and returning to Sligo. A distance of 110km (69 miles), approximately.
Harrys Bar and Gastro pub, serving fresh, local, award winning food on Rosses Point promenade overlooking scenic Sligo Channel and neighbouring islands. Free Carparking. Free WiFi.
Northwest Adventure Tours located in Strandhill, County Sligo, specialises in on-and-off road guided cycling which allows every level of cyclist to explore the natural and untouched treasures of Ireland’s North West.
Dunmoran Green Coast Award beach near Easkey in County Sligo.
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