Activities, Adventure, Attractions and Ancient Places .... its all going on in Sligo. Let us help make your stay in Sligo more fun ......
Co. Sligo GC (Links)
Enniscrone GC (Links)
Strandhill GC (Links)
Tubercurry GC (9 Hole)
Ballymote GC (9 Hole)
Castledargan GC (Parkland)
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Sligo has an amazing choice of waterbased activities for guests to choose from ...
Horse Riding & The Races
To view the dates of the race meetings, log onto www.countysligoraces.com
Beaches, moors, mountains, forest trails and lakeshore can be enjoyed – from riding schools to equestrian centres, you are spoilt for choice.
Walking, Hiking & Biking
Coastal Walks – Rosses Point, Enniscrone, Lissadell
Looped Walks – Doorly Park
Way Marked Ways – The Sligo Way, The Miner’s Way & Historical Trail
Forest Walks – Slish Wood, Deer Park, Union Wood, The Warren Way
Other Walks – Lough Arrow Walks, Sligo City Yeat’s Trail, Yeat’s Passport Trail
Nature Trails – Hazelwood Sculpture Trail, Dooney Rock Nature Trail
Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetry
This is the largest megalithic cemetry in Ireland and amongst the oldest and most important in Europe.
A 200-year-old traditional thatched cottage, the only one of its kind in the area, which is open to the public. It is a stone built cottage with two rooms and a loft with original walls, roof, roof beams, fireplace and pouch bed.
Drumcliffe Round Tower and High Cross
This site is an monastic settlement, and also the burial place of the famous Irish poet W.B.Yeats. Its importance dates from 574 AD when St. Colmcille founded a monastery here
Eagles Flying / Irish Raptor Research Centre
At Ireland’s largest sanctuary for Birds of Prey and Owls, you can enjoy Eagles, Hawks, Owls, Falcons and Vultures flying closely over your head.
Excalibur Inismurray Tours
Knocknashee, Legendary Hill of the Fairies, one of the 7 sacred hills in Ireland.
Founded by Maurice Fitzgerald, the Chief Justice of Ireland, in 1252/3.
W.B. Yeats Grave & Drumcliffe Church
Exploring Sligo’s Heritage – the sightseeing options
Sligo has a wonderfully rich archaeological and mythological heritage.
Richard de Burgo, the "Red Earl" of Ulster, built the remains of this Anglo-Norman castle in AD1300 and it was the strongest fortress in Connacht.