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Guidebook for Sligo

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Guidebook for Sligo

Food Scene
This traditional atmosphere and attention to detail continues into our family friendly restaurant which was originally a drapery shop. This family run establishment began serving food 8 years ago. Since then, the combination of quality home cooked food & our friendly & welcoming atmosphere in relaxed surroundings continues to attract tourist & locals alike. A five minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation, this restaurant also provides a courtesy car back to our place. Because of its popularity, the area was extended recently with extensive dining area, though newly built, blending seamlessly with the old. See our menu at www.langs.ie
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Langs Bar & Restaurant
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This traditional atmosphere and attention to detail continues into our family friendly restaurant which was originally a drapery shop. This family run establishment began serving food 8 years ago. Since then, the combination of quality home cooked food & our friendly & welcoming atmosphere in relaxed surroundings continues to attract tourist & locals alike. A five minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation, this restaurant also provides a courtesy car back to our place. Because of its popularity, the area was extended recently with extensive dining area, though newly built, blending seamlessly with the old. See our menu at www.langs.ie
Henry’s Bar & Restaurant – situated right under “Bare Benbulben’s Head” W.B Yeats and surrounded by numerous tourist attractions within a 15 minute radius - Lissadell House, Raughly Harbour, Spanish Armada, Creevykeel Tombs, Glencar Waterfall, Mullaghmore and many more, see our menus at www.henrysrestaurant.ie
Henrys Bar & Restaurant
Henry’s Bar & Restaurant – situated right under “Bare Benbulben’s Head” W.B Yeats and surrounded by numerous tourist attractions within a 15 minute radius - Lissadell House, Raughly Harbour, Spanish Armada, Creevykeel Tombs, Glencar Waterfall, Mullaghmore and many more, see our menus at www.henrysrestaurant.ie
is owned by the Davis Family for over thirty five years. The Davis Family who have a passion for serving fresh locally sourced food, pride themselves on offering a warm welcome, award winning food, in a beautifully decorated modern restaurant. Professional friendly service with both quality and affordability has deservedly earned Davis’s the reputation as Sligo’s most popular restaurant both for locals and tourists alike. The Extensive A La Carte menu which appeals to a broad selection of tastes & budgets is available at all times with daily specials and Roasts of the day from 12 to 3.pm,a ten minute drive from Pebble Beach accommadation, see our menu at www.yeatstavernrestaurant.com
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Davis' Restaurant & Yeats Tavern
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is owned by the Davis Family for over thirty five years. The Davis Family who have a passion for serving fresh locally sourced food, pride themselves on offering a warm welcome, award winning food, in a beautifully decorated modern restaurant. Professional friendly service with both quality and affordability has deservedly earned Davis’s the reputation as Sligo’s most popular restaurant both for locals and tourists alike. The Extensive A La Carte menu which appeals to a broad selection of tastes & budgets is available at all times with daily specials and Roasts of the day from 12 to 3.pm,a ten minute drive from Pebble Beach accommadation, see our menu at www.yeatstavernrestaurant.com
Harrison's Restaurant Located in the village of Cliffoney, North Sligo. Close to Mullaghmore and Surrounding area's. Winner of numerous awards for their food and bar, Including "Best Customer Service" at the 2016 2015 & 2014 Irish Restaurant Awards and a Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2014. this romantic restaurant is sure to impress and cater for all types of guest from young to old. Fresh Fish and Local Beef on the plate with a wide selection of other Ingredients from "the Wild Atlantic Way" including a large selection of local craft beers. Just a ten minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation. See our menu at www.harrisonscliffoney.com
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Harrisons Bar & Restaurant
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Harrison's Restaurant Located in the village of Cliffoney, North Sligo. Close to Mullaghmore and Surrounding area's. Winner of numerous awards for their food and bar, Including "Best Customer Service" at the 2016 2015 & 2014 Irish Restaurant Awards and a Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2014. this romantic restaurant is sure to impress and cater for all types of guest from young to old. Fresh Fish and Local Beef on the plate with a wide selection of other Ingredients from "the Wild Atlantic Way" including a large selection of local craft beers. Just a ten minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation. See our menu at www.harrisonscliffoney.com
Riva Macari's take away and pizza ,located in Grange village, sit in or takeout, you can choose from a great menu, very clean, very friendly staff and the home made chips are excellent. A 5 minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation.
Riva Takeaway
Riva Macari's take away and pizza ,located in Grange village, sit in or takeout, you can choose from a great menu, very clean, very friendly staff and the home made chips are excellent. A 5 minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation.
Classic Italian cooking, is the inspiration for the quintessential Italian menu. Emphasis is placed on simple, fresh ingredients and Italian cooking methods. Fresh pastas and dried pastas are imported from Italy. All meals are complemented by a selection of hand-made breads baked according to traditional methods. Lunch and dinner menus include a selection of antipasti, soups and salads, house made pastas and a wide, just a short 15 minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation, see our menu at rugantino.ie
RUGANTINO
Classic Italian cooking, is the inspiration for the quintessential Italian menu. Emphasis is placed on simple, fresh ingredients and Italian cooking methods. Fresh pastas and dried pastas are imported from Italy. All meals are complemented by a selection of hand-made breads baked according to traditional methods. Lunch and dinner menus include a selection of antipasti, soups and salads, house made pastas and a wide, just a short 15 minute drive from Pebble Beach accommodation, see our menu at rugantino.ie
This charming tea house and craft shop offers good wholesome food together with mouth watering home made cakes and desserts. There is a selection of Yeats and Irish interest books to browse through, complimented by a distinctive selection of original quality crafts. Enjoy cheerful service and a relaxed atmosphere with convenient, free parking, free WiFi, accessible to all and Licensed to sell wine. www.drumcliffeteahouse.ie
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Drumcliffe Tea House and Craft Shop
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This charming tea house and craft shop offers good wholesome food together with mouth watering home made cakes and desserts. There is a selection of Yeats and Irish interest books to browse through, complimented by a distinctive selection of original quality crafts. Enjoy cheerful service and a relaxed atmosphere with convenient, free parking, free WiFi, accessible to all and Licensed to sell wine. www.drumcliffeteahouse.ie
Glencar tea SHED is a 50 seater coffee shop situated close to on of the most beautiful tourist attractions in County Leitrim - Glencar waterfall. The tea Shed serves locally roasted coffee and specialty teas as well as freshly made sandwich options, freshly baked scones and bread, homemade soup and sweet lovely treats. The tea SHED caters for locals, hill walkers, tourists and tour buses who visit the area. Freshly baked scones, bread, desserts as well as locally produced products are on sale, with areas for local arts, crafts and speciality foods. A footbridge provides access from the waterfall carpark to the tea SHED and new public playground. www.tasteleitrim.com
teaSHED
Glencar tea SHED is a 50 seater coffee shop situated close to on of the most beautiful tourist attractions in County Leitrim - Glencar waterfall. The tea Shed serves locally roasted coffee and specialty teas as well as freshly made sandwich options, freshly baked scones and bread, homemade soup and sweet lovely treats. The tea SHED caters for locals, hill walkers, tourists and tour buses who visit the area. Freshly baked scones, bread, desserts as well as locally produced products are on sale, with areas for local arts, crafts and speciality foods. A footbridge provides access from the waterfall carpark to the tea SHED and new public playground. www.tasteleitrim.com
Arts & Culture
Follow in the footsteps of W. B. Yeats in wandering through this beautifully restored estate on the shores of the Atlantic. Childhood home of Constance and Eva Gore-Booth, built by Sir Robert Gore-Booth in 1830 and designed by Francis Goodwin the house is now fully restored and open daily for guided tours.Opening hours 10am - 6pm
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Lissadell House
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Follow in the footsteps of W. B. Yeats in wandering through this beautifully restored estate on the shores of the Atlantic. Childhood home of Constance and Eva Gore-Booth, built by Sir Robert Gore-Booth in 1830 and designed by Francis Goodwin the house is now fully restored and open daily for guided tours.Opening hours 10am - 6pm
The Model, home of The Niland Collection, is one of Ireland’s leading contemporary arts centres. Built in 1862 as a Model School, the present building has been extended twice. The first extension was in 2000 when it was completely refurbished and extended by McCullough Mulvin Architects. The building was redeveloped again by architects Sheridan Woods in 2010, whose extension to The Model has increased the building by a third in size to create a world-class visitor centre. The building boasts a restaurant and coffee dock, a bookshop, a wonderful gallery circuit, a purpose built performance space, and a suite of impressive artist studios on the top floor with enviable views of Sligo town.
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The Model, Home of The Niland Collection
19 Connaughton Rd
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The Model, home of The Niland Collection, is one of Ireland’s leading contemporary arts centres. Built in 1862 as a Model School, the present building has been extended twice. The first extension was in 2000 when it was completely refurbished and extended by McCullough Mulvin Architects. The building was redeveloped again by architects Sheridan Woods in 2010, whose extension to The Model has increased the building by a third in size to create a world-class visitor centre. The building boasts a restaurant and coffee dock, a bookshop, a wonderful gallery circuit, a purpose built performance space, and a suite of impressive artist studios on the top floor with enviable views of Sligo town.
Drinks & Nightlife
A beautiful,clean and welcoming Irish country pub, it also has the added benefit of a grocery shop, good fun and a great pint, you will feel very at home here.
McLean Pub
A beautiful,clean and welcoming Irish country pub, it also has the added benefit of a grocery shop, good fun and a great pint, you will feel very at home here.
The warm and friendly Laura’s of Carney offers a traditional Irish pub and authentic styled Italian Restaurant . The small bar offers a fine selection of Irish and Italian classic drinks while also serving tapas 7 nights a week; this is another great reason to stop in the picturesque village of Carney, Co. Sligo
Lauras of Carney
The warm and friendly Laura’s of Carney offers a traditional Irish pub and authentic styled Italian Restaurant . The small bar offers a fine selection of Irish and Italian classic drinks while also serving tapas 7 nights a week; this is another great reason to stop in the picturesque village of Carney, Co. Sligo
A small old style irish thatch pub, first opened in 1610, it boasts a great atmosphere, good pints and friendly locals.
Ellens Pub
A small old style irish thatch pub, first opened in 1610, it boasts a great atmosphere, good pints and friendly locals.
This traditional Bar with its beautiful black oak backdrop has a warm welcoming feel. The open fire with its log and turf blaze catches the eye of the weary stranger and local alike. Called the Guinness House O Donnells is renowned its Guinness on Tap, with the barrell located beside the dispenser the locals believe this is the key to good drink. A steaming hot whiskey or irish coffee expertly made by one of the family soon restores the weary traveller. www.odonnellsofcliffoney.com
O Donnells Bar Cliffoney
This traditional Bar with its beautiful black oak backdrop has a warm welcoming feel. The open fire with its log and turf blaze catches the eye of the weary stranger and local alike. Called the Guinness House O Donnells is renowned its Guinness on Tap, with the barrell located beside the dispenser the locals believe this is the key to good drink. A steaming hot whiskey or irish coffee expertly made by one of the family soon restores the weary traveller. www.odonnellsofcliffoney.com
A country pub in the heart of Yeats county, only a few minutes drive from Yeats grave and Lissadell House
Carney (Bradys Bar)
A country pub in the heart of Yeats county, only a few minutes drive from Yeats grave and Lissadell House
Sightseeing
A 3km long sandy beach located on the north western shore of a sandbar linking Streedagh Point to an area known as Connor’s Island. The sandbar is overlain by sand dunes with an estuary to the east side and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The sand dunes and estuary, which consists of sand flats and saltmarsh provide thriving habitats for a rich array of flora and fauna. The exposed beach together with reef breaks create ideal surfing conditions.
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Streedagh
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A 3km long sandy beach located on the north western shore of a sandbar linking Streedagh Point to an area known as Connor’s Island. The sandbar is overlain by sand dunes with an estuary to the east side and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The sand dunes and estuary, which consists of sand flats and saltmarsh provide thriving habitats for a rich array of flora and fauna. The exposed beach together with reef breaks create ideal surfing conditions.
Gleniff Horseshoe so called because of its shape and layout. Along the drive or walk can be clearly seen the dramatic cliffs containing the cave that served as a hiding place for mythical runaway lovers Diarmuid and Grainne. The scenery around the Gleniff Horseshoe overlooking Sligo and Donegal Bay is some of the most beautiful in the hidden Ireland, a highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way. There are two beautiful short walks here along the river and a 5 mile walk around the horseshoe itself is magnificent.
Gleniff Horseshoe Drive
Gleniff Horseshoe so called because of its shape and layout. Along the drive or walk can be clearly seen the dramatic cliffs containing the cave that served as a hiding place for mythical runaway lovers Diarmuid and Grainne. The scenery around the Gleniff Horseshoe overlooking Sligo and Donegal Bay is some of the most beautiful in the hidden Ireland, a highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way. There are two beautiful short walks here along the river and a 5 mile walk around the horseshoe itself is magnificent.
Although Staid is traditionally called Staid Abbey there is no evidence that it was an Abbey. The present church may date to around the 15th century AD but the site in general seems to be associated with the early medieval monastic site of Inishmurray Island, which lies about 6.5km way. It may originally date to the 10th century or earlier and was possibly used as a hostel or stopping off point for clergy, pilgrims and other travellers to Inishmurray. Captain de Cuellar, a survivor of the three Spanish Armada ships wrecked at Streedagh in 1588, mentions Staid in a letter he wrote telling of his adventures.
Staid Abbey
Although Staid is traditionally called Staid Abbey there is no evidence that it was an Abbey. The present church may date to around the 15th century AD but the site in general seems to be associated with the early medieval monastic site of Inishmurray Island, which lies about 6.5km way. It may originally date to the 10th century or earlier and was possibly used as a hostel or stopping off point for clergy, pilgrims and other travellers to Inishmurray. Captain de Cuellar, a survivor of the three Spanish Armada ships wrecked at Streedagh in 1588, mentions Staid in a letter he wrote telling of his adventures.
Benbulben is known as County Sligo’s 'Table Mountain' and is part of the Dartry Mountains. Benbulben was formed as a result of the different responses to erosion of the limestone and shale of which the mountain is formed. A hard and resistant limestone forms the upper cliffs and precipices. Benbulben was formed during the Ice age, when large parts of the Earth were under glaciers. It was originally merely a large ridge, however the moving glaciers cut into the earth, leaving a distinct formation, now called Benbulben.
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Benbulbin
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Benbulben is known as County Sligo’s 'Table Mountain' and is part of the Dartry Mountains. Benbulben was formed as a result of the different responses to erosion of the limestone and shale of which the mountain is formed. A hard and resistant limestone forms the upper cliffs and precipices. Benbulben was formed during the Ice age, when large parts of the Earth were under glaciers. It was originally merely a large ridge, however the moving glaciers cut into the earth, leaving a distinct formation, now called Benbulben.
Mullaghmore (Irish: An Mullach Mór, meaning "the great summit")[2] is a village on the Mullaghmore peninsula in County Sligo, Ireland. It is a noted holiday destination, characterised by ocean views and a skyline dominated by the monolithic shape of Ben Bulben mountain.
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Mullaghmore
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Mullaghmore (Irish: An Mullach Mór, meaning "the great summit")[2] is a village on the Mullaghmore peninsula in County Sligo, Ireland. It is a noted holiday destination, characterised by ocean views and a skyline dominated by the monolithic shape of Ben Bulben mountain.
This rustic and peaceful route was a favourite of William Butler Yeats. It takes in views over tranquil Sligo Bay and the surrounding mountains.
Raghly
This rustic and peaceful route was a favourite of William Butler Yeats. It takes in views over tranquil Sligo Bay and the surrounding mountains.
Peaceful and relaxing atmosphere to sit back in your car and watch that amazing view or get out and picture it all, worth a stop on the N16.
Glencar Lough View Car Park
Peaceful and relaxing atmosphere to sit back in your car and watch that amazing view or get out and picture it all, worth a stop on the N16.
Although commonly known as Sligo Abbey, the correct title for this structure is the Convent of the Holy Cross. It was in fact a Dominican Friary. It was originally built in 1253 by the order of Maurice Fitzgerald, Baron of Offaly, (who is also credited with being the real founder of Sligo). It was destroyed in 1414 by a fire, ravaged during the Tyrone War in 1595 and once more in 1641 during the Ulster Uprising. The friars moved out in the 18th Century, but the abbey was restored in the 1850s.
Sligo, Abbey Street Sligo
Although commonly known as Sligo Abbey, the correct title for this structure is the Convent of the Holy Cross. It was in fact a Dominican Friary. It was originally built in 1253 by the order of Maurice Fitzgerald, Baron of Offaly, (who is also credited with being the real founder of Sligo). It was destroyed in 1414 by a fire, ravaged during the Tyrone War in 1595 and once more in 1641 during the Ulster Uprising. The friars moved out in the 18th Century, but the abbey was restored in the 1850s.
This monument is situated at the foothills of Tievebaun Mountain, near the sea at Mullaghmore, and is one of the finest examples in Ireland of what is known as a full-court tomb. Dating from the Neolithic period (c. 4000 – 2500 BC) it consists of a wedge-shaped cairn about 50m long, incorporating at its eastern end an oval-shaped court.
Creevykeel Court Tomb
This monument is situated at the foothills of Tievebaun Mountain, near the sea at Mullaghmore, and is one of the finest examples in Ireland of what is known as a full-court tomb. Dating from the Neolithic period (c. 4000 – 2500 BC) it consists of a wedge-shaped cairn about 50m long, incorporating at its eastern end an oval-shaped court.
Drumcliffe, County Sligo is set against the striking backdrop of the Benbulben Mountains. It is best known as the final resting place of W.B. Yeats. Found in the churchyard, his grave is marked with a simple headstone with the inscription, "cast a cold eye on life, on death, horseman, pass by." This was Yeats' self penned epitaph together with the instructions that the grave consist of "no marble, no conventional phrase". The graveyard also contains a high cross and nearby is the site of a 6th Century Columbian monastery.
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Drumcliffe Church & W. B Yeat's Grave
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Drumcliffe, County Sligo is set against the striking backdrop of the Benbulben Mountains. It is best known as the final resting place of W.B. Yeats. Found in the churchyard, his grave is marked with a simple headstone with the inscription, "cast a cold eye on life, on death, horseman, pass by." This was Yeats' self penned epitaph together with the instructions that the grave consist of "no marble, no conventional phrase". The graveyard also contains a high cross and nearby is the site of a 6th Century Columbian monastery.
Sitting on a hill overlooking Mullaghmore village, Classiebawn Castle dominates the landscape for miles around. Looked on as a fairytale castle by many, it is probably one of the most photographed buildings in County Sligo.
Classiebawn Castle
Sitting on a hill overlooking Mullaghmore village, Classiebawn Castle dominates the landscape for miles around. Looked on as a fairytale castle by many, it is probably one of the most photographed buildings in County Sligo.
This megalithic cemetery is the largest in Ireland and amongst the oldest in Europe. Built around 4600-3900 BC. There were originally over 80 monuments on this site including chamber tombs, ring forts, cairns and passage graves. There are about 30 sites still worth visiting. Excavations by Swedish Archaeologists which began in 1977 produced radio-carbon dates that may place some of the tombs around 4600BC. A large area of the cemetery is state owned under Duchas the Heritage service. Since my first visit the state has acquired even more land on the western side of the road opposite the visitors centre.
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Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery
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This megalithic cemetery is the largest in Ireland and amongst the oldest in Europe. Built around 4600-3900 BC. There were originally over 80 monuments on this site including chamber tombs, ring forts, cairns and passage graves. There are about 30 sites still worth visiting. Excavations by Swedish Archaeologists which began in 1977 produced radio-carbon dates that may place some of the tombs around 4600BC. A large area of the cemetery is state owned under Duchas the Heritage service. Since my first visit the state has acquired even more land on the western side of the road opposite the visitors centre.
Cloonagh
Parks & Nature
Glencar Lake is located northeast of Sligo, nestled at the foot of Benbulben off the main road to Manorhamilton. The area has remained untouched in the last forty years. The main feature of the area, besides the lake itself, is the picturesque Glencar Waterfall. Springing out of the very side of Benbulben, the waterfall is neither very tall, nor very wide, yet it captivates and holds every person that visits.
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Glencar Waterfall
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Glencar Lake is located northeast of Sligo, nestled at the foot of Benbulben off the main road to Manorhamilton. The area has remained untouched in the last forty years. The main feature of the area, besides the lake itself, is the picturesque Glencar Waterfall. Springing out of the very side of Benbulben, the waterfall is neither very tall, nor very wide, yet it captivates and holds every person that visits.
Doorly Park is located along the riverside in Sligo town, about 10 minute walk from the town centre. In the 19th century Colonel W G Woodmartin of Cleveragh developed this wetland on his estate. A series of ponds were excavated and drier areas were planted with oak, scots pine and a number of other species of tree. There is a nature trail through the park and a picnic area.
Doorly Park
Doorly Park is located along the riverside in Sligo town, about 10 minute walk from the town centre. In the 19th century Colonel W G Woodmartin of Cleveragh developed this wetland on his estate. A series of ponds were excavated and drier areas were planted with oak, scots pine and a number of other species of tree. There is a nature trail through the park and a picnic area.
Mermaids Cove
A beautiful costal walk along the wild Atlantic way with views of the Donegal mountains and Innismurray island, enjoy the fresh air and beauty. Also a very popular spot for surfers, who travel from all over the world to surf here.
Lislary
A beautiful costal walk along the wild Atlantic way with views of the Donegal mountains and Innismurray island, enjoy the fresh air and beauty. Also a very popular spot for surfers, who travel from all over the world to surf here.
This enormous cairn atop Knocknarea is 55 meters in diameter by 10 meters high. Folklore says it was built for the mythical Iron Age Queen Maeve, whose father, the high king of Ireland, gave her Connacht as a gift. Archaeologists believe it may really date back to 3000 BC, but who is to say that Queen Maeve was not tucked into an existing monument? It is considered bad luck to remove a stone from the cairn, and good luck to take one up the hill with you to deposit on it.
Queen Maeve's Grave
This enormous cairn atop Knocknarea is 55 meters in diameter by 10 meters high. Folklore says it was built for the mythical Iron Age Queen Maeve, whose father, the high king of Ireland, gave her Connacht as a gift. Archaeologists believe it may really date back to 3000 BC, but who is to say that Queen Maeve was not tucked into an existing monument? It is considered bad luck to remove a stone from the cairn, and good luck to take one up the hill with you to deposit on it.
Lough Gill is an 8km long limestone lake, lying just east of Sligo Town. It features underwater cliffs and due to its natural eutrophic state, it is listed as a protected site under the EU Habitats Directive. The lake also supports a number of protected species of lamprey, as well as Atlantic Salmon and otter. The lakeshores of Lough Gill comprise of an Old Oak Woodland known as Slish Woods. The area is dominated by oak, rowan and willow, but are also home to a number of other species such as yew, strawberry tree, and the rare Bird Cherry and Rock Whitebeam. A large fauna population is also present in the woodland, and particularly noteworthy is the established community of pine martens
Lough Gill
Lough Gill is an 8km long limestone lake, lying just east of Sligo Town. It features underwater cliffs and due to its natural eutrophic state, it is listed as a protected site under the EU Habitats Directive. The lake also supports a number of protected species of lamprey, as well as Atlantic Salmon and otter. The lakeshores of Lough Gill comprise of an Old Oak Woodland known as Slish Woods. The area is dominated by oak, rowan and willow, but are also home to a number of other species such as yew, strawberry tree, and the rare Bird Cherry and Rock Whitebeam. A large fauna population is also present in the woodland, and particularly noteworthy is the established community of pine martens
Tobernalt Holy Well is a place of reflection and nurturing serenity. It predates the advent of Christianity to Ireland in the fifth century. Its importance as a meeting place and a sustainer of life predates our Celtic ancestors.
Tobernalt Holy Well
Tobernalt Holy Well is a place of reflection and nurturing serenity. It predates the advent of Christianity to Ireland in the fifth century. Its importance as a meeting place and a sustainer of life predates our Celtic ancestors.
Shopping
Johnston Court is a major retail and leisure development situated in the heart of Sligo town. A state of the art shopping mall, comprising of 110,000sqft of retail space across 2 floors which is ideally located on Sligo’s busiest shopping thoroughfare O’Connell Street. Shops Include: 3 store, Claire's Accessories, E-mobile, Elverys Sport, Euro Giant, H Samuel, Holland & Barrett, Jack & Jones, Lbee's Shoes, Mullaney Brothers, Pamela Scott, Peter Mark, Ruby Lane, Shoe Rack, Tom Tailor, Vila, Vodafone. Cafes: Cafe Souperb, Costa Coffee, Hargadon's Wine & Food
Eirhub Sligo
7 O'Connell St
Johnston Court is a major retail and leisure development situated in the heart of Sligo town. A state of the art shopping mall, comprising of 110,000sqft of retail space across 2 floors which is ideally located on Sligo’s busiest shopping thoroughfare O’Connell Street. Shops Include: 3 store, Claire's Accessories, E-mobile, Elverys Sport, Euro Giant, H Samuel, Holland & Barrett, Jack & Jones, Lbee's Shoes, Mullaney Brothers, Pamela Scott, Peter Mark, Ruby Lane, Shoe Rack, Tom Tailor, Vila, Vodafone. Cafes: Cafe Souperb, Costa Coffee, Hargadon's Wine & Food
Quayside Shopping Centre is located in the heart of Sligo and is home to more than 35 top name stores. Stores include River Island, Oasis, Next, TK Maxx, Lifestyle Sports and many more!
Quayside Shopping Centre
Quayside Shopping Centre is located in the heart of Sligo and is home to more than 35 top name stores. Stores include River Island, Oasis, Next, TK Maxx, Lifestyle Sports and many more!
Essentials
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SuperValu Grange Sligo - Mullaney's
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CIRCLE K Service Station
Grange Pharmacy