A stop on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way snuggled into the Sligo Coastline lies the seaside town of Enniscrone, the perfect choice for your getaway; whether it’s a family holiday, a weekend away with your other half or friends or to simply escape the hustle & bustle. The breath taking landscape and coastal scenery of Enniscrone will captivate and remain in your heart long after you have returned to the everyday world. Steeped in culture, Enniscrone offers visitors an authentic Irish holiday experience.
Explore our renowned 5km beach; discover some of Enniscrones hidden gems; learn about the history; enjoy a horseback ride on the beach, relax after an eventful day by having a famous seaweed bath, the possibilities are endless.
Enniscrone also boasts Surf Schools, an 18 hole championship golf links course offering World Class Golf facilities , Waterpoint Aqua Park with Slides, Splash areas, Pool Inflatable, Climbing Wall and Soft Play Area , Beachside Playground and crazy golf, excellent Pitch n Putt course & much more.
Situated near the county border with Mayo, just 10 km from Ballina and 56km from Sligo, the town’s location makes it the perfect base for exploring the beautiful landscapes counties Sligo and Mayo have to offer.
Catering to each individual’s needs, with much to offer, it is clear to see why Enniscrone is one of the top holiday’s destinations for family holidays and weekend getaways in Ireland.
If it is a relaxing break, a fun family holiday or a weekend of craic, Discover Enniscrone is sure to help you create that perfect Enniscrone Holiday.
Enniscrone is famous for its long golden sandy beach, seaweed baths, golf, and more recently its perfect conditions for leaning to surf makes Enniscrone one of Sligo’s most popular seaside towns. The beach is patrolled by lifeguards in the summer season. The beach is also accessible for wheelchair users by using the beach wheelchair on offer. Stand up paddle boarding activity located at the Pier in Enniscrone is a fun way to spend an couple of hours on the water and enjoy the views back over the beach. The Pier in the summer is a hive of activity and is a great place to relax, catch a mackerel or two or enjoy the Cliff walk along the shoreline.
Visitors to the town have a great selection of accommodation to choose from when they stay in Enniscrone. From holiday home’s to hotels and camp site to bed and breakfasts.
Enniscrone Beach offers the walker a safe and pleasant location to stretch those legs. Walk the full stretch of the 5km beach, until you reach the mouth of the river Moy, from here you will be able to see Bartragh Island and its seal colony’s that live there
Enniscrone Beach has another hidden treasure called The Valley of Diamonds. As you walk the beach you will see large sand dunes on your left, the valley of diamonds it is the largest of dunes which sparkles magnificently in the Atlantic Light.
Enniscrone has been long known country wide for its magnificent sunsets; this vista needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.