Deerpark Court Tomb, in County Sligo, is a large and imposing monument considered by many to be the finest example of a central court tomb in Ireland. It sits on top of a limestone ridge overlooking Lough Gill and is surrounded by a panorama of mountain scenery. A forest plantation has, however, obscured the views …

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Along with our professional coach drivers and Fáilte Ireland Registered tour guides, we aim to provide our clients with a complete personal service throughout your tour. Our small personal group tours are for people who want to experience the real Ireland and have a true sense of adventure. We look forward to seeing you on …

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Knocknarea is a large hill west of Sligo town in County Sligo, Ireland. The 327-metre high limestone hill is visually striking, as it is monolithic in appearance and stands in a prominent position on the Cúil Irra peninsula between the bays of Sligo and Ballysadare. Knocknarea dominates the skyline of west Sligo and is well …

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This trail winds its way on path through mainly coniferous forest leading to the viewing point of Dooney Rock. There are spectacular views over Lough Gill, Cottage and Church Islands and the area is rich in flora and fauna. The latter part of the trail includes a steep climb which it is possible to avoid. …

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It is nothing much to look at in this day and age, but in its heyday, it was The place to go, and to be seen on a sunny Sunday afternoon. To get there, drive out the road towards Strandhill, pass straight through two sets of traffic lights and turn right towards Aylesbury Park. Turn …

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Ireland’s highest waterfall. Glencar Waterfall, also known as “The Devil’s Chimney”, is situated near Glencar Lake, 11 kilometres west of Manorhamilton in County Leitrim and 13 km from Sligo Town. It is particularly impressive after rain and can be viewed from a lovely wooded walk. There are more waterfalls visible from the road, although none …

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“Adventure is worthwhile” Aesop, (probably), no-one’s quite sure who uttered these words 1st, but it’s been credited to Aesop around 2500 years ago, but it’s as true today as it was then. Life’s a great adventure and we should all try to live each day like one. We’re a company delivering quality outdoor adventure opportunities …

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Sligo Tourist Development Association Ltd. invites you to join a FREE guided walking tour of Sligo. This walking tour runs Monday to Saturday starting at the Tourist Information Office in O’Connell Street and commences at 11:00 am. These tours will commence in June and run until the end of September. Join when you wish and …

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Sligo Walking Tours run by Melcoo Tours offer social history and literary walking tours in Sligo, Ireland. Running two tours; Sligo Dark Tales tour and the Sligo Secret Scripture tour. We can also offer bespoke tailored tours depending on your interests.   The tour starts on Sligo’s riverfront at the Riverside Hotel – this area …

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