Ballindoon Abbey

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.

Carraig Climbing

Specialise in outdoor rock climbing, abseiling, hillwalking and training courses in Sligo.

Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery

Visit the Megalithic site of Carrowmore, some 700 years older than Newgrange, set in this stunning part of County Sligo, overlooking the Wild Atlantic Way and Ben Bulben.

  • Location: carrowmore, co. sligo, f91 e638, ireland
  • Phone: 071 9161534

Castle Dargan

Castle Dargan Golf Resort is the only championship parkland course and golf resort in the North West of Ireland. The resort includes a Darren Clarke-designed golf course, practice academy, resident PGA pro and icon spa wellness centre, offering visiting golfers the perfect base for their golfing holiday.

County Sligo Golf Club

County Sligo Golf Club is located at Rosses Point, the course boasts one of the most scenic locations in Ireland perched on cliffs that tower over three expansive beaches overlooking the Atlantic. The panoramic mountain and ocean views are spectacular.

Donegal Equestrian Centre

Situated one mile from the centre of Bundoran in the beautiful North West coast of Ireland is the perfect choice for all your horse riding. The centre offers instructions in riding, pony camps and beach and trail rides for all levels.

Harbour SUP and Sail

Harbour SUP and Sail is dedicated to SUP (stand up paddle boarding). Having two bases at Enniscrone Pier, County Sligo, and The Quay Ballina, County Mayo. Both locations offer a full range of boards and paddles to suit all abilities.

Iron Donkey Bicycle Touring

Iron Donkey Bicycle Touring is a superb wayto see the countryside. A cycling vacation in the Emerald Isle is a trip that everyone who enjoys travel by bicycle should experience at least once.

Island View Riding Stables

A family run farm in Grange, County Sligo. 40 horses and ponies makes it fun for all ages.

Mullaghmore Beach

Mullaghmore is located between Cliffoney and Grange in County Sligo. The beach is approximately 3km of white sandy beach and is a very popular surfing spot.

  • Location: mullaghmore, county sligo
  • Phone: 071 9161201

Nolans Castle

Enniscrone Castle is located in Enniscrone, County Sligo and is an example of an early 17th Century, semi fortified house. The western towers survive intact, but two other towers have been have been destroyed since the last century.

North West Coasteering

North West Coasteering specializes in Coasteering Aventures off Mullaghmore Head. Exploring the rocks, adventure swimming and doing cliff jumps. We have routes for all levels.

Northwest Adventure Tours

Northwest Adventure Tours specialise in on and off road guided cycling tours, which allows you to explore the natural and untouched treasures of Ireland’s north west. Northwest Adventure Tours take you to places where you haven't been before.

Sligo Abbey

This Sligo Town landmark was founded in 1252/3 and contains a great wealth of carvings including Gothic and Renaissance tomb sculptures and the only sculptured 15th Century high altar to survive in any Irish monastic church.

  • Location: abbey st, abbeyquarter north, sligo town
  • Phone: 071 9146406

Sligo Dark Tales Tour

Sligo Walking Tours offer macabre guided walking tours through the narrow streets of Sligo visiting the locations where many grim events happened to explore Sligo's dark past.

Sligo Food Trail

The Sligo Food Trail is a network of 70 plus food related businesses from county Sligo, who have joined together to showcase and develop new food experiences, showcasing the finest, freshest, food on the Wild Atlantic Way. Sligo Food Trail treats your palate to an abundance of culinary treasures. You can map your own route to choose the cuisine that you love best

Sligo Surf Experience

Surf on Sligo's epic coastline with Sligo Surf Experience in Strandhill, lead by a legendary local surfer. Get out into the water with a group or one on one lesson for beginners and novices.

Strandhill Golf Club

Situated 8km (5 miles) west of Sligo city and nestled under the famous Knocknarea mountain, this 5,675m of undulating fairways and unforgiving short cuts make it a course to remember.

Strandhill Surf School

Strandhill Surf School offers surf lessons for children and adults, as well as stand up paddleboarding. It has an ideal beachfront premises right by the surf. Distance from Sligo is 8 kilometres.

The Great Northern Hotel

Established in 1894 making it one of the oldes golf courses in Irland. It is a clifftop links on rugged headland overlooking Donegal Bay and the Wild Atlantic Way.

  • Phone: 071 9841302

The Ross of Innisfree

The Ross of Innisfree boat tour operates one of the most beautiful lakes in Ireland, Lough Gill. This majestic, all-weather craft departs from historic Parkes Castle on the shores of Lough Gill and takes in the famous Isle of Innisfree.

VOYA Seaweed Baths

Discover the centuries old practise of revitalising seaweed baths at this unique property.

West Coast Kayaking

West Coast Kayaking is the one of the leading providers of kayaking in the North West and runs Sea, River and Lake Kayaking Tours and courses from Sligo Town, Rosses Point and Mullaghmore.

Yeats County Tours

Yeats County Tours is a local tour service located in Sligo. The mission of Yeats County Tours is for every customer to have a 1st Class experience while partaking a tour of Sligo and its surrounds.

Yeats Society

The Yeats Society operates at the Yeats Memorial Building in Sligo Town. It includes the Yeats Photographic Exhibition, the Yeats Art Gallery and a café. The building also serves as the administrative centre of the society.