From its breathtakingly beautiful great outdoors to its vibrant and quirky urban centre, Sligo offers a unique experience for both locals and visitors. Come witness the waves crashing down on Wild Atlantic rocks, take in our gently lapping lakes, our hushed ancient woodlands and sublime mountain vistas. Each evening, the streets of Sligo are filled with the sound of traditional music from the towns local pubs where everyone is welcome to join in the song and dance. Take your pick from the many bars that Sligo has and enjoy cocktails and drinks by the spectacular Garavogue River running through Sligo town.
Those with an appetite will be able to enjoy the variety of award-winning cafes and restaurants that will have your taste buds on fire. Sligo’s picturesque beaches are ideal for post dinner strolls, each offering a unique experience from surfing at sunset in Strandhill, to the breath-taking promenade walk in Rosses Point. Finally, for those in search of views and vistas, Sligo has it in abundance - two mountains to climb, countless trails to explore, boats to punt in, horses to ride, cold water surfing and our renowned seaweed baths to relax in at the end of your day.