SEABARN

Sligo Sea Barn is a luxurious, beachfront, self catering, group accommodation perfectly situated along the world-renowned Wild Atlantic Way.

Raghly Coastal Walk

Length: 2.7km | Ascent: 10m | Time: 40mins

This walk has been developed with the kind assistance of local landowners and organisations. It is understood that if persons enter private land they do so by permission and with the consent of the landowners and no matter how often they enter, or in what numbers, they do not do so as of any right.

Raghly Harbour

Length: 2.3km | Ascent: 20m | Time: 30mins

This walk has been developed with the kind assistance of local landowners and organisations. It is understood that if persons enter private land they do so by permission and with the consent of the landowners and no matter how often they enter, or in what numbers, they do not do so as of any right.

Golden Strand (Tra Bui)

It’s a lovely stretch of sand, open but with some shelter in the small dunes. The water here is fresh and used by Sligo’s many surfers. The beach has rocks at one end and the attractive Knocklane hill at the other.

Lissadell Beach

Lissadell beach is located 1.5km from the village of Raghley. The beach itself exists of fine sand with a few rocks. There is also a little river which runs along the beach and makes a fantastic playground for kids.

Right beside the beach are the fantastic grounds of Lissadell house, a neo-classical greek revivalist style country house built between 1830 and 1835.

Streedagh beach

Streedagh Strand is an impressive 3km long sandy beach located on the north western shore of a sandbar linking Streedagh Point to an area known as Connor’s Island. This is an exposed beach with reef breaks which create ideal surfing conditions all year round.

Lislary

Clois Beach

Yeats Grave

The village of Drumcliffe, County Sligo is famous for being the final resting place of W.B.Yeats, whose grave is in the churchyard under a simple headstone. The village is also home to the site of a 6th Century monastery.

Glencar Waterfall

The waterfall reaches 50ft high and is situated at Glencar Lough. It creates a truly magical atmosphere. A short, picturesque wooded walk offers varied viewing platforms to enjoy the waterfall. There are more waterfalls visible from the road to Glencar, although none are quite as romantic as this one

Mullaghmore

Mullaghmore Head is a renowned surfing spot and is described as Ireland's ultimate big wave destination. Swim in the shimmering blue water or try a spot of windsurfing.

Explore the walking route along the coastline of Mullaghmore Head and after, stop by the small fishing village of Mullaghmore. Savour some fresh seafood and enjoy a warm welcome from the locals. Look out for majestic Classiebawn Castle in the distance and admire the picturesque stone harbour.

Benbulben Forrest Walk

Picnic area| Length: 5.5km | Ascent: 60m | Time: 1.5Hours

Undoubtedly Ireland’s most distinctive mountain, Benbulben is sometimes referred to as Ireland’s own Table Mountain. The most distinctive peak among the Dartry range, it was formed during the ice age by massive glaciers segmenting the landscape.