Sligo attracts water lovers from all over Ireland each year, it’s known for its amazing surf, rugged Atlantic coastline and amazing seaweed baths to unwind in after a long day exploring. Sligo has 4 main beaches and there is definitely something to suit everyone in this charming county;
Enniscrone is a small seaside town in Sligo with a beautifully sandy beach coupled with a golf course. It attracts a large number of visitors each year with the beach stretching for over 5 kilometres surrounding with dunes and offering beautiful views in all directions. This beach is perfect for families.
Strandhill attracts local, national and international surfers each year with great waves provided by the Atlantic. Whether you’re a seasoned surfer, or just a beginner, the locals in Strandhill will offer some great advice on where to go. Aside from surfing, you can also go SUP boarding and kayaking.
Mulllaghmore is a popular holiday destination with beautiful ocean views and a skyline which is dominated by the magnificent Ben Bulben Mountain. The beach is really popular for surfing, sailing or lobster fishing.
Rosses Point is a lovely little village in Sligo and is home to Sligo’s Yacht Club. This beach offers a venue for races and competitive surfing. The bay is ideal for windsurfing and the beach is patrolled by lifeguards in high season.
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