Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

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Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Regular readers of the blog probably already know that Sligo holds a special place in our hearts. Dave grew up there and it truly is one of the most beautiful places in Ireland. In this post we follow the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route and give you tips on the best things to see and do along the way.

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km coastal route along the west coast of Ireland. It is broken up into 6 regions including the Northern Headlands, The Bay Coast, The Cliff Coast, The Haven Coast, Southern Penisulas and The Surf Coast. In this piece we will be following a small section of the Surf Coast, and looking at the Sligo Wild Atlantic way route. For more information and some route ideas have a look at our post on how to see the .

So you might be wondering why visit Sligo? Sligo really is one of the hidden gems of Ireland. Located in the northwest of Ireland, Sligo has it all. From picturesque beaches moulded by the North Atlantic Ocean, to scenic mountain walks and forest trails, you’ll be spoilt for choice. And of course, after all that exploring, you can recharge and experience the charm of traditional Irish pubs while listening to traditional Irish music.

There are so many things to do in Sligo, and you really will love visiting this incredible county. The Wild Atlantic Way stops really are just the beginning. Ideally to get the most out of your Sligo trip you will need a car, that being said there are a few organised tours you can do as well. Having a car gives you the option to explore Sligo properly, from the key stops along the Wild Atlantic Way, to exploring some of the hidden gems the county has to offer.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Sligo Wild Atlantic Way Route- key stops

There are a number of places to stop in Sligo and we will go into a bit more detail on those places shortly, but first here are some key points along the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route.

Strandhill Beach is one of the key stops along Sligo’s Wild Atlantic Way route

Renowned for its surf school, Strandhill is a must see on any visit to Sligo. As you park your car and get out, the sea breeze instantly hits your face. You can hear the waves crashing as you peer below at the Atlantic Ocean. It really is beautiful. Swimming is not advised as the waves can be pretty rough, but it is an excellent place for surfing. In fact for many, it is one of the best places to surf in Ireland.

Strandhill has a very relaxed vibe. There are a number of cafes and bars if you are feeling peckish. If you do want food, we highly recommend . And this might be a bold claim but this is where I ate the best burger of my life. The food is delicious and their motto is they make good food not fast food.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Dave ordered a sandwich which was bigger than my burger. And it was amazing. The bread was fresh and homemade and despite being full towards the end he soldiered on and finished his plate because it tasted so good. You cannot reserve tables and often there is a bit of a wait to be seated, but I promise you it is worth it.

Some of the best food along the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Some of the best food along the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

To walk off your lunch, head down to the beach at low tide and admire the incredible views of Benbulbin and Knocknarea. There is also a coastal path that takes you walking through the sand dunes and all the way out to Sligo Airport. There are a lot of B & B’s around here so if you are looking for a beautiful serene place to spend the night, Strandhill might just be for you.

Exploring the sand dunes at Strandhill Beach

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

One of the most beautiful places to see in Sligo

Aughris Head is a real hidden gem in County Sligo. On a sunny day the water turns a bright blue and children can be seen jumping in and splashing about. It is picturesque and is actually really quiet. In fact after visiting I couldn’t understand why tour buses weren’t coming here in the droves? Although I think that is also a part of what makes it so special.

Some of the beautiful things to see in Sligo

There is a coastal path you can take which looks down at the dramatic rocky landscape shaped by the Atlantic Ocean. At parts of the cliff walk you can see fishermen casting their rods into the water. It really is the Ireland that you read about in guide books.

Sligo’s Wild Atlanic Way Coastal route

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

If you are looking for food, head to. Here you can find traditional Irish food, fresh seafood, and a nice pint of Guinness. It is a family run business with a welcoming atmosphere that is felt as soon as you walk through the door.

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to take a coastal walk like this one at Rosses Point

If you are wanting to take a dip in the water than Rosses Point is the best place to go. The beach has lifeguards on duty during the summer months. It does get busy on nice days where you will find families building sandcastles and eating ice cream.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

Once of the most picturesque walks has to be the Rosses Point Coastal Walk. Here you will find lighthouses, and views that inspired poet W.B Yeats to write some of his best poems. His uncle had a house here and regrettably, it sit in ruins at the moment but back in the day this is where Yeats would spend time in his childhood. It is easy to see how this place inspired his poetry.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

You will also find a disused Pilots house which looks out to sea. Stand inside and you can look out the two round circle windows and capture an incredible shot of the water.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

If you are looking for a bite to eat we recommend . On a nice day you can sit outside and admire views of the water across the way. We actually only came in for dessert and were spoilt for choice.

Mullagmore is a small fishing village set around a walled harbour. It is picturesque and there are a few restaurants and pubs serving fresh seafood.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Some of the restaurants at Mullaghmore

If you venture out a bit further you can walk along the cliffs which provide an excellent view of the waves crashing against the rocks. Like everywhere in Sligo it is scenic and not inundated with tourists. Having the whole place to yourself makes it feel that much more special.

Exploring the Wild Atlantic Way is one of the best things to do in Sligo

As you depart, see if you can catch a glimpse of Classiebawn Castle. The castle was frequented by Lord Mountbatten, a British Royal Navy officer and statesmen. His relations include members of the current royal family. In 1979 he was killed in his fishing boat by a bomb planted by the IRA.

Despite its gory history, the castle is beautiful especially when viewed with Benbulbin in the background.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

If you are in the area there are some other prominent sights you should definitely visit.

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to visit the Gleniff Horsehoe

If you are visiting Mullagmore, take a small detour to the Gleniff Horseshoe. It is a six-mile loop of narrow winding road surrounded by spectacular mountain views. It is another hidden secret in Sligo and when we visited, we passed very few cars. Looking up at the mountain really reminds you how insignificant and small you are. It is honestly one of the most beautiful places we have ever been and really is worth the drive.

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to visit the Gleniff Horsehoe

Ok so technically this one is in County Leitrim but we couldn’t leave it out. It is a restored castle from the plantation era of the early 17th century.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Parkes Castle in County Leitrum

Situated on the shores of Lough Gill it is picturesque and peaceful. There is also a cruise you can do that leaves right next to the Castle and takes you out onto Lough Gill, called the Rose of Innisfree.

Ok so this is another sight not in Sligo but Leitrim. The 50ft waterfall is located at Glencar Lough and was the subject of W.B Yeats poem “The Stolen Child”. Visiting is free and there is quite a bit of parking around too. There is also a cafe and tourist information point if you wish to visit.

Literary fans should make a visit to W.B Yeats’ Grave. Yeats’ remains are buried in Drumcliff Cemetery under the watchful eye of the Benbulbin Mountains. He died in France in 1939 and had asked to be buried in a temporary grave before being repatriated back to Sligo. The repatriation however did not take place until 1948 due to the outbreak of World War 2. Some claim his remains were mixed up with someone else’s on his return to Ireland. Either way though the grave is a symbolic show of his love of the place that inspired him so.

Things to do in Sligo- visit W.B. Yeats’ Grave

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Located near Lough Gill this peaceful and spiritual spot is truly a place for reflection. During the 18th century Catholics were banned from celebrating Mass by the British who controlled Ireland at this time. Therefore they resorted to holding Masses in hidden areas like the Holy Well.

Things to see in Sligo- Tobernalt Holy Well

One of the most beautiful wooded walks in Sligo has to be at Slish Wood. You can walk along the path following Lough Gill and take in the unspoilt natural beauty. There is a walk you can do which takes about an hour and is suitable for people of all ages. You get a fantastic view of Lough Gill and there are plenty of places to stop, sit down, and just take it all in.

Hopefully this guide has been helpful in planning your Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route. Sligo certainly has a lot of natural beauty and the best part is there are times when you will have it all to yourself. So why Sligo? Well it’s full of hidden gems waiting to be explored. And it just might be one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever see.

For more driving ideas around Ireland have a look at some of these posts.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

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Lizzie is one half of Wanderlust and Life. Usually the voice behind the blog posts she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication . She has lived in Australia, Canada & England, and is pretty travel obsessed. She is also a crazy cat lady in the making.

That looks absolutely stunning! I’ve never been to Ireland but I sure as hell want to go now! Any other breath taking spots?

Ok good so glad we have inspired you!!! If you ever go we definitely recommend the Ring of Kerry, which is another beautiful drive. The North is also beautiful around the Causeway Coast.

There are so many things to do in Sligo! I love how you can go from coast to waterfall so quickly. All your food recommendations look awesome too. Saving this for later!

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

It really is one of those amazing places. Thanks for reading!

What a beautiful place! I am saving your post for when I visit Ireland. Thanks for the inspiration.

Oh good! I really hope it comes in handy!!!

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Hello! We are Lizzie and Dave, a part Australian, part Irish couple who just love to travel. We met on a working holiday in Canada, and moved to the UK not long after. Our blog documents our wanderlust as well as the life in between. Come follow us.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

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Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Regular readers of the blog probably already know that Sligo holds a special place in our hearts. Dave grew up there and it truly is one of the most beautiful places in Ireland. In this post we follow the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route and give you tips on the best things to see and do along the way.

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km coastal route along the west coast of Ireland. It is broken up into 6 regions including the Northern Headlands, The Bay Coast, The Cliff Coast, The Haven Coast, Southern Penisulas and The Surf Coast. In this piece we will be following a small section of the Surf Coast, and looking at the Sligo Wild Atlantic way route. For more information and some route ideas have a look at our post on how to see the .

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

So you might be wondering why visit Sligo? Sligo really is one of the hidden gems of Ireland. Located in the northwest of Ireland, Sligo has it all. From picturesque beaches moulded by the North Atlantic Ocean, to scenic mountain walks and forest trails, you’ll be spoilt for choice. And of course, after all that exploring, you can recharge and experience the charm of traditional Irish pubs while listening to traditional Irish music.

There are so many things to do in Sligo, and you really will love visiting this incredible county. The Wild Atlantic Way stops really are just the beginning. Ideally to get the most out of your Sligo trip you will need a car, that being said there are a few organised tours you can do as well. Having a car gives you the option to explore Sligo properly, from the key stops along the Wild Atlantic Way, to exploring some of the hidden gems the county has to offer.

Sligo Wild Atlantic Way Route- key stops

There are a number of places to stop in Sligo and we will go into a bit more detail on those places shortly, but first here are some key points along the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route.

Strandhill Beach is one of the key stops along Sligo’s Wild Atlantic Way route

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Renowned for its surf school, Strandhill is a must see on any visit to Sligo. As you park your car and get out, the sea breeze instantly hits your face. You can hear the waves crashing as you peer below at the Atlantic Ocean. It really is beautiful. Swimming is not advised as the waves can be pretty rough, but it is an excellent place for surfing. In fact for many, it is one of the best places to surf in Ireland.

Strandhill has a very relaxed vibe. There are a number of cafes and bars if you are feeling peckish. If you do want food, we highly recommend . And this might be a bold claim but this is where I ate the best burger of my life. The food is delicious and their motto is they make good food not fast food.

Dave ordered a sandwich which was bigger than my burger. And it was amazing. The bread was fresh and homemade and despite being full towards the end he soldiered on and finished his plate because it tasted so good. You cannot reserve tables and often there is a bit of a wait to be seated, but I promise you it is worth it.

Some of the best food along the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Some of the best food along the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

To walk off your lunch, head down to the beach at low tide and admire the incredible views of Benbulbin and Knocknarea. There is also a coastal path that takes you walking through the sand dunes and all the way out to Sligo Airport. There are a lot of B & B’s around here so if you are looking for a beautiful serene place to spend the night, Strandhill might just be for you.

Exploring the sand dunes at Strandhill Beach

One of the most beautiful places to see in Sligo

Aughris Head is a real hidden gem in County Sligo. On a sunny day the water turns a bright blue and children can be seen jumping in and splashing about. It is picturesque and is actually really quiet. In fact after visiting I couldn’t understand why tour buses weren’t coming here in the droves? Although I think that is also a part of what makes it so special.

Some of the beautiful things to see in Sligo

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

There is a coastal path you can take which looks down at the dramatic rocky landscape shaped by the Atlantic Ocean. At parts of the cliff walk you can see fishermen casting their rods into the water. It really is the Ireland that you read about in guide books.

Sligo’s Wild Atlanic Way Coastal route

If you are looking for food, head to. Here you can find traditional Irish food, fresh seafood, and a nice pint of Guinness. It is a family run business with a welcoming atmosphere that is felt as soon as you walk through the door.

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to take a coastal walk like this one at Rosses Point

If you are wanting to take a dip in the water than Rosses Point is the best place to go. The beach has lifeguards on duty during the summer months. It does get busy on nice days where you will find families building sandcastles and eating ice cream.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

Once of the most picturesque walks has to be the Rosses Point Coastal Walk. Here you will find lighthouses, and views that inspired poet W.B Yeats to write some of his best poems. His uncle had a house here and regrettably, it sit in ruins at the moment but back in the day this is where Yeats would spend time in his childhood. It is easy to see how this place inspired his poetry.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

You will also find a disused Pilots house which looks out to sea. Stand inside and you can look out the two round circle windows and capture an incredible shot of the water.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

If you are looking for a bite to eat we recommend . On a nice day you can sit outside and admire views of the water across the way. We actually only came in for dessert and were spoilt for choice.

Mullagmore is a small fishing village set around a walled harbour. It is picturesque and there are a few restaurants and pubs serving fresh seafood.

Some of the restaurants at Mullaghmore

If you venture out a bit further you can walk along the cliffs which provide an excellent view of the waves crashing against the rocks. Like everywhere in Sligo it is scenic and not inundated with tourists. Having the whole place to yourself makes it feel that much more special.

Exploring the Wild Atlantic Way is one of the best things to do in Sligo

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

As you depart, see if you can catch a glimpse of Classiebawn Castle. The castle was frequented by Lord Mountbatten, a British Royal Navy officer and statesmen. His relations include members of the current royal family. In 1979 he was killed in his fishing boat by a bomb planted by the IRA.

Despite its gory history, the castle is beautiful especially when viewed with Benbulbin in the background.

If you are in the area there are some other prominent sights you should definitely visit.

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to visit the Gleniff Horsehoe

If you are visiting Mullagmore, take a small detour to the Gleniff Horseshoe. It is a six-mile loop of narrow winding road surrounded by spectacular mountain views. It is another hidden secret in Sligo and when we visited, we passed very few cars. Looking up at the mountain really reminds you how insignificant and small you are. It is honestly one of the most beautiful places we have ever been and really is worth the drive.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to visit the Gleniff Horsehoe

Ok so technically this one is in County Leitrim but we couldn’t leave it out. It is a restored castle from the plantation era of the early 17th century.

Parkes Castle in County Leitrum

Situated on the shores of Lough Gill it is picturesque and peaceful. There is also a cruise you can do that leaves right next to the Castle and takes you out onto Lough Gill, called the Rose of Innisfree.

Ok so this is another sight not in Sligo but Leitrim. The 50ft waterfall is located at Glencar Lough and was the subject of W.B Yeats poem “The Stolen Child”. Visiting is free and there is quite a bit of parking around too. There is also a cafe and tourist information point if you wish to visit.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Literary fans should make a visit to W.B Yeats’ Grave. Yeats’ remains are buried in Drumcliff Cemetery under the watchful eye of the Benbulbin Mountains. He died in France in 1939 and had asked to be buried in a temporary grave before being repatriated back to Sligo. The repatriation however did not take place until 1948 due to the outbreak of World War 2. Some claim his remains were mixed up with someone else’s on his return to Ireland. Either way though the grave is a symbolic show of his love of the place that inspired him so.

Things to do in Sligo- visit W.B. Yeats’ Grave

Located near Lough Gill this peaceful and spiritual spot is truly a place for reflection. During the 18th century Catholics were banned from celebrating Mass by the British who controlled Ireland at this time. Therefore they resorted to holding Masses in hidden areas like the Holy Well.

Things to see in Sligo- Tobernalt Holy Well

One of the most beautiful wooded walks in Sligo has to be at Slish Wood. You can walk along the path following Lough Gill and take in the unspoilt natural beauty. There is a walk you can do which takes about an hour and is suitable for people of all ages. You get a fantastic view of Lough Gill and there are plenty of places to stop, sit down, and just take it all in.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Hopefully this guide has been helpful in planning your Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route. Sligo certainly has a lot of natural beauty and the best part is there are times when you will have it all to yourself. So why Sligo? Well it’s full of hidden gems waiting to be explored. And it just might be one of the most beautiful places you’ll ever see.

For more driving ideas around Ireland have a look at some of these posts.

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Lizzie is one half of Wanderlust and Life. Usually the voice behind the blog posts she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication . She has lived in Australia, Canada & England, and is pretty travel obsessed. She is also a crazy cat lady in the making.

That looks absolutely stunning! I’ve never been to Ireland but I sure as hell want to go now! Any other breath taking spots?

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Ok good so glad we have inspired you!!! If you ever go we definitely recommend the Ring of Kerry, which is another beautiful drive. The North is also beautiful around the Causeway Coast.

There are so many things to do in Sligo! I love how you can go from coast to waterfall so quickly. All your food recommendations look awesome too. Saving this for later!

It really is one of those amazing places. Thanks for reading!

What a beautiful place! I am saving your post for when I visit Ireland. Thanks for the inspiration.

Oh good! I really hope it comes in handy!!!

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

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Hello! We are Lizzie and Dave, a part Australian, part Irish couple who just love to travel. We met on a working holiday in Canada, and moved to the UK not long after. Our blog documents our wanderlust as well as the life in between. Come follow us.

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Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Regular readers of the blog probably already know that Sligo holds a special place in our hearts. Dave grew up there and it truly is one of the most beautiful places in Ireland. In this post we follow the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route and give you tips on the best things to see and do along the way.

The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500 km coastal route along the west coast of Ireland. It is broken up into 6 regions including the Northern Headlands, The Bay Coast, The Cliff Coast, The Haven Coast, Southern Penisulas and The Surf Coast. In this piece we will be following a small section of the Surf Coast, and looking at the Sligo Wild Atlantic way route. For more information and some route ideas have a look at our post on how to see the .

So you might be wondering why visit Sligo? Sligo really is one of the hidden gems of Ireland. Located in the northwest of Ireland, Sligo has it all. From picturesque beaches moulded by the North Atlantic Ocean, to scenic mountain walks and forest trails, you’ll be spoilt for choice. And of course, after all that exploring, you can recharge and experience the charm of traditional Irish pubs while listening to traditional Irish music.

There are so many things to do in Sligo, and you really will love visiting this incredible county. The Wild Atlantic Way stops really are just the beginning. Ideally to get the most out of your Sligo trip you will need a car, that being said there are a few organised tours you can do as well. Having a car gives you the option to explore Sligo properly, from the key stops along the Wild Atlantic Way, to exploring some of the hidden gems the county has to offer.

Sligo Wild Atlantic Way Route- key stops

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

There are a number of places to stop in Sligo and we will go into a bit more detail on those places shortly, but first here are some key points along the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route.

Strandhill Beach is one of the key stops along Sligo’s Wild Atlantic Way route

Renowned for its surf school, Strandhill is a must see on any visit to Sligo. As you park your car and get out, the sea breeze instantly hits your face. You can hear the waves crashing as you peer below at the Atlantic Ocean. It really is beautiful. Swimming is not advised as the waves can be pretty rough, but it is an excellent place for surfing. In fact for many, it is one of the best places to surf in Ireland.

Strandhill has a very relaxed vibe. There are a number of cafes and bars if you are feeling peckish. If you do want food, we highly recommend . And this might be a bold claim but this is where I ate the best burger of my life. The food is delicious and their motto is they make good food not fast food.

Dave ordered a sandwich which was bigger than my burger. And it was amazing. The bread was fresh and homemade and despite being full towards the end he soldiered on and finished his plate because it tasted so good. You cannot reserve tables and often there is a bit of a wait to be seated, but I promise you it is worth it.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Some of the best food along the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Some of the best food along the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

To walk off your lunch, head down to the beach at low tide and admire the incredible views of Benbulbin and Knocknarea. There is also a coastal path that takes you walking through the sand dunes and all the way out to Sligo Airport. There are a lot of B & B’s around here so if you are looking for a beautiful serene place to spend the night, Strandhill might just be for you.

Exploring the sand dunes at Strandhill Beach

One of the most beautiful places to see in Sligo

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

Aughris Head is a real hidden gem in County Sligo. On a sunny day the water turns a bright blue and children can be seen jumping in and splashing about. It is picturesque and is actually really quiet. In fact after visiting I couldn’t understand why tour buses weren’t coming here in the droves? Although I think that is also a part of what makes it so special.

Some of the beautiful things to see in Sligo

There is a coastal path you can take which looks down at the dramatic rocky landscape shaped by the Atlantic Ocean. At parts of the cliff walk you can see fishermen casting their rods into the water. It really is the Ireland that you read about in guide books.

Sligo’s Wild Atlanic Way Coastal route

If you are looking for food, head to. Here you can find traditional Irish food, fresh seafood, and a nice pint of Guinness. It is a family run business with a welcoming atmosphere that is felt as soon as you walk through the door.

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

One of the best things to do in Sligo has to be to take a coastal walk like this one at Rosses Point

If you are wanting to take a dip in the water than Rosses Point is the best place to go. The beach has lifeguards on duty during the summer months. It does get busy on nice days where you will find families building sandcastles and eating ice cream.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

Once of the most picturesque walks has to be the Rosses Point Coastal Walk. Here you will find lighthouses, and views that inspired poet W.B Yeats to write some of his best poems. His uncle had a house here and regrettably, it sit in ruins at the moment but back in the day this is where Yeats would spend time in his childhood. It is easy to see how this place inspired his poetry.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

Following the Sligo Wild Atlantic Way route

You will also find a disused Pilots house which looks out to sea. Stand inside and you can look out the two round circle windows and capture an incredible shot of the water.

Exploring the Rosses Point Coastal Walk

If you are looking for a bite to eat we recommend . On a nice day you can sit outside and admire views of the water across the way. We actually only came in for dessert and were spoilt for choice.

Mullagmore is a small fishing village set around a walled harbour. It is picturesque and there are a few restaurants and pubs serving fresh seafood.

Some of the restaurants at Mullaghmore

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