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See the Unseen

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Embark on an enchanting journey to Sligo, where the whispers of ancient lore blend with the allure of untamed landscapes. Your adventure begins with the Horseshoe Loop Walk, a serene 10km circuit that reveals the majestic Dartry Mountains and the untamed beauty of Drumcliff Bay. As you traverse this path, feel the echoes of poets and warriors of yore resonate with each step. Surrender to the seduction of the Sligo Oyster Tour, where the ocean’s bounty is served fresh, capturing the very soul of the sea. For those who seek adrenaline, the waves of Strandhill beckon, offering surfers a dance with the Wild Atlantic Way. As dusk falls, make a pilgrimage to Drumcliffe, the final resting place of the legendary W. B. Yeats, nestled in the tranquil shadow of Ben Bulben. Sligo, a realm where the unseen is unveiled, calls to your wandering spirit.

Explore Sligo

While in Sligo, don’t miss the opportunity to explore the Gleniff Horseshoe Loop. This 10 km trail is a marvel, providing stunning views of Donegal Bay and the surrounding Ulster County. Be sure to admire Diarmuid and Grainne’s cave along the way but refrain from attempting to climb it for safety reasons.

Indulge in farm-fresh oysters at WB Coffee House. These delectable treats are a must-try, even for non-oyster enthusiasts! Join owner Aisling Kelly on a unique 2-hour Food Tour, where you’ll explore a working Oyster Farm in Strandhill while soaking in breath-taking views.

Strandhill, a premier surfing destination in Ireland, boasts renowned surf schools like Strandhill Surf School & Sligo Surf Experience. Embrace the thrill of riding the waves along the scenic Wild Atlantic Way! Whether you’re a seasoned surfer or a beginner, there are plenty of surf schools in Sligo eager to help you master the art of surfing.

Nestled just 9 minutes from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Drumcliffe is a picturesque village in Sligo that captivates visitors with its breathtaking scenery. From the iconic Benbulben Mountains to its ancient monastic settlement dating back to 574AD, Drumcliffe boasts a rich history and natural beauty. Explore the remnants of Sligo’s sole round tower and admire the intricate scenes depicted on the high cross, showcasing both the Old and New Testaments. Don’t miss Drumcliffe Churchyard, the renowned final resting place of Nobel Prize-winning Poet WB Yeats, adding to the village’s allure.

Experience the excitement of Eagles Flying, where over 100 stunning birds, such as falcons, hawks, vultures, and eagles with wingspans reaching 3 metres, soar above and glide directly over you. Feel the thrill as these majestic birds could possibly land on your arm!