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While staying in Sligo for a long weekend we were in one of the oldest family stores in the city, can’t remember the name, sorry, but it’s on O’Connell Street and sells country wear and other fashions. We had the pleasure of meeting the only...More
Walking along Strandhill beach in September is a wild experence, one minute the Sun is shining and heating your bones, the next a wind has wipped up, Clouds you hadn't see prevoiusly appear in the Sky and the heaven's open up and drown you.
We always love to visit Strandhill when we go to Sligo a few times per year. Lovely walks , very scenic, caters for all age groups. Always something happening in the village. Gets very busy at weekends & peak holiday season. Not a safe beach...More
Played on Fri 14th and sun 16th Sept with 14 lads from London,and it was a bit wet on the Fri but stunning on the Sunday as was the golf course.excelent condition,beautiful scenery and as always well looked after by Gerry Fox and club captain...More
Strandhill beach is one of those places most people would love to see for the wild scenery. It's a sweeping arc of a beach, much of it rocky, with wave after wave rolling into the shore. Surfers from around the world come here to surf,...More
The roar of the Atlantic waves crashing in, the surfers wowing everyone with their bravado, a beautiful,walk, the sun, the salt air, i loved it! It’s spectacular and beautiful. Why have I never been before?!!
Response from maryfort c | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the beach near Strandhill is great (wonderful ice cream shop), but I think that Ross's Point is uncrowded, impressive, and safe. Also, check out some of the parks in Sligo, plus the downtown river walk is great.