Wild Atlantic Way
Sligo boasts one of the most appealing stretches of coast on the 2,500km Wild Atlantic Way which runs the full length of Ireland’s west coast. It’s in the region known as The Surf Coast and has a remarkable 110km of coastline to explore and enjoy.
Despite the name, it’s not just about surfing. The coastline is a wonderful mix of long sandy beaches, secret coves, tranquil harbours and tiny piers each offering a different option for the visitors. Families will find plenty to enjoy, in every season. Outdoorsy types will be in heaven with so many options to explore. In fact there really is something for everyone – romantic couples, groups of friends, hardy adventurers and families too.
The Passport is a fun way to keep track of your exploration of the Wild Atlantic Way. Get it stamped as you visit the Discovery Points along the way. Check out Streedagh Beach, Rosses Point Beach, Strandhill Beach, Aughris Head, Easkey Pier and Enniscrone. Beautiful Mullaghmore has been selected as one of the 15 Signature Discovery Points along the Wild Atlantic Way and this lovely fishing village and beach is really worth exploring.
Dotted all along the coastline is a wide choice of cosy pubs, charming cafes and excellent restaurants. Perfect options to refuel and recharge before heading out to continue your wild Atlantic adventure.