South Sligo Tourism launch ‘Secrets’ brochure

“Hidden Gems to Treasured Destinations” Historic Temple House was the majestic backdrop to the launch of the very first South Sligo Tourism brochure. Entitled ‘Secrets’, it has the theme ‘hidden gems to treasured destinations. This is a genuine community initiative, planned and produced by a dedicated committee of volunteers and local tourism businesses. The aim... Continue Reading →

The Caves of Kesh

  I can't believe it was only last year that I finally walked up to The Caves of Kesh/Keash. It really is a very special place and one that isn't as popular as some of the other Sligo walks. I really don't know why though because out of all the walks I've done this would... Continue Reading →

A warm welcome in Cloonacool

Well what can I say? I'm just back from a really relaxing break at the Moy River Bed and Breakfast in Cloonacool, Co. Sligo. Cloonacool in Irish means 'the meadow at the back.' Regular readers will know I have a huge interest in tourism so I jumped at the chance when Pat from Moy River contacted... Continue Reading →

A Trip around Tubbercurry

Last weekend I went for a little explore and ended up in Tubbercurry. First stop was the old railway line, it's now fenced off so I couldn't get to walk along it but I managed to get this pic above through the fence. It would be great to see it open again and the Sligo... Continue Reading →

Wild Wet Adventures

Yesterday I headed to Tubbercurry as part of my Wild Atlantic Wayfarer project. It was time to take to the water on Lough Talt with Wild Wet Adventures. I have renamed June - Junuary as the weather was much more like January than June. We had a gale blowing and I think at one stage... Continue Reading →

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