Dating in sligo
These are my ten choices in no particular order and I can only recommend the things I’ve actually done so if your favourite activity is missing it’s because I probably haven’t done it. You will get to see all kinds of animals including an albino hedgehog, a pick-pocket racoon, ferrets, donkeys, horses and of course the birds of prey.
The list isn’t exclusive to tourists either, it’s amazing how many Sligo people have never explored their county, maybe this will inspire some of you. The birds fly right over your head and in some cases will even land on you!
I’m sure I’ve missed someone out but these are my pick.
I went on a Heritage on Horseback trek with Seatrails and had a wonderful time.
Take a drive or a cycle around the Gleniff Horseshoe and Ballintrillick.
You will find out about the Yeats, Spike Milligan and Dracula connections with Sligo and a whole lot more. In my opinion Carrowkeel is one of the most underated places in Sligo, everyone talks about the Carrowmore megalithic cemetery but I think Carrowkeel is a very special place.
This is my blog post about one of the tours I went on. It’s slightly off the beaten track and there is no visitor centre so you are left to your own devices.