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Sligo has a large slice of history, folklore, culture, arts and has been immortalised by Nobel Prize-winning poet W.B. Yeats. Take in the breathtaking Benbulben mountain and Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetary.

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Sligo - Yeats' Country

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County Sligo maybe one of Ireland's smallest counties but boasts having the largest number of prehistoric sites with Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery having over 60 tombs. County Sligo is blessed with an impressive coastline and fantastic shopping centres in Sligo town and the surrounding areas.

Arts and Music

Sligo Ireland Ben BulbenCounty Sligo is a haven for lovers of the arts and music. The great poet William B. Yeat's burial site is just outside Sligo town, at the foot of the impressive Benbulben Mountain. This site is very popular among visitors and provides a fantastic insight into Yeats' life. County Sligo and music go hand in hand with festivals each year drawing thousands to the county. Sligo Live is the big music festival of the summer which showcases Irish folk, Roots and Indie music all in one festival. 

Natural Beauty

County Sligo is steeped in natural beauty from the mountain ranges of Benbulben and the Dartry Mountains to the impressive coastline and lakes. There is an abundance of lakes and rivers which attract anglers each year while the rugged coastline brings thousands of surfers to the seaside towns of Easkey, Strandhill and Mullaghmore. 

There is a great selection of Bed and Breakfasts in Sligo with excellent rates and no booking fees.

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