Sligo: Attractions and more...
Glencar waterfall is a rather modest stream which forms an impressive cascade that can be viewed from a delightful wooded walk where toilets and picnic facilities are provided.
Easkey Bog is an extensive highland blanket bog just north of the Ox Mountains. The flora and fauna of the bog is admired by visitors.
Just over 6km south of Ballymote, Kesh Caves offers stunning prehistoric human remains, and those of animals such as the cave bear, the arctic lemming, the reindeer and the Irish elk.
Lough Colgagh is a deep lake holding brown trout and offers free fishing from the shore.
Raghly is a lovely little fishing harbour with beautiful views of Drumcliffe Bay and the surrounding mountains.
Cairns, is one of the famous parks of Sligo, which is well equipped with facilities like picnic sites, forest walks, access to the ancient cairn etc. Some of the other scenic attractions are Coney Island, Cairns hill, Parke’s castle and Carrowkeel.