South and West Sligo Tourism are delighted to support the SARURE project which is tasked with improving policies aimed at SME competitiveness. Following on from their successful event “The Future of Retail in Rural Sligo" in Ballymote in November 2019 with guest speaker Jean McCabe from Willow, SARURE South Sligo plans for 2020 had to be paused in March.
South and West Sligo will be the place to be on Saturday 22nd August when adventure racers from all over the country descend on the Northwest as Sligo's newest adventure race Quest Sligo, the latest and most exciting event to be added to the Quest series of adventure races emerges onto the scene supported by the South and West Sligo Tourism Network.
Quest Sligo is the latest and most exciting event to be added to the Quest series of adventure races. This brand-new, one-day, multi-discipline sporting event will take place on Saturday 22nd August 2020 giving participants the opportunity to experience the beauty and hidden gems of South and West Sligo.
The Windings of the Moy Revisited is a new book that will be launched in the Ocean Sands Hotel on Friday Nov 29th at 8pm. The new book by Sligo photographer, Pat McCarrick, is a reworking of the original Windings of the Moy by Rev. James Greer (1845 - 1929) and was first published in [...]
River Moy Features in New Book Tubbercurry Book Launch 1923 Book Inspires New Photographic Project Pat McCarrick from Cloonacool, will have the latest launch his new book, The Windings of the Moy – Revisited, in the An Chroí Enterprise Centre, Tubbercurry on this Wednesday, November 20th at 8pm. The guest speaker at the launch will [...]
SARURE (Save Rural Retail) South Sligo recently announced the first in a series of events for 2019 and 2020. This free event will take place in the Coach House Hotel in Ballymote on Wednesday, 13th November at 7.15pm.-8.30pm. South and West Sligo Tourism are delighted to be a stakeholder and support this event which will [...]
A welcoming atmosphere awaits when you visit Banada Stables and B&B located just outside Tubbercurry town.
For the past 4 years a local community group based in South Sligo have been campaigning to have the closed railway running through the region made into a modern greenway.
We were delighted to launch our third “Sligo Hidden Gems” booklet today.
Planning a trip to Sligo this summer? You’ve chosen wisely as you won’t be disappointed with our wonderful scenery and numerous historic landmarks and sites scattered throughout the county. We have more than enough activities to keep you busy, from action packed adventure to a more tranquil experience, and who could forget our thriving food [...]