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<span>Discover</span>Sligo's Archaeological Sites

DiscoverSligo's Archaeological Sites

Visit the Hill of the Fairies in Tubbercurry

“South Sligo is a special place. It’s a land of pretty and peaceful villages, mysterious caves and tombs, wild rivers and lakes, and limestone and granite hills. A plethora of “hidden gems” of myth and music, story and place are there to be explored, to “feel” and to be enthralled by.

And there is nowhere better to begin a visit, and to experience all of these sensations and emotions, than on the Hill of the Fairies, or Knocknashee, about 10km north of Tubbercurry.”

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Visit Carrowkeel with a Guide

 

Make the most of your time here and spend one of your days with an expert archaeologist guide of Seatrails. Visit the amazing megalithic tombs of Carrowkeel, the curious ancient caves of Keshcorran and if you like, two historic castle sites nearby that follow the ancient route of the Red Earls Road.

Carrowkeel is one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in the whole of Ireland. Not only are the tombs intriguing but the landscape within which they are located is fascinating.It is a peaceful place where you can relax, engage with nature and get away from it all. Allow for about 5 hours out of your day for this walking trail tour. Wear a smile and good hiking boots. Bring waterproof trousers (just in case!)

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A packed lunch will be supplied. Own transport essential but can be arranged if required. Booking in advance is essential to secure your place. Contact us for more details.

 

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We had our Summer BBQ in Cawley’s in July, and from planning to execution everything was perfect! Great food and service and a warm welcome from all the staff. We were given a tour and the Bridal Suite is really unique!

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