Aughris Head, Co. Sligo

Aughris Head is a promontory in the parish of Templeboy, and on the north coast of the Barony of Tireragh, County Sligo. Aughris meaning the point of the horses is steeped in history and culture with remnants providing testament to a much and varied history.

Remaining largely untouched, Aughris has a unique and rugged coastline, as with the rest of Co. Sligo, the mountains and coastline inspire poets and artists and without doubt will enchant you today.

Aughris Head provides incredible views while the fishing is a must for the angling enthusiasts. There are also several championship golf courses nearby and surfing at Enniscrone beach.

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Golf

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Enniscrone Golf Club
Enniscrone, Co. Sligo
Course Type: Links
Enniscrone is one of those links that you can recommend to your friends and visitors without any fear that they will come away disappointed. With rugged dunes unchanged since time began, a bracing wind, clear sky, one of the most beautiful beache ...
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The Schoolhouse
Collooney, Co. Sligo
Set on the Annaghmore Estate, this charming rural schoolhouse features distinctively Tudor Revival decorative elements.  Built in the 1860’s as a school for the estate tenant’s children, it is an attractive rural building picture ...
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Sligo Farmers Market - County Sligo - Saturdays
Every Saturday 9am - 1pm

Event Location: Sligo IT college car park, Ballinode, Sligo

Wide range of organic and artisan foods. Teas, Coffee and home baking. Craft also f ...
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Tourist Attractions

Sligo Abbey - Sligo Town County Sligo Ireland
Sligo Abbey
Sligo, Co. Sligo
Sligo Abbey is a Dominican Friary that was founded in 1253 by Maurice FitzGerald. It was destroyed in 1414 by a fire, ravaged during the Tyrone War in 1595 and once more in 1641 during the Ulster Uprising. The friars moved out in the 18th cen ...
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Temple House
Ballymote, Co. Sligo
One of Ireland’s most unspoilt old houses, this is a Georgian mansion on 1,200 acres of farm and woodland, overlooking the original lakeside castle which was built by the Knights Templar in 1200 A.D. Civil Ceremonies or blessings are po ...
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