Atlantic Caravan and Camping Park

Address: Easkey, Sligo, County Sligo, Ireland | Campground
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This campground, located on Easkey, Sligo, is near Easkey, Cahirmore, Roslee Castle, and Split Rock.
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Travel Blogs from Sligo


A travel blog entry by rjjohnson on Oct 17, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... arrived just after 4pm to another wonderful cottage. It has views to the Atlantic Ocean on one side and views to Benbulben cliffs on the other. After an hour walk at the base of Benbulben cliffs, we visited Lissadell House and Glenarlough falls where WB Yeates love to visit to inspire his writing of poems. Lissadell house was ...

Stopping on the way back to Cork

A travel blog entry by allison.wolf on Oct 13, 2015

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... which was on our short list so we stopped. It was worth the stop. The walk to the falls was short and the falls were really pretty.

We continued our journey south and got home around 4:15. The to do list was massive so we got right to it. It was an incredible weekend. We may need to stay home next weekend and recover. ...

Last day in Sligo

A travel blog entry by donaldsdoeurope on Sep 19, 2015

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... at their cousins this morning and then enjoyed some "adult" time and lunch with Stephanie & Bernie at Knox a nice cafe we found the first day we arrived. Drive back to Dublin and stayed at the Maldron hotel just over the Liffey river for the night before we leave for London early ...

Journey from Dublin to Sligo

A travel blog entry by donaldsdoeurope on Sep 16, 2015

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... river. Nice and quaint and our room was just off the foyer. Kids happy to come and go as they pleased and we were able to have a drink at the pub and send the kids home.  Sligo is a lovely part of Ireland and I look forward to catching up with family here. Met up with Mark and Finola last night and we had lunch with Sylvia yesterday. So much to chat about and so nice to be here ...

A little fill the gaps.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 07, 2015

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... that long it goes most of the way along the West coast of Ireland. It weaves and meanders along the coast line connecting fishing villages and hamlets and occasionally going through a town or even a major city. I'm sure it was made by the same guy who built the Big Dipper at Luna Park because the road has humps, bumps, corners and curves along its entire route. Even at the speed dictated by road width and traffic there are lift off and touch ...

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