Strandhill Caravan and Camping Park
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We spent the nights of 24 - 25 July camping at Strandhill.
Strandhill is a lovely small village on the Atlantic, though in a sheltered bay. There is tons of seaweed on the beach, and I thought I recognised kale. The taste was not bad. Megs declined to taste it.
On 25 July, we took a …
We landed at Knock Airport at 10ish in the morning on 24 July.
We took a bus to Sligo, and another bus to Strandhill, a village to the west of Sligo, where there are camping facilities.
Today was the day the official road trip would start as we began our journey down south (although technically we were heading west first). We left Dungannon in the morning before heading to the town of Enniskillen where we saw the castle. It was an interesting compound that had a English flag raised within it. I couldn't remember accurately why …
Fitful sleep with numerous wakes. However, with each wake, the wind has lessened a little more, until we woke and finally saw the sun. Sitting in a few rays enjoying our morning coffee was so good for the soul!
Lovely day of exploring megalithic grave sites with numerous tombs, dolmers, and stone circles. It's amazing to see the work that …
I encouraged Brian to press on a little further today even though we were kindof tired from yesterday. But at this point, I just want to keep on moving. The weather is getting to me and I want to be in a new place. Brian's been getting sick (thanks Dillany and Steph :) ) and we need a good place to stay and recoup.
Sligo was going to be …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStrandhill Caravan and Camping Park Sligo
Loved staying in this campground. All the sites were nestled in little dunes which helped to protect from the wind. Beautiful to be by the sea!
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