Friday 31st October 2014

Join us on 'All Hallows Eve' when the harvest season ends and winter or the darker half of the year begins! Samhain or as we know it 'Halloween' is a time where in Celtic times, people celebrated from sunset on the 31st October to sunset on the 1st November. During this time, spirits or fairies could more easily enter our world. On this trail, to mark Samhain, we remember those who died in Sligo Town throughout its darkest history, starting with the 16th Century. We will stop at historic sites in the town where awful things happened and where those who died are commemorated...this is a spooky one, you never know who you might meet along the trail!

Time to Meet: 8pm. Walk will take c 1.5 hrs max

Adults: €10.00, Child (not under 8 yrs): €5.00

Please call Auriel on 087 2405071 to book before Wed 29th October

STRICTLY FANCY DRESS! We will go for drinks after in Fureys Pub to calm the nerves!



Saturday 1st November 2014

To end the Autumn and mark 'All Saints Day', we are doing a guided historic walk out to Killapspugrbone Church in Strandhill. This church was founded by Bishop Bron in the 6th Century and is a very beautiful site, located along the waters edge. The trail will take you through sand dunes, along a pretty shore and into the church site during which time the history and archaeology of this area will be explained to you.

Trail starts at 2pm and will take c 1.5 hrs

Adults/Children: €5.00 (especially reduced for the day that's in it). Pay on the day but book in advance!

Book before 6pm, Fri 31st by calling 087 2405071

*We will bring bags and gloves on the day for anyone who wishes to collect rubbish on our return home, but it is not compulsory to collect*

Welcome! If you are looking for things to do in Sligo, Seatrails is now open again for 2014!

Please refer to the trails page/drop down menu of trails for guided tour options and contact us now to book a tour.

Thank you!