Seatrails Guided Walks
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Wednesday 27th July 2016
Carrowkeel is a fascinating archaeological landscape with many amazing megalithic tombs pitched high up on limestone ridges overlooking Lough Arrow and surrounding Sligo countryside. There is a lot of mythology attached to this area. Unearth your curiosity and discover the secrets with us.We give a detailed account of the excavations that were carried out here, on recent discoveries and on current work. The trail will take about 1.5-2 hrs. You must wear good walking shoes or hiking boots preferably and a warm hat and jacket as it can get cold at the tombs. Tea/coffee and treats will be offered and are complimentary for small groups.
Meeting time: 11am at the carpark. You can call us for directions. 087 2405071
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Friday 29th July 2016
Join us at Streedagh Beach and hear about the fascinating history of three huge shipwrecks that once belonged ot the Spanish Armada fleet. Soak up stunning scenery, discover wild flora, see archaeology.
Meeting at 2pm at the monument near the beach. Walk takes about 2 hours.
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Saturday 30th July 2016
Join us out horse riding, a very relaxing way to do a trail in north Co. Sligo along gorgeous beaches, rocky shores and country lanes. Hear the local history of the Spanish Armada shipwrecks and how they ended up at Streedagh Beach nearby.  Hear about the local folklore, famine history, soak up stunning scenery and enjoy views of Mullaghmore Castle in frsh air from your horses back! Some experience necessary. Click here for more info and to book.

Meeting at the stables at 11am (this could change)
This is a 1.5 hr ride. Please note no. 3 on website and in your booking enquiry

Call us for more info on 087 2405071
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    Seatrails,  Auriel Robinson
    Innovation Centre,  Sligo IT,  Ash Lane,  Co. Sligo,  Ireland
    P: +353 (0)87 2405071
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