Enjoy a stroll on the beach or a hike or walk up to a stunning view point of the village of Strandhill on the walking route up to Knocknarea or enjoy a game of golf.

Another great reason to visit Strandhill is for the seaweed baths at Voya Seaweed baths for their uniquely Irish hot water seaweed therapies including baths and massages.

Don’t forget to also take a surfing lesson with Seamus from Sligo Surf Experience.

Seamus Founder of Sligo Surf Experience

The bustling surfing village of Strandhill sits underneath Knocknarea and its iconic Queen Maeve’s tomb, a 5,000-year-old neolithic megalith.

Strandhill seafront promenade is home to the highly recommended Shells Cafe and Mammy Johnsons Ice Cream parlour and café. Also check out Honestly Kitchen, they have a wonderful restaurant serving organic fast food, and an extensive farm shop too.

The Strandhill People’s Market is on every Sunday from 11am – 4pm. It’s in hangar one and is the perfect place to visit, whatever the weather.

Strandhill is also home to a popular favourite, The Strand Bar. Upstairs from the Strand Bar is another great restaurant, Stoked.

Close by in the village is Venue bar and restaurant with great views of the beach.

Why not put Strandhill in your diary when planning your next day or weekend away.


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