Entries by Armada Lodge

Surfing in Sligo!

Made In Ireland – Chapter 2 Irish hellman Conor Maguire introduces us to the gritty, gutsy local crew that calls Mullaghmore their homebreak: win.gs/MadeInIreland-Nutjobs Posted by Red Bull Surfing on Monday, 1 October 2018

Sligo is beautiful! Come and visit!

Sligo Vignettes Beaches, golf, mountains and Yeats – just some of the incredible tourism experiences that await the visitor to Sligo. Within minutes of the centre of town, you'll take in blue flag beaches, championship golf courses, the Yeats trail, and two of Ireland's most iconic mountains, Ben Bulben and Knocknarea. This short promotional reel […]

Sligo is beautiful!

Classiebawn, Mullaghmore Co. Sligo The morning rays light up the landscape of Mullagmore & North Sligo.Thanks for looking Damien#rawireland #loveireland #bestofsligo #igersireland #sligo #adventurecapital #shligoshtyle #lookwest #wildatlanticway #sligowhoknew #photography #northsligo #sligowalks #ireland #damienjkennedyphotograpghy Posted by Damien J Kennedy Photography on Sunday, 21 October 2018

Ancient Sites in Sligo.

People gathered this morning in County Sligo to witness the sun entering a five thousand year-old passage tomb at Carrowmore, one of four main sites for passage tombs in Ireland. Posted by RTÉ News on Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Sligo is beautiful! Share it with the world!

Sligo I.T.V.G. Sligo here I come! Batteries charged and cameras ready. Nominate your favourite Sligo Experiences for the Wild Atlantic Way Video Guide 2019 – visible to 2.8 million North American transatlantic Aer Lingus passengersClick on the link to nominate: https://inflightflix.com/nominate-now/ Posted by Irelands Tourist Video Guide on Sunday, 4 November 2018

The Spanish Armada, Sligo, Ireland

Revised September 7th 2010 The Spanish Armada in Sligo A Plan to conquer England Around 1583 when the last Desmond rebellion in Ireland had finally been crushed by the forces of Queen Elizabeth 1 of England, the defeated chieftains of Munster, and their followers, took refuge in Spain where many of them were given employment […]