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The Weather in Sligo
This is the climate diagram for Sligo. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 4° in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Discover the unspoilt landscapes of Sligo, Ireland a holiday home
Located in north west Ireland, Sligo is an important centre of history, culture and industry. This seaport town is home to dramatic mountains and beautifully clear lakes, and is a world away from hectic cities like Dublin and Belfast.
Holiday cottages in Sligo are the perfect way to unwind and take in all that this town has to offer. You can choose from a range of accommodations, such as luxury homes, farmhouses, cottages and apartments.
The best places to eat in Sligo
Knox serves you some spectacular original dishes, whether it's for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Items off their mouth-watering menu includes Knox Irish Beef Burger, Pulled Ham Hock, and Knox Spanish Brekky.
Hargadons is a traditional Irish pub with an amazing atmosphere and delicious food. This is the best place to enjoy fresh seafood, and offers you dishes such as moules-frites and the Lissadell chowder.
Art and history in Sligo
Visit the Sligo County Museum & Art Gallery to learn more about the history of this region, as well as to see photographs and first editions of works by iconic poet and literary figure W.B. Yeats. This museum also displays an impressive collection of paintings by his brother, Jack Butler Yeats.
Dating back to the 13th century, Sligo Abbey is a Dominican friary that was rebuilt in 1416. Visit this church to see the 13th century sacristy and gorgeous 15th century cloister still survives today.
Festivals to enjoy in Sligo
Sligo Festival of Baroque Music celebrates the classical music style that was popular in western Europe for 150 years. This event is typically held annually in October.
The goal of the annual Sligo Jazz Project & International Summer School Festival is to educate the public about improvised music and Jazz. They do this by inviting internationally famous performers and educators to Sligo to perform for the town and its visitors.
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