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The most celebrated of all of Ireland's poets, W.B Yeats was born in Dublin - his mother, however, was from Sligo, where he spent a lot of time as a child. Yeats visited Sligo frequently - periods which led to the inspiration of the poet in many of his future works, drawing spiritually from the county's scenic landscape and sense of place.

The town of Sligo is a seaport and commercial center. Just outside the town is Lough Gill, Yeats "Lake isle of Innisfree" Among the prehistoric sites in the area are Maeve's Mound, a huge cairn at Knocknarea, and megaliths at Carrowmore. Sligo's history dates from the mid-13th century with construction of a castle and the 13th-century Sligo Abbey. The abbey was destroyed in 1641 but now has restored cloisters.

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Tir na hOige Easkey Park

Tel: +353 (0) 9649052
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Easkey,and Mobile Home Park is a new Park opened for the 2014 season. It is situated right in the centre of the village within walking distance from the local shops, Post Office, pubs and eateries, and Heritage Centre. Electricity points for caravans. Shops. Pubs. Take away foods. Restaurants....

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Lough Arrow Touring Park

Tel: 071 9666018
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Award winning site set in conservation area of stunning natural beauty overlooking renowned Lough Arrow. Spacious modern amenity block maintained to the highest standards of cleanliness providing free showers, private cubicles and ladies hair...

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Greenlands Caravan and Camping Park

Rosses Point
Tel: 071 77113
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Located In the village of Rosses Point overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. 2 Blue Flag Beaches, Golf beside site, yacht club 100m. Ideal for swimming fishing, golfing, sailing, sail-boarding, walking or just sitting, reading and enjoying the tranquil atmosphere. Hotel Shop, restaurants, pubs &...

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Strandhill Caravan and Camping Park

Tel: 071 9168111
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The site is at Strandhill Beach, mecca for surfers from all around the world, while the flat sands of Culleenamore, more suitable for family fun, are just 2km, distant. Golf is at 500m, shops, pubs and restaurants, within 100m.There are toilets, showerss and...

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