A visit to Mullaghmore County Sligo along the Wild Atlantic Way

Yet again last weekend I was out and about discovering more of the Wild Atlantic Way. This time I visited Mullaghmore in County Sligo which is just a few miles by car from Bundoran. The weather was showery so apologies some of the photographs are a bit dull. Mullaghmore is a nice quaint village with a lovely looped walk out along Mullaghmore Head. There are great views along the coastline. I really enjoyed it and hope to go back soon.

Below, from top left: Some sheep really enjoy the green pastures along the coast with a yacht sailing by, Classiebawn Castle former home to Lord Mountbatten who spent his summer here until his death, Eithnna's By the Sea an award winning restaurant- love the eyecatching colours and finally some sheep hanging around.

All the above photographs are of the harbour area. The Wild Atlantic Way and the stretch of coastline around Mullaghmore is really worth a visit.


  1. We had a lovely holiday up there two years ago and the weather was fabulous that summer:) Lovely photos!

  2. I love the ones of the canoes!


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