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Absolutely loved it. One smaller beach is monitored by lifeguards in summer and the other beach (just next to it) is incredible for walking! I swam in beach 1 and it was just wonderful. It is a great place for families (local and tourists). It...More
If you've taken the time to visit Yeats' grave in nearby Drumcliff, be sure to make a detour to include a visit to Ross's Point, There is a Coast Guard Station with an impressive statue, and a nice "loop" walk along the water.
Rosses point is a small village dominated by the golf course and sea. It has a good sandy beach at one end and a stoney beach in front of the hotel. On a good day it is a tranquil setting to stroll and relax. When...More
On our visit to Sligo we visited Rosses point , it was stunning to say the least we visited on Sunday afternoon in late April , I'm from Kerry orginally and I can certainly say the scenary out here matches it if not better, if...More
We spent an evening in the Sligo area and watched the sunset from Rosses point upon recommendation of the hotel front desk staff. This is definitely one of the nice and scenic place around Sligo together with the Strandhill beach