Rosses Point – One of Ireland’s Most Beautiful Spots
At the entrance to Sligo Bay, you’ll find the beautiful Rosses Point with its spectacular blue flag beaches. Traditionally Rosses Point was a farming and sea-faring village, which is still rich in its heritage today. The 21st century Rosses Point is a collage of magnificent scenery, which is sure to delight those who enjoy being outdoors. With the backdrop of mother nature, some modern developments sit comfortably in this lovely spot. You can enjoy good food, true Irish friendliness, some great little bars and sometimes traditional Irish music. Visitors find it a lovely place to visit, with wonderful seafront walks, where you can enjoy the excellent views and watch the waves as you walk along the unspoilt, clean sandy beach.
Rosses Point boasts some of the best scenery that Ireland has to offer. The cliff walks are easily accessible and Rosses Point is a great spot for romance, a lovely family day out, or a peaceful, relaxing holiday. If you come during some nice weather you can go swimming in this pretty spot. Or else why not collect some shells on the beach to have as souvenirs from Rosses Point?
Depending on the time of year you visit, it can be quiet or quite busy. One of Ireland’s best golf courses is located here. So it is a great location for golfers to play at the County Sligo Golf Club Rosses Point. For water enthusiasts there is the Sligo Yacht Club.
Boat charters and sea angling from Rosses Point Pier
Ewing’s Sea Angling and Boat Charters
Phone: +353 (0) 868913618.
Private, experienced walking tour guide Rosses Point
Contact: John Ryan
Phone: 086 260 3665
Phone: +353 (0)71 9171905
Walking tours from Rosses Point, which are organised by experienced mountain and hill walkers.
For further information about these attractions and things to do Rosses Point, click on the links above or below.
Cycling tours – you can hire bicycles from Sligo Bike Hire
Sligo Bike Hire
Phone: +353 (0) 86 809 4211
Other Rosses Point nearby attractions include: