Head to the stables after breakfast, receive your instructions for the next days.
Ride from the farm along the shore to Dernish Island and Streedagh Beach. On Streedagh Beach, three ships of the Spanish Armada foundered in 1588, parts of the wreck are still there. Experience the gallop of a lifetime on the golden sands on Streedagh beach. Your horses overnight in a field in Streedagh. We collect you and take you to a B & B near the farm.
We transport you back to Streedagh after breakfast. You prepare your horses for the day and head out along country lanes and old cart tracks passing the ruins of Staid Abbey, you will arrive at a small beach called Trawbawn (White Sands). 7km off shore you will see Inishmurray island, it has a monastic settlement dating back to 500 AD. You will enjoy an unforgettable view from Cullimore Cliffs over Sligo Bay and as far as the coast line of County Mayo. Follow the way to your next overnight stop at a family B &B.
Head off to Ardtarmon Strand passing the lovely Ardtarmon Castle on the way to the magnificent Lissadell Beach. Enjoy an unforgettable gallop on this endless beach in Drumcliffe Bay. Ride through Carney village to Cashelgarron where you will be picked up at Henry’s Pub/Restaurant and brought back to the Horse Holiday Farm, overnight near the farm. Departure next morning after breakfast.
4 Day Sligo Beach Ride (twin sharing)
€760.00 per person sharing
Includes: 4 nights bed and breakfast, riding, your horse your horse, equipment and transportation from last overnight back to the farm.
ARRIVALS: Thursday, Saturday *dates based on tidal times
Meeting time: 10.00 a.m. arrival at the Horse Holiday Farm stables
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FOR MORE DETAILS :
Tilman and Colette Anhold
Horse Holiday Farm Ltd.
Telephone : +353(0) 87 1755588
The Horse Holiday Farm is Bord Fáilte (Irish Tourist Board) approved and
a member of A.I.R.E., the Association of Irish Riding Establishments.