Welcome to Seatrails in beautiful and inspiring Sligo

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Dear all, Seatrails is open for Summer and Autumn 2020 and we will adhere to all HSE Guidelines so do not worry if you are coming out on a tour with us. The outdoors are the safest place to be and there is so much space here in Sligo to enjoy. We look forward to meeting you this Summer and Autumn.

Seatrails offers expert, authentic, unique and interesting guided walking and horse-riding tours in Co. Sligo and the northwest of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way. Auriel Robinson, manager and head guide is an expert archaeologist who will take you on a voyage of discovery, one you will never forget in a photographer’s paradise.

You can choose a coastal trail with her or one of her friendly guides on the breath taking Wild Atlantic Way or a mountain trail giving you spectacular views. If you like horse riding, you can choose her unique ‘Heritage on Horseback’ experience on one of the most scenic parts of the Wild Atlantic Way coastline.

Auriel offers intriguing tours showing you unique archaeological and historical sites of interest. She will introduce you to Irish folklore, geology and local flora. If you are tracing your roots or have a genealogy query, she can help you with that. Auriel will also introduce you to the arts, cultural and food scene in Sligo Town. She can also advise on other adventure activities and things to do in Sligo which combine nicely with her own tours such as having a seaweed bath, a surf lesson or a paddle boarding adventure.  

Seatrails tours and experiences are ideal for groups and families looking for a cultural experience or unique adventure. You can custom design your holiday in Sligo with Auriel to suit your requirements from a half day to a week-long term. So, why wait, drop us a line for more info or scroll through our pages here and choose a trail of interest!

2 hikers on top of mountain ridge overlooking lake
Grey Horse on Trawalua Beach on Heritage on Horseback Trail
Strandhill Beach with view of Knocknarea in distance
School Children on Seatrails Walk
Classibaun in Mullaghmore
gap in stone wall and view of wild atlantic way across to slieve league
School Children on Seatrails Walk

Excellent Spanish Armada Tour

We had a lovely day exploring the Sligo coast with Auriel. She’s a very knowledgeable and friendly host and seems fascinated herself by the geology and history of the area. We learned about the wrecked Spanish Armada ships and the adventures of the Spanish survivor De Cuéllar; saw a 5,000-year-old Stone Age wedge tomb; saw tonnes of fossilised coral, and iron seeping through the limestone, all in a really beautiful part of Sligo. What a grand day! Much appreciated and recommended.
Shane L, 16 Feb, 2019
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