Welcome to Seatrails tours in beautiful, inspiring Co. Sligo!

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We offer guided walking and hiking tours in Co. Sligo, in the northwest of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way which focus on Archaeology, Geology, Local History and the Natural Environment. Your head guide, Auriel Robinson, 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 refreshing coastal walk,  an adventurous mountain hike offering you spectacular views or an interesting mythology trail.

On her tours, Auriel shares her knowledge with you. She’ll introduce you to Archaeology, Irish folklore, geology and local flora on her tours. She will take you to places far off the beaten track! If you are tracing your roots, she can help you with that too and she will introduce you to the arts, cultural and food scene around the County and in vibrant Sligo Town.

Auriel’s tours and experiences are ideal for all age groups and abilities, independent visitors, students and families looking for a cultural experience or unique adventure. If you are looking for something specific and would like to spend a few days in Sligo, Auriel can custom design your stay filled with interesting places to see and hike with her as your private guide. Have a look at the options available here and send your query to Auriel if any of the above interests you!

2 hikers on top of mountain ridge overlooking lake
Mythology Trails
Coastal Trails
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
‘We very much enjoyed our two hour horse ride with Auriel, who, apart from being friendly and thoughtful, is very knowledgeable about the area and Ireland’s history in general. We recommend picking one of her trails at the start of your journey in the area or in Ireland, since she will give you plenty of recommendations on what else to see and do, with regard to your plans and interests. During our two hour horse ride (just the two of us, Auriel and a guide from the stables), we had a bit of canter on the beach and in the bog, otherwise walking and trotting as was convenient. We learned interesting details about the spanish armada wrecks and survivors along the Irish coastline, about local geology and nature, and were pointed to Lisadell House and at its interesting history of countess Markievicz.’ Kaer Morhen, August 2019
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