Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is 2,500 driving route that stretches from the top of County Donegal to the foot of County Cork. Spanning seven of Ireland's counties, its one of the longest tourism driving routes in Europe, giving visitor the opportunity to taste some of what our little island has to offer.
Where Rosses Point meets the Wild Atlantic Way
Home to County Sligo Golf Club and Sligo Yacht club, Rosses Point seaside village boasts magnificent blue flag beaches that host Sligo’s triathlon every year.
Rosses Point Village is sitting on the point of entry to Sligo Bay, flanked by the original Coney Island and Oyster island and overlooked by the mythical Benbulben Mountain.
The Yeats Country Hotel Spa & Leisure Club, considers itself blessed to be located in such a panoramic location, one of Ireland’s hidden jewels. Our own literary giant William Butler Yeats and his brother the reknowned artist Jack Butler Yeats summer holidays at Elsinore House, in Rosses Point, where they found inspiration for many of their works
The "Waiting on Shore" monument , located on the entrance to Rosses Point Pier and Sligo Bay Lifeboat station, was erected in memory to all those lost at sea and has become a symbol of Rosses Point.