Sligo Oyster Experience

On the Wild Atlantic Way

WB’s Coffee House is located on the Surf Coast of the Wild Atlantic Way in the heart of Sligo Town. The Wild Atlantic Way has stunning landscape, shorelines and 2,600km of unforgettable experiences from Malin Head to Kinsale Harbour.

The Surf Coast stretches from Donegal through Sligo, down to Erris in Mayo. This stretch is renowned for it’s epic surf and attracts some of the best surfers from around the world.

See the beautiful landscape that featured in some of WB Yeats’ best known works, including the Lake Isle of Inishfree and The Stolen Child. Sligo was Yeats’s ‘Land of Heart’s Desire’ as he spent a lot of his childhood summers here, including annual holidays at Rosses Point. This landscape was the inspiration for much of his poetry and ultimately where he was laid to rest.

We are fortunate to have 6 Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points in County Sligo with each one having it’s own unique charms and attractions to explore. Aughris Head lies in the southern part of Sligo Bay with walks leading to Dunmoran strand.  Take in views of Sligo Bay and Knocknarea in the distance.

Easkey is world famous for its surfing while visitors can also enjoy a walk through the unspoiled village and along Easkey River. Escape to the seaside resort of Enniscrone and enjoy relaxing walks along the 5km of golden sandy beach.

The bustling seaside village of Strandhill is located at the foot of Knocknarea mountain. The weekly Sunday market is the place to be with an array of local crafts, food and live music all available in the unique venue of Hangar 1 at Sligo Airport. Strandhill is also home of our Oyster Farm!

The seaside village of Rosses Point is a short drive from Sligo Town. It is famous for its spectacular blue flag beaches, magnificent scenery and stunning coastal and cliff walks.

Streedagh Strand is a beautiful 3km stretch of sandy beach in Grange, Co. Sligo. Explore the stunning Atlantic coastline or discover fossils in the limestone cliffs and rocks. The beach is ideal for walking, horse riding and surfing all year round.

Mullaghmore Head is located along a stunning coastal drive or walk where you can take in the scenes of Classiebawn Castle with Benbulben in the background while listening to the waves crashing from from the sea below.