Sligo Photography Tours
Sligo has some of the most diverse landscapes in Ireland, offering something for all landscape photographers.
One of the biggest challenges of photographing a region with such a rich variety of scenes (not to mention the constantly changing weather!) is the time it takes to investigate and plan locations.
The aim of Sligo Photography Tours is to take you to the best locations at the right times, so that you can devote the maximum amount of your stay in Sligo to getting great shots.
Your hosts have spent many years shooting the landscapes of Sligo and have an excellent knowledge of the area and where to get great shots, even when the weather conspires against us!
The following are just a few examples of the locations included in our tours. Our itineraries are designed to adapt according to the conditions on the day.
- Lough Gill, including Hazlewood and Slishwood
- Strandhill with its magnificent views of Benbulben and Knocknarea (Queen Maeve’s Cairn)
- Rosses Point with panoramic views of Oyster Island and Coney Island
- Glencar Waterfall and the Devil’s Chimney overlooking Glencar Lake
- Benbulben’s Forest Walk, with its enchanting escarpments, carved out in the Ice Age
- Streedagh with its panoramic backdrop of the Dartry Range Mountains
- Mullaghmore’s crashing waves looking out to Sliabh Liag Cliffs with Classiebawn Castle in the background.