Strandhill is a small Irish seaside village in County Sligo. Situated near Knocknarea Mountain on the Cúil Irra Peninsula, the place is well known to surfers and lovers of beautiful sandy beaches…. A nice place to spend your holidays, and to relax in front of the Atlantic!
Strandhill Village Centre is as quiet in winter as it is crowded in summer. Tourists of all nationalities come here to enjoy the exceptional setting of the village. Those allergic to crowds may have to refrain from staying here during the summer: the area is crowded in the summer!
If however the world does not frighten you, know that the town centre is very pleasant. There is a typical seaside resort atmosphere, and the shops, pubs and restaurants offer interesting options for a nice holiday without breaking the bank.
Strandhill is one of the most beautiful coastal villages in the whole of Ireland. Its beaches, are appreciated for their wild side, as well as for its fine sand, very pleasant the time of a small well deserved sunbathing.
Surfers from all over the world come to enjoy its waves to get a lot of thrills. For those who would like to give it a try, don’t hesitate to ask the local surf clubs: they will offer you equipment for hire, as well as some advice on how to get started in complete safety!