This panorama photo was taken at the sea shore in front of the Beach Bar at Aughris in west Sligo.  The 300 year old bar is nestled between the Ox mountains and the Atlantic ocean. 
Aughris Head is a dominant feature on the Sligo coastline projecting northwards into the ocean and forming the most south-westerly point of Sligo Bay.  Aughris, meaning ‘the point of the horses in Irish, remains largely untouched and has a stunning rugged coastline. 
Knocknarea mountain features to the right of the photograph, while Benbulben and Benwiskin mountains in the north of the county can be seen to the left. 
This panorama photo was taken at the sea shore in front of the Beach Bar at Aughris in west Sligo.  The 300 year old Beach Bar is nestled between the Ox mountains and the Atlantic ocean. 

Aughris Head is a dominant feature on the Sligo coastline projecting northwards into the ocean and forming the most south-westerly point of Sligo Bay.  Aughris, meaning ‘the point of the horses' in Irish, remains largely untouched and has a stunning rugged coastline. 

Knocknarea mountain features to the right of the photograph, while Benbulben and Benwiskin mountains in the north of the county can be seen to its left. 

 

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