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The national capital, Dublin, is located 110 miles southeast of Ballymote.

Family members of all ages will certainly find something that entertains and pleases them at Eagles Flying.

Allow the sun to light up your face and the ocean caress your feet at one of the region's popular beaches. We suggest Bundoran Beach, 30 miles to the north, and Rossnowlagh Beach, 35 miles to the north.

Discover the sights and sounds of this region's nature reserves. A short 19 miles from Ballymote is where you'll come across Ben Bulben, while the equally popular Knocknarea can be found 11 miles away.

You'll be amazed by this destination's fascinating history if you spend some time at Ballymote Friary.

Be sure to stop at either Ballymote Castle or Keshcorran, or both.

Carrowkeel Cemetery and Ballindoon Friary, located in Castlebaldwin, are great places to visit. This nearby destination is about 7 miles from Ballymote. An additional option is to set aside a day to visit Belra. It is roughly 8 miles from Ballymote, and is home to Woodlands Equestrian Centre and the Gillighans World.

About 13 miles to the north of Ballymote is Sligo, a regional center where travelers can find the Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery, Inishmurray and Sligo Abbey. Lough Gill and the County Sligo Golf Club are some more options that ought to be on every traveler's must-see list.

More often than not, a destination's cultural heritage can be found simmering in its pots and pans.

It's likely you haven't paid much notice to the intricacies of mutton and pork in the past, but you'll surely become more familiar with these well-known local ingredients on this trip.

Any proud foodie should be sure they try Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato) before surfing the menu for other types of local fare.

You can't leave the area before tasting sweet seedcake loaf.

Invigorate your palate with a glass of the local brew. Murphy’s Irish Stout is a popular option.

As a great accompaniment to your dinner, you can enjoy sipping some Club Orange (similar to Fanta), a locally popular non-alcoholic beverage.

Saying goodbye is never easy. But whenever you want to transport yourself to the stunning beauty of Sligo and the fun times you enjoyed there, close your eyes and you will instantly be there again.

Even the best vacation can't continue forever, so when it's time to go home, head to the nearest airport. It's 17 miles to the southwest of Ballymote.

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Accommodation options in Ballymote tend to be quite limited. It's recommended to check out the range on Expedia's easy-to-use Ballymote hotels page.

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