Wake up and taste the salt.
It's little wonder why The Irish Surfing Association established its headquarters in Easkey in 1995. The waves here are epic and suitable for experienced surfers only. Nearby surf schools like 7th Wave will cater for beginners and intermediates at Enniscrone Beach.
This multi award-winning cafe is located a few skips from Rest Easkey's front door. Artisan breads, pastries, local organic produce, all homemade by Dervla, beside the sea. We love the breakfast bagel! www.PuddingRow.ie
Follow the River
Take the riverside walk along the winding Easkey River adn chase its abundance of dancing fish and coastal birds downstream. After less than 10 minutes walking you'll reach the river estuary and the majestic ruins of O'Dowd's Castle standing proud in front of the roaring Atlantic Ocean.
Millions of Beaches
Enniscrone with its famous long white sandy beach is just a 10 minute drive away (or take the bus). Dunmoran Strand is 20 minutes away by car and Srandhill Beach is 45 minutes by car.
Lie back and soak up the Atlantic Ocean's rich vitamins A, B, C, D and iodine. All in the comfort of a hots, steamy bath at Enniscrone.
Enniscrone Links Golf
Known for having some of the largest sand dunes in the country. this links golf course literally juts out into Killala bay at the Mouth of the River Moy estuary.