The Sligo Food Trail has this week launched their brand new 16-page brochure, highlighting some of the best food experiences the county has to offer.
The aim of this year’s brochure is to highlight the link between Sligo’s many tourist attractions with what the county has to offer in terms of eating out.
Over 30 experiences are highlighted in the publication including pizza making workshops, craft brewery tours, whiskey, gin and wine tasting sessions.
For those of a more adventurous mind, the brochure features the best of what Sligo has to offer in terms of outdoor activities.
These include surfing on the Sligo coast, supping and even foraging on the seashore or inland.
Tours to the megalithic tombs of the Ox Mountains are also included as is paddling on Lough Talt in west Sligo.
For those who rather to stay indoors, there are a number of workshops including wood turning, fermenting and jam making.
Anthony Gray, from the Sligo Food Trail explains how the new brochure is advertising all of what is best about Sligo’s culinary potential.