Here is our property in Strandhill. More precisely, directly behind the house you see. Drive with the mouse through the great area of Strandhill.
Strandhill itself is a small village near Sligo in the county of the same name. It is located directly at the sea and is known for its breathtaking beaches and especially the terrific possibilities for windsurfers. Fantastic waves and a wide sandy beach leave nothing to be desired for surfers. The place has prepared itself for this and offers beside appropriate accommodations also the suitable shops with the accessories. In addition to water sports, Strandhill also offers good opportunities for a particularly noble sport: golf. The village has an 18-hole course. The fact that golf is actually a popular sport in Ireland and nothing special at all - who cares? As Lord of Strandhill you feel noble - that's the main thing.
The city of Sligo is the largest in the northwest of Ireland and the capital of the sparsely populated and not so touristy County Sligo. Here you will find the ruins of Sligo Abbey, Calry Church and Sligo Cathedral. The town and its picturesque surroundings became world famous through the descriptions of the poet William Butler Yeats. The silhouette of the landscape is dominated by two of Ireland's most famous mountains: Table Mountain Benbulben and Knocknarea. Like everywhere else in Ireland, landscape and important history are closely interwoven here. At the foot of Benbulben lies Drumcliffe, where William B. Yeats is buried. Knocknarea is said to be the site of the grave of the legendary Celtic queen Maeve, described as extremely warlike and beautiful. Before the introduction of the Euro, she was admired on the Irish one pound note. Significant and largely unexplored history can also be found at the foot of Knocknarea in the form of several dolmens, stone circles and Stone Age tombs.
So come as Lord of Strandhill to one of the lesser known, but no less beautiful areas of Ireland and discover the beauties. Nobility obliges, even if you buy the title of nobility. But even if you don't go there yourself for the time being, but still travel with your finger on the map, it will fill you with pride to be a Lord of Strandhill
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