Sligo Food Trail Markets

Markets

Beltra Country Market

Selling home produced baking, deli items, preserves, seasonal locally grown fruit and vegetables. Welcoming vintage-style tearoom featuring members’ own cakes. Fresh crepés made to order. With crafts and workshops for children and adults.

Rathcormac Craft Market

The market has in excess of 40 stall holders supplying artisan food and local crafts and is located in Rathcormac Craft Village. The village is also home to Vintage Lane Café.

Sligo Farmer’s Market

Sligo Farmer’s Market boasts a wide selection of fresh locally produced produce. The market located in the I.T. Sligo car park has producers on hand to discuss any questions about their produce. There are homemade jams, chutneys and tapenades along with wide variety of organic yoghurt, smoothies, vegetarian meals, fair trade coffees and teas. Sligo Farmer’s Market has become a very sociable place where people come to shop, meet their friends, sample some of the tasty treats and soak up the atmosphere. Wide range of organic and artisan foods. Teas, Coffee and home baking. Craft also features
during the summer months.

  • Open: Saturday 9am-1pm
  • Farmer’s Market at Sligo IT Car Park, Ballinode, Sligo
  • T: 071 9147007

Strandhill People’s Market

The Strandhill People’s Market takes place in the unique venue of Hangar 1 at Sligo Airport in Strandhill, just a few short minutes stroll from the beachfront.

Every Sunday from 11am to 4pm the market opens its doors selling an array of local crafts, foods and textiles. The market is a fusion of speciality food with stalls specialising in European and Asian cuisine. You will also find home baked goods, fair trade coffee, freshly pressed juices, cheeses, herbs & spices, teas, and fresh meat and vegetables. Don’t forget to satisfy your sweet tooth with a choice of cupcakes, chocolate and ice cream!

The lively market also provides an opportunity for many craft makers and artists to showcase their talents and skills with stalls varying from jewellery, ceramics, prints, to knitwear, handmade soaps, and essential oils/creams. The market sound is provided by local musicians who take to the ‘Buskers Corner’ to entertain us with their tunes. This stage hosts both established and upcoming artists with a mix of acoustic guitar, vocals, piano, violin and everything in between.

The market, which has become a focal point for the community, takes place against the backdrop of Knocknarea Mountain and under the watchful eye of Queen Maeve.

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