Lead: ATU Sligo
Major regional urban centre, with a working harbour, the county town of County Sligo, has a population of approximately 65,500 inhabitants and 190km of coastal length.
Historic, cultural, commercial, industrial, retail and service center of regional importance in the North West of Ireland. Served by rail, port and road links. Tourism is a very important industry, with many visitors to the coast & mountains, as well as various areas of archeological importance.
The Sligo CCLL will focus on three areas:
Streedagh beach is a 3km long sandy beach located on the north western shore of a sandbar in north county Sligo, close to the village of Grange.
Dunmoran Strand is a 3 km long sandy beach, with a significant dune habitat, set in a rural location close to the village of Easkey, in Co. Sligo.
Enniscrone is home to a 5 km long sandy beach & extensive dune system, adjacent to a busy seaside town at the western end of Co. Sligo.
Challenges and risks
Planned Ecosystem Based Approaches (EBAs)
The other CCLLS
PROVINCE OF BARCELONA / VILLANOVA I LA GELTRÙ