Aclare Tourism

Aclare (Irish: Áth an chláir, meaning "Ford of the plain") is a village in County Sligo, Ireland, and the main village in the parish of Kilmactigue. Formerly, the village of Aclare was not part of the same-named townland, but straddled the border of the adjacent townlands of Lislea and Carns, though later the borders of the townland were extended to encompass the village. The village is situated on the Inagh (also spelt "Eignagh") river, a tributary of the Moy. Within eyeshot of the village is Belclare Castle, a ruined fortress of the O'Hara family. The village, as well as the surrounding townlands, has a strong musical tradition, and is well known for its musicians and singers, particularly in Irish traditional music. The annual St Patrick's Day Parade, is one of the social highlights of the year in South Sligo.


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