Tory Island Lighthouse
The Tory Island Lighthouse was built in 1832 and it was requested that a lighthouse be put on the island by the Harbour Commissioners and Merchants of Sligo. The tower is 27m high and the light is 40m above sea level. It was converted to automatic operation in 1990.
The Lighthouse prominently stands on the western tip of the island and can be reached from West Town by walking along the Tory island way.
View the island’s Facebook page here. You will also find plenty of activities and sights on the island and around the local area(Click on the links below for more details):-
- Tory Island Ferry
- Slí Thorai – Tory island way
- Wild Atlantic Way Discover Point
- Bell Tower
- Dun Bhaloir & An Tor Mor Viewpoint
- Magheroarty Beach
- Magheroarty Walk
- Bike tours of Tory Island
- Narosa Life Surf School
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