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  1. Cúchulainn's Stone

    Knockbridge, Louth

    Clochafarmore Standing Stone, in Knockbridge County Louth, is an impressive monument standing at over 3m high and 1.3m wide. This stone is traditionally associated with the greatest hero of Irish folklore, Cúchulainn. Read more

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  2. Setanta Cycling Tours

    Carlingford, Louth

    Setanta Tours offer guided hill walking, cycling and coach tours on the archaeology, history, mythology and landscape of the areas visited. Read more

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  3. Rooskey Loop

    Carlingford, Louth

  4. Dundalk School Of English

    Dundalk, Louth

    Recognised by the department of education as a centre for teaching English as a foreign language. Read more

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  5. The River Boyne

    Drogheda, Louth

    The River Boyne rises near Carbury, County Kildare and flows northeast through County Meath, where it enters the Irish Sea right between County Meath and County Louth. The river and its tributaries hold extensive stock of wild brown trout. Read more

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  6. Triple House Restaurant

    Termonfeckin, Louth

    The Triple House Restaurant is a 200 year old country house set in the scenic village of Termonfeckin. There is an emphasis on local produce, free range and organic, and fresh fish and shellfish from nearby Port Oriel. Read more

  7. Templetown Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Carlingford, Louth

    Templetown, called after the crusading ‘Knights Templars’, fronts one of Louth's most popular but as yet, unspoilt stretch of coastline. It is located in Carlingford and is ideal for families, swimming, walking, kite surfing and many more activities. Read more

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  8. Leprechaun and Fairy Cavern

    Carlingford, Louth

    You are introduced by story to the leprechaun and fairy cavern by Irelands last Leprechaun Whisperer" McCoillte".Its below Ghan Road opposite the Carlingford Sailing Club. It’s a 7 minute walk from the town centre. Read more

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  9. Saint Brigid’s Shrine and Well Faughart

    Dundalk, Louth

    Situated just 15 minutes from Dundalk, the Hill of Faughart is one of County Louth’s great historical sites. It is the location of several scenes of the legendary Táin Bó Cúalinge and features ruins associated with St Brigid. Read more

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  10. The Lisdoo

    Dundalk, Louth

    Situated on the outskirts of Dundalk on the Newry Road, Facilities include an extensive restaurant and bar, seating capacity 250 patrons, also an attractive function room which caters for 200 patrons. Carvery lunches served daily 12.30 to 15.00. Read more

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