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  1. 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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  2. St Joseph's Redemptorist Church

    Dundalk, Louth

    The Redemptorists arrived in Dundalk, County Louth in 1876, but it wasn’t until 1892 that the Church of St Joseph was constructed. The splendid structure was built from granite and its interior features coloured marble and intricate mosaics. Read more

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  3. Carlingford Heritage Centre

    Carlingford, Louth

    The beautifully restored medieval church of the Holy Trinity, in Carlingford County Louth, is home to Carlingford’s history from Viking Times to the present day. Read more

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  4. Port Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Clogherhead, Louth

    Port Beach is located a few short miles north of the fishing village of Clogherhead in County Louth. It is a remote rural beach with wide sandy shores and a wide range of flora and fauna including the Marsh Orchid. Read more

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  5. Beaulieu House, Gardens

    Drogheda, Louth

    Beaulieu is one of the oldest unfortified homes to be found in Ireland dating back from 1660 -1666.It has been lived in by the same family for 11 generations. Many interesting carving, paintings and plasterwork adorn the interiors of the house. Read more

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  6. Collon House

    Collon, Louth

    Collon House was built in 1740 and was the home of John "Speaker" Foster, the last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. Read more

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  7. County Museum Dundalk

    Dundalk, Louth

    Located in a lovingly restored late 18th century warehouse, in Dundalk County Louth, the multi-award winning County Museum Dundalk brings history to life. Read more

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  8. Kildemock Jumping Church

    Ardee, Louth

    The Kildemock Jumping Church is a fascinating religious ruin found 4km south of Ardee in Millockstown, County Louth. The church dates from the 14th century and part of its west gable now stands inside the wall of the original foundation. Read more

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  9. 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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  10. Knockabbey Castle & Gardens

    Louth, Louth

    Knockabbey Castle is located in County Louth and was built around 1399. It was then called Thomastown Castle and over the last millennium has seen huge developments, both to the castle and surrounding gardens. Read more

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