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County Leitrim Ireland | Things to See and Do

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County Leitrim  Ireland | Things to See and Do

County Leitrim lies in the north of Ireland. The town of Carrick-on-Shannon, a river boating hub, has many 19th-century buildings. These include tiny Costello Memorial Chapel and St. George’s Church, home to a heritage centre. The old courthouse houses the Dock, an arts and performance venue. Slightly north, Leitrim village marks one end of the Shannon–Erne Waterway, which crosses the entire county. ― Google

Glencar Waterfall

Carrick on Shannon 

Drumshanbo

Glenade Lake

Shannon Blueway 

Fowley’s Falls

Carrigallen

Pól an Eas Waterfall

Parke’s Castle

 

Glencar Waterfall

Glencar is a waterfall situated in County Leitrim of Ireland. Glencar Waterfall is famous for being an inspiration to Ireland’s greatest poet William Butler Yeats and features in his poem ‘The Stolen Child’. The drive through the valley is worth the eye candy with the extraordinary mountains surrounding you, then to arrive at the car park lined with welcoming sheep and a magnificent lake. You feel like you are in a dream. A very short walk and some steps you see the breath taking waterfall.

Carrick on Shannon 

Drumshanbo

Glenade Lake

Drone footage of Glenade Lake,Co Leitrim

Shannon Blueway 

Experience the multi-activity trails of the Shannon Blueway in Ireland's waterway network. Linking over 100k of walking routes and water trails the Shannon Blueway is the first of many on Ireland's inland waterways. Walking, rowing, paddling, cruising, SUP opportunities combined with great accommodation and transport links make the Shannon Blueway easy to get to and to have fun in as a family, club, group or couple. 

For more information check out www.bluewaysireland.org.

Fowley’s Falls

This is a fab series of waterfalls in Co. Leitrim, North West Ireland. Due to  all the rain, the falls are absolutely fab at the moment. Come and visit Leitrim, stay at Tawnylust Lodge and view the falls

Carrigallen

Please enjoy the people and music of Carrigallen and the rest of our adventure, horseback riding on the beach in Sligo, mountain hiking on the coast just outside of Donegal, a very special engagement with our son and soon-to-be daughter-in-law and much more.  Until We Meet Again Carrigallen!

Pól an Eas Waterfall

Lovely Leitrim.  Poll-an-Easa  meaning hole of the waterfall.This is a beautiful, natural, unspoiled waterfall. An ideal place for swimming, fishing or having a picnic.

Parke’s Castle

Join us on a tour of a medieval Irish castle- Parke's Castle in County Leitrim, Ireland.

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