Carlingford

Carlingford : Is one of the best preserved Medieval towns in Ireland with narrow streets and castles, and situated in the heart of the beautiful Cooley Peninsula, nestling at the foot of Foy Mountain, on the shores of Carlingford Lough, and overlooking the Mountains of Mourne.

It is a place of outstanding natural beauty; a land steeped in history, legend, and mythology. Carlingford is located an hour from both Dublin and Belfast, it’s on the coastal route to the Giants Causeway, one of the worlds wonders, and is less than an hours drive away to Newgrange in the Boyne valley, a 5000 year old passage tomb, that is older than Stonehenge in England and the Pyramids of Egypt.

Enjoy some of the many local attractions and activities in Carlingford including Hill Walking, Looped Walks, Heritage Trails, Golf at Greenore, Sailing, Fishing, Bird Watching, Horse Riding, Land and Water Adventure Sports and the finest of local and international cuisine in its 12 Restaurants, and local cafes.