Exceptional attractions from the dramatic landscape around Carlingford Lough to the historically rich Boyne Valley. The Cooley Peninsula resounds with legend, myth and folk tales.
A Passageway of discovery
Scenic Carlingford Ferry Greenore Port, Greenore, Co. Louth, Ireland
Sailing between Greencastle at the foot of the Mournes and Greenore beneath the Cooley Mountains, the Scenic Carlingford Ferry makes the journey part of your fun.
Operates Year Round
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Stunning coastline
Blue Flag Beaches Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Blue Flag Beaches
Northern Ireland's rugged coastline – offers breathtaking views, beaches, cliffs and sand dunes. Several beaches meet the Blue Flag standard.
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a historical irish landscape
Discover Boyne Valley Drogheda Tourist Information Point, The Tholsel, West Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland
Boyne Valley is Ireland’s ancient capital and its most sacred and mythical landscape.
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First Cistercian Monastery
Old Mellifont Abbey Tullyallen, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland
The first Cistercian monastery in Ireland founded in 1142 by St Malachy of Armagh. The Visitor Centre houses an interesting exhibition on the work of masons in the Middle Ages.
Open Daily May to Sept
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