The narrow and hilly streets of Drogheda are packed with history with the remnants of Cromwell seen throughout the town. Visit the towering St. Laurence’s Gate and St. Oliver’s severed head in St. Peter’s Church.
There are lots of lovely little towns and villages in Louth. Why not do a road trip and visit places like Blackrock, Annagassan, Termonfeckin, Baltray and Clogherhead steeped in history and culture and only ever a stone's throw away from a beach.
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Carlingford in north Louth is a picturesque seaside town in the Cooley Mountains. Take off on a hike with sweeping views of Carlingford Lough in the background and find the Long Woman’s Grave.
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Dundalk has an unparalleled music scene with amazing new bands every year - the pubs and music venues always have great line ups. Find trad sessions in cosy pubs and original musicians in intimate venues.
Modern coffee shops have popped up all across Louth and in particular Dundalk. Treat yourself to an amazing flat white or cappuccino and relax in comfortable cafés with friendly staff and delicious treats.
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