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Louth County

Louth County is the smallest county in Ireland. For this reason, Louth is affectionately referred to as the Wee County. Louth County is accessible by air and sea from the nearby cities of Dublin and Belfast (both an hour away).

Hire a car and experience Louth County by road.

Buses and railway are also transport options. Despite being a small county, Louth County still boasts a nice variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and hotels for accommodating tourists. The successful Irish band, the Corrs, hail from Dundalk, the principal town of County Louth.

Car hire in Louth

Car Hire Louth

Our Car rental services section provides all information about Car Hire and Rental in Dublin and Louth . We have compiled a list of fleet available for hiring, and a list of car rental offices in Ireland. You will find low cost car hire all over Ireland. You can easily book your car online or get an instant quote.

Restaurants in Louth

Restaurants in Louth

During the recent years, many new restaurants have sprung up in Dublin. These restaurants offer a wide range of cuisines and attract tourists from all parts of the world. Reserve a restaurant in Dublin now.

Hotels in Louth

Louth Hotels

Browse through Ireland's Louth Hotel Guide to resolve all your worries about selecting a hotel, according to your budget and style in this amazingly beautiful place. Ranging from 2 star cheap Louth hotels to 5 star luxury hotels, Louth Hotels in Ireland provide every comfort and facility.

Golf in Louth

Golf in Louth

Ireland is a place of breathtaking scenery and friendly people, not to forget home of the world's best golf courses. Browse around and see what we have to offer in our Dublin Golf Guide.

Louth attractions

With an area of just 317 square miles, Louth County is small but offers so much to tourists. The beaches of Lough County are so beautiful that some of them have been featured in box office movies.

The pretty fishing village of Carlingford, with its white cottages and clustered old buildings, is dubbed the Oyster Capital of the World. Carlingford Mint and King John's Castle are two more attractions worth a visit in Louth.

Dundalk and surroundings

Dundalk, the county capital of Louth, is a busy industrial city. Nature walks, fishing, golf and horse riding are all available. If that's not enough, Dundalks exciting night life and a greyhound track will be sure to please the thrill seekers among you.

Dundalk County Museum is a nice place to spend an absorbing and enlightening afternoon. The interesting Dun Dealgan near Dundalk is a 60 foot mound that is said to be historically significant due to being the birthplace of the legendary hero Cuchulain.

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Drogheda and surroundings

Drogheda city is often called the Gateway to the Boyne Valley. A live music scene, fascinating pubs, the summer Samba Festival and the passageways of Newgrange and Knowth will keep you well occupied.

Hire a car and experience Drogheda by road.

The streets of Drogheda are remarkable in that they have retained much of the plan devised for their construction in the 13th century so you can walking on the same streets that were once treaded by kings and chieftains.

North of Drogheda, Monasterboice Monastery is famous for its 10th century high crosses and a round tower. The decoration of the Muiredeach's Cross is especially exquisite.

Some other places not to be missed include:

The 5000 year old giant three-stalked mushroom-like structure known as Proleek Dolmen outside Dundalk
Ireland's first ever Cistercian monastery of Mellifont Abbey
The finest water gardens and the largest Tulip tree in Ireland at Knockabbey Castle
St. Peter's Church at Drogedha.

There are so many other attractions and places to visit that are not to be missed when you visit County Louth in Ireland.

Find a hotel, B&B, country house or self catering accommodation in Drogheda.

Louth's neighbouring counties are also packed with beautiful attractions and scenery:


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