Glencar Waterfall County Leitrim

The steep mountain cliffs of the Glencar Valley, which is a glacially formed U-shaped valley, mean that water cascades off the hills above, creating a number of spectacular waterfalls. One of these – the Devil’s Chimney, is spectacular on windy days when the water is blown straight up in the air. The tallest of the

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Fowley’s Falls

This series of spectacular cascades is accessed via a woodland path and there is a real sense of magic and discovery in exploring the Falls and they tumble down the hillside for over a kilometre. Reputedly named after a one-time local landowner in the Rossinver area, Fowley’s Falls must be one of the best kept

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Queen Maeve’s Grave

This impressive 10 metre high cairn tomb is situated in an imposing position at the top of Knocknarea hill overlooking Strandhill and Sligo Bay. According to legend it is the burial place of Queen Maeve, the legendary warrior queen of Connaught whose rivalry with the neighbouring province of Ulster is the baskground of the epic

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Manorhamilton Castle

The massive ruins of this 17th century stronghold dominate the picturesque town of Manorhamilton. The Castle around which the town grew has a dramatic and colourful history – stories of which live on in the town to this day. Guided Tours All this and more can be experienced at the Castle Heritage Centre which features a

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