Clogherhead, Co. Louth
The fishing village of Clogherhead is located on the east coast of Ireland in County Louth, approximately 70km (44 miles) north of Dublin. The village developed around the fishing industry with the waters of Clogherhead being reputed as being the best fishing waters in the country. The harbour known as Port Oriel was built in 1885.
Clogherhead peninsula located just north of the village is designated a Natural Heritage Area under the 1997 Louth County Development Plan.
Clogherhead offers plenty for tourists to see and do all year round. There are plenty of fine walks - the headland affords uninterrupted views of the Mourne Mountains 30km to the north and to Lambay Island 35km to the south - and there are some of Ireland's finest championship links golf courses nearby.
Course Type: Parkland
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- By Category
- Drogheda - Co Louth - Thursdays
- Castlebellingham - County Louth - First Sunday each month
- Dundalk - County Louth - Fridays
Battle of the Boyne
Old Mellifont Abbey
Newgrange & Knowth - Bru na Boinne Visitor Centre
Xtreme.ie - Adventure Centre
Lusk Heritage Centre
Hill of Tara
- Seapoint Golf Club
- County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)
- Laytown and Bettystown Golf Club
- Dundalk Golf Club
- Hollywood Lakes Golf Club
- Greenore Golf Club
- Royal Tara Golf Club
- Beaulieu House, Gardens and Car Museum
- Listoke Gardens
- Ardgillan Castle & Demesne
- Knockabbey Castle & Gardens
Apps and Books
Meals for All Seasons - The Best of Contemporary Irish Cooking (out of print, Hardback)This vintage cookbook is out of print and only available here. Georgina Campbell's outstanding a ...more...