The Shared Waters and Landscapes of Central Monaghan and South Armagh are packed with places to get out into and go exploring. Over the course of a few days you will have the chance to discover a range of heritage trails that reveal the stories embedded in this location, followed by some of Europe’s finest fishing and golf.
The Shared Waters and Landscapes of Central Monaghan and South Armagh offer a perfect location to relax and spend time uncovering many culturally rich experiences in beautiful and sometimes surprising locations. Featured in this pdf is the ‘Monaghan Way Walk at the Patrick Kavanagh Centre’
The Shared Waters and Landscapes of Central Monaghan and South Armagh are an ideal location to spend time out with family and friends in an area
that is packed with all kinds of wonderful activities. Over the course of three days you will enjoy every sort of watery and action packed adventure. There’s something for all the family, from cycling and quad biking to fairy houses and walking trails
Discover the hidden gems of County Monaghan on this two-day, self-guided tour, taking in ancient monastic sites, unspoilt landscapes, picturesque villages, museum treasures & much more.
Start your journey through County Monaghan’s treasures at the award winning Monaghan County Museum which showcases over 5,000 years of the incredible history of this beautiful region.
A Tale of Two Worlds
This three-day, self-guided tour highlights many of County Monaghan’s cultural and natural treasures, from fairy forts and grand castles to fascinating heritage trails through historic villages, along with plenty of opportunities to experience the wild, natural beauty of this special place.