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Leitrim, Ireland- The Eco-Tourist Capital

With one of the smallest coastlines at only 4 kilometres, it is not the beach that attracts people to Leitrim. In fact, it is the unspoiled nature that is easily found throughout the county. Because so little of the landscape and nature has been spoiled by progression, this small county has often been referred to as the Eco-Tourist Capital of Ireland. It’s a name that stuck with the area and seems to fit it well. There is much contrast in landscapes for such a small county with mountains, valleys, pastures, lakes, hills and rivers. However the beauty of the drumlins, waterways and glens also provide plenty of recreation for those looking to explore the outdoors. That doesn’t mean history is not present in Leitrim. Like the rest of the country you will find many landmarks to take in during your visit.

Reasons to Visit Leitrim

The natural beauty of the landscape of Leitrim cannot be surpassed by many areas. Visitors and locals enjoy activities like sailing and angling on the Shannon. Cruises are also quite popular in the area as well. You can take in some of the sites such as Parke’s Castle, Manorhamilton Castle, Garryhill Castle and the Cavan Leitrim Steam Train Museum. There is plenty of music, theatre and festivals to keep you entertained. The Glencar Waterfall offers breathtaking scenery and wild salmon and trout are in abundance in the lakes.

Entertainment and Dining in Leitrim

Take a long cruise on the Shannon or a short one. Small daytime trips are available or you can opt for a Saturday night party. A full bar and dance floor keep you entertained as you take in the local sites. On land there are plenty of restaurants, pubs and taverns to keep you satisfied regardless of what type of cuisine you are looking for.

Accommodation in Leitrim

The Glenview House Guest House is an optimal choice if you want a fishing getaway. You can choose bedrooms or self-catering cottages and be nearby to the popular lake district.