Louth Self Catering Guide

Louth, the smallest county in Ireland, covers an area of only 317 square miles.

Louth has great towns like Drogheda and Dundalk as well as sleepy fishing villages. The fishing village of Carlingford is the Oyster capital of the country and the Oyster Festival draws huge crowds every August into the pretty village of white washed cottages and ancient clustered buildings.

Monasterboice, one of the most famous religious sites in Ireland, was built in the 5th century a few miles north of Drogheda in a lovely secluded setting. With 2 churches, a round tower and 2 High Crosses the treasure is the high Cross of Muiredach. Considered the finest in the country, it is the pinnacle of achievement with sculpted biblical scenes all over the cross.

Drogheda at the southern most point of the county is built on the River Boyne and by the 14th century was the biggest town in Ireland, exporting and importing more goods than any other town.

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