Our Surroundings

It's more than enough

Your little pocket of pleasure

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Adventure

Explore

Get lost in nature

Discover a wild playground where no two days are the same. Big skies, pretty towns and friendly locals await.
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Relax

Breathe and unwind

Take in the wide open spaces, wildlife and nature all around you - it's the perfect place to escape for a while.
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Adventure 

Plan a unique trip

Located right in the heart of fishing lakes and forests, it's time to start planning your perfect trip.
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Your natural playground

On the lakes

Reflect & Relax

Cavan is known as 'The Lakeland County' and is reputed to contain 365 lakes. It's also the source of many rivers in Ireland, meaning the area boasts numerous water based activities and is an adventure lovers dream.
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On the land

Recharge & Reset

The area isn't just famous for its excellent fishing opportunities, there's plenty to do on land too. Hike in the hills, explore enchanting forests, spot rare wildlife and discover historic sites in this fascinating part of Ireland.
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Local Heritage

Killeshandra in County Cavan has a rich heritage and is dominated by a system of lakes known as the Lough Oughter system. Dating back millions of years to the Ice Age, the area is recognised by UNESCO as part of the Marble Arch Caves global geopark. In the nearby Killykeen Forest Park, there are signs of habitation going back at least 5,000 years. The area has survived civil wars and famine and today boasts a thriving local community who are proud of their intriguing heritage. 

Local attractions 

Killykeen Forest Park

Back to nature

With walking and cycling trails, this 240 hectare park sits on the shores of Lough Oughter, part of the River Erne system. Explore the ancient woodland, home to oak, ash and beech trees.
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Marble Arch Caves

Going underground

Go on an underground adventure and discover this unique system of caves. Surrounded by a striking landscape of gorges, forests, waterfalls, rivers and wildlife. Fun for all the family.
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Cavan County Museum

Go back in time

With galleries featuring Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age artefacts, the museum traces the history of County Cavan. The World War One Trench Experience is a must-see.
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