Cavan in Ireland Northwest and Lakelands is home to roughly 6,000 people.
Cavan is situated approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) southeast of Sligo and about 60 miles (97 kilometers) northwest of Dublin, the national capital.
Get away from the noisy streets by taking time out to explore the local ecological preserves, such as Killykeen Forest Park and Lough an Leagh Mountain. Go for a hike through the park and try to spot the local flora and fauna, before enjoying a picnic in the reserves’ pristine environs.
The Cavan County Museum is a great oasis for those looking for something a little different in Cavan. Take advantage of the quiet spaces, ask the staff about any one-off exhibitions, grab something from the gift shop or just admire the relics of the past.
There’s no excuse to neglect your game when in Cavan; visit County Cavan Golf Club, home to the best greens and the nastiest bunkers the area. Grab your golf bag and hit the fairways, then end the day in the clubhouse bar sharing a few drinks with golf-obsessed locals.
Treat the entire gang to Cavan Crystal Design, the perfect place to entertain, educate and delight your kids. Pack your sense of wonder and get ready for a day filled with laughter and magical moments.