Ballybay

"Welcome" to Ballybay, which is in Ireland Northwest and Lakelands, a popular area that is known for its attractive beaches, coastal plains, forests and rivers.

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Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is located roughly 60 miles to the southeast of Ballybay.

Fans of Gaelic football will love the atmosphere at St. Tiernach's Park, home of the Monaghan GAA and the much-loved Monaghan GAA. The stadium is in Clones, 13 miles to the northwest of Ballybay. It's a Gaelic football ritual to exit the grounds and enter a nearby drinking establishment. Whether it's to celebrate a moment of brilliance or curse your luck, look for fellow supporters in the team colors and join in the fun.

The Carrickmacross Lace Gallery and St Joseph's Catholic Church, located in Carrickmacross, are great places to spend some time. This area is approximately 13 miles away from Ballybay. If you're keen on experiencing even more of this part of the country, make tracks to Inniskeen and see Patrick Kavanagh Rural and Literary Resource Centre and the Inniskeen Pitch & Putt Club, about 15 miles from Ballybay.

One of the best ways to experience this region's wilder areas is to go mountain biking or mountain climbing.

Breathe deeply and feel your worries drift away as you try out this region's more soothing pursuits, such as cycling and camping.

If you are a watersports aficionado, you will have a great time in this region. Swimming and scuba diving are a couple of water activities you definitely will want to try out.

Sampling the food eaten by locals is often so much more than mere sustenance. It also offers a window into a region's heart and soul.

Vacationers will probably note mutton and pork, two of the most popular ingredients in this area.

Wine and dine like the local people do by experiencing Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).

Why not indulge in a local dessert, sweet seedcake loaf?

Adventure doesn't purely come in the form of travel, don't forget that you can take your senses on an adventure too! When you are here, try some of the alcoholic drinks on offer by enjoying a pint of Murphy’s Irish Stout.

Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is a popular non-alcoholic option that travelers should order at any time of day.

Lots of travelers are used to goodbyes, but that doesn't make them any less difficult. When it's time to go home from Ireland Northwest and Lakelands, savor the views and snap those final pictures so you won't forget this remarkable part of the world.

When you're ready to head home, the Belfast International Airport is 50 miles northeast of Ballybay.


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