Donaghmore

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Donaghmore is approximately 65 miles away from the city of Dublin.

Feel the salty air on your skin at Duncannon Beach, 55 miles to the southeast of Donaghmore, or Woodstown Beach, 55 miles to the southeast.

Pack some supplies and discover the magic at Dunmore Cave, located 18 miles from Donaghmore. Another great option is Lough Boora Parklands, which is 25 miles away.

Visit the cultural sites here, including Donaghmore Workhouse Museum and Donaghmore Agricultural Museum, to shed a light on the beliefs and values of the local community members.

Cheer in the stands at O'Moore Park in Portlaoise, the home of the Laois GAA and Laois GAA. If you sleep, eat and breathe Gaelic football, this is the perfect place for you.

You might like to pay a visit to Aghaboe Abbey and Ballaghmore Castle in Ballybrophy, 1 mile away. Borris-in-Ossory, another interesting place, boasts Slieve Bloom and Roscrea Castle. This destination is 5 miles away.

Consider organizing a trip to Ballacolla, a regional center approximately 6 miles to the east of Donaghmore. This area boasts a range of tourist attractions, including Abbeyleix Golf Club, Abbeyleix Heritage House and Irish Fly Fishing and Game Shooting Museum. Sensory Gardens Dove House and Abbey Sense Gardens are more places that ought to be on every visitor's schedule.

To truly grasp the essence of Laois, you'll need to accustom yourself with its signature aromas and tastes.

To discover the real essence of the gastronomic landscape, make sure to sample popular local ingredients like mutton and pork.

Two popular meals worth trying are Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).

Mouthwatering treats, such as sweet seedcake loaf, are definitely worth trying.

Grab yourself a pint of Murphy’s Irish Stout, one of this region's homegrown brews.

Club Orange (similar to Fanta), an alcohol-free option, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.

Witness a strong sense of national pride on the 17th of March for Saint Patrick’s Day.

After seeing the stunning scenery of Laois, you may find it tough to bid goodbye. But alas, every vacation has to end eventually.

When your departure time is nearing, know that Waterford Airport is roughly 55 miles to the southeast.


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