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It's located 80 miles to the northwest of Dublin, Ireland's capital city.
Does a coastline stroll sound tempting? Organise a day trip to Bundoran Beach or Narin Beach.
Mother Nature's splendour is yours to explore in numerous places around Ballinamore. Just 30 miles away, Glencar Waterfall is a superb place to begin. Lough Gill sits 30 miles away and is another popular spot to enjoy some peace and quiet.
Remember to visit the Glenview Folk Museum to reflect and fully immerse yourself in the regional culture.
Make sure you pack some blue and white clothes so you can cheer on the Gaelic football team, the Cavan GAA, at Breffni Park. Located 18 miles away in Cavan, the venue is also home to the Cavan GAA.
Seeking even more attractions? Go to Fenagh, 3 miles southwest of Ballinamore, for Fenagh Abbey and Swan Island Open Farm. Alternatively, Bawnboy is 6 miles to the northeast, and it's here you'll discover Bear Essentials Silver Bear Centre and The Museum of the Master Saddler.
Take a day trip and visit some sights in Enniskillen. This place is 20 miles to the north and not too far from Castle Coole, Buttermarket and Enniskillen Castle. Of course, you won't want to miss Devenish Island and the Ardhowen Theatre either.
There is no better way to get to know a place than to literally take a big bite out of it! You're invited to explore Leitrim by trying some of its most tantalizing food and drink.
Wondering about the surprises that'll be served up on your plate? There's a high chance they'll include mutton, pork or both.
You don't need to agonise over the restaurant menu while in Ballinamore. Get stuck right in and choose some of the region's most well-known dishes, such as Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).
You can never have too much dessert on holiday, so why not indulge in some sweet seedcake loaf? It's worth every magnificent calorie!
If you've built up a thirst and would like to indulge in a glass of amber nectar, we suggest Murphy’s Irish Stout. Take advantage of happy hour, make some new friends and drink up!
Delicious food, dancing and music — national celebrations reveal the best of what a country has to offer. Remember to join in with the locals on Saint Patrick's Day on the 17th of March.
Travelling to the breathtaking Leitrim region is an extraordinary experience, and hopefully it will have touched you with its magic. But alas, all good things must eventually come to an end.
Endless security checks, delayed flights and long queues. Airports can be very taxing. Give yourself extra time to find Ireland West Airport (NOC). Situated 45 miles to the west, it's the nearest terminal.
It's smart to secure your Ballinamore hotel ahead of time. At this time, there are just 2 properties listed. Find all the info you need on ebookers' travel guide.
If you book yourself in at one of our highly recommended accommodations, the professional staff will make certain that your stay is a pleasurable one. The Hamill's Bed & Breakfast and Buille Toll - Bed & Breakfast are worth checking out.