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County Longford, home of the ancient Legend ‘The Wooing of Étain’, is a place of magic, myth and mystery. Steeped in ancient Irish mythology, Longford has many impressive archaeological sites as well as a wealth of historical, literary and musical tradition.  Ancestral home of the Farrell Clan, Longford is a tranquil and mainly low-lying county, renowned for its angling, boating and outdoor sporting activities. It is ideally located in the heart of the Lakelands region, within easy reach of many stunning and historic tourist attractions. Its accessibility to many of Irelands main towns and cities make it a prime location as a holiday base. The true beauty of County Longford lies in its rural charm, the hospitality of its people and the breathtaking views of its quiet countryside of farmland, lakes, bogs and the occassional low hill.


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County Longford Tourism Office Market Square, Longford, Ireland    Phone: +353 (0)43 33 42577 +353 (0)85 8888876    Email: info@longfordtourism.ie