Brian Ború Heritage Centre
Named for the local boy who made good as the king who, according to the political spinmeisters of his time, both unified Ireland and...
TJ's Angling Centre
You can rent fishing tackle for €15 per day and catch your limit in free advice. It also organises fishing trips, although you can hook...
Get picnic goods all week long at the Italian-flavoured deli Ponte Vecchio , which makes darn good sandwiches and sells bottles of wine...
Lonely Planet review
The present church dates from the early 13th century and was built by the O'Brien family on top of a 6th-century church. Inside, ornate carvings decorate the Romanesque southern doorway, next to which is the shaft of a stone cross, known as Thorgrim's Stone. It dates from the early Christian period and is unusual in that it bears both the old Scandinavian runic and Irish Ogham scripts. In the cathedral grounds is St Flannan's Oratory, of 12th-century Romanesque design.