Welcome to St Mullins


In the 12th and 13th centuries it became a major Anglo-Norman settlement (those hummocks on the green are the remains of a motte-and-bailey castle), but for some reason the village never grew into a town. Today it's a beautiful and peaceful place, a centre for angling, canoeing, and walks and bike rides along the river.

The village hosts St James Pattern Day, an annual pilgrimage and Mass held on the Sunday preceding (or falling on) 25 July.


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St Mullins in detail