Located in the Leinster province in Northern Ireland in the Midland Region is the county of Longford. The town was built on the banks of the Camlin River, a tributary of the Shannon River. Its name is derived from the Irish name Longphort. Long is thought to mean ‘ship’ and ‘port’ is thought to meant ‘dock.’ This town has one of the only Gaelic Irish markets that arose without being founded by the Normans or Vikings.

Within this region is an Iron Age bog road which was built in 148 BC across the boglands to the Shannon River. The road is special due to the fact that it’s the only one of its kind that’s been uncovered in Europe. Visit the Corlea Trackway Visitor Center to see an 18-metre stretch of its preserved road along with other historical artifacts and exhibits describing the area.

The county’s principal industries are food production, sawmills, steel working, generator retailing, cable making, the production of medical diagnostics and well, Lovely escorts of course!



One of Longford's most intriguing attractions is the ancient monastic settlement of Ardagh. The village, brimming with history and lore, is home to the ruins of St. Mel's Cathedral, which dates back to the 5th century. A guided tour of Ardagh Heritage and Creativity Centre will provide fascinating insights into the region's early Christian history and its connection to St. Patrick.

Another historical site worth visiting is the Corlea Trackway, an Iron Age bog road that dates back to 148 B.C. The Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre offers an informative exhibition and a preserved section of the trackway, allowing visitors to walk along the ancient wooden pathway while learning about the unique ecology of the boglands.

For those who appreciate the beauty of nature, the picturesque surroundings of Lough Ree and the River Shannon provide the perfect setting for leisurely strolls, picnics, and photography. Numerous walking trails are available, such as the Royal Canal Greenway, a scenic, multi-purpose route stretching for over 130 kilometers and suitable for walkers, cyclists, and nature enthusiasts.

Longford also offers a variety of activities for the adventurous traveler. Fishing enthusiasts can try their hand at angling in the region's numerous lakes and rivers, while golfers can tee off at one of the many golf courses that dot the countryside. A day spent exploring the waterways by kayak or canoe provides a unique and invigorating perspective on the natural beauty of the region.

After a day of exploration, visitors can enjoy a hearty meal and a pint of local brew at one of Longford's traditional pubs. The town is also home to several cozy cafés and restaurants offering an array of culinary delights, from traditional Irish fare to international cuisine.



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