Beautiful Towns and Villages.

Beautiful Towns and Villages.

In the north of Roscommon there are many towns and villages with a lot to offer our visitors.

Rossies share a huge passion for their county. That passion is something we’re passionate about sharing, too. In our towns and villages in north Roscommon you can experience ancient heritage, pleasure lakes and family-friendly festivals, where visitors never leave short of tips. 

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Fancy a Walk?

Fancy a Walk?

Get your boots on. Roscommon awaits…

You could follow a looped walk around the deserted medieval village at Rindoon. You could summit Sliabh Bán, go orienteering in Mote Park, explore the colourcoded walks around Kilronan Castle, or follow old miners’ pathways on the long-distance Arigna Miner’s Way and Historical Trail. The  choice is endless…….

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Escape into the wild

Escape into the wild

In this unspoilt environment, nature lovers are spoiled for choice.

From peat bogs to wildflower meadows, native woodlands to turloughs, lakes &
marshes, it’s the perfect place to escape into the wild. In this unspoilt environment, nature lovers are spoiled for choice. 2,500 square kilometres of rolling landscape gives way to one revelation after another – whether you’re cycling country roads, fishing rivers, or simply sticking your nose in the nearest hedgerow…
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Gotta catch 'em all.......in Roscommon!

Gotta catch 'em all.......in Roscommon!

Pokémon GO is proving very popular around Roscommon

The thrill of catching a wild Pokémon doesn't go away it seems as the
latest worldwide craze, Pokémon GO is proving very popular around Roscommon.
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Foodie Destinations will launch on Thursday 14th of July 2016.

Foodie Destinations will launch on Thursday 14th of July 2016.

The Restaurants Association of Ireland is on the search for Ireland’s top Foodie Destination for 2016.

The Restaurants Association of Ireland is on the search for Ireland’s top Foodie Destination for 2016. Formerly known as Foodie Towns, the initiative was formed as part of the Irish Restaurant Awards 2014 but proved to be so popular it became its own entity in 2015. Our aim is to celebrate Ireland’s unique and wonderful food offerings and to encourage local food tourism initiatives across the country.
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This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:Europe investing in Rural Areas.