Portumna - Killaloe/Belturbet - Carrick - 235 Km - 34 Locks - 38 h of boating - 7 Nights (1 week)
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From Portumna at Dromineer, 12 km, 0 lock(s), 1.6 h of boating
Steps : Portumna Kilgarvan Dromineer Garrykennedy Dromineer
Portumna
Portumna has one of the largest bridge rained turning Europe (the largest in its construction in the early 20th century) and a beautiful castle dating from 1618.
Kilgarvan
This town owes its renowned to demand a little unusual, indeed a motion adopted by the Board asked the Minister to authorize local police to issue a permit in rural areas so that they can go home even with a few drinks too many.
Dromineer
Dromineer Castle dates from the 12th century. It remains today a tower, it was the scene of many battles clans.
Garrykennedy
The port and the castle (home O'Kennedy clan) is the main sights to see in this small town.
From Dromineer at Lanesborough, 43 km, 3 lock(s), 6.3 h of boating
Steps : Dromineer Kilgarvan Portumna Banagher Shannonbridge Clonmacnois Athlone Portlick Barley Harbour Lanesborough
Lanesborough
Shannon belongs always the life of the city of Lanesborough, fishing (fishing world championship) in regattas (rowing or sailing).
Barley Harbour
This small port offers all the amenities and shops for a successful stopover.
Portlick
A Portlick is a magnificent castle from the late Middle Ages. According to legend, this castle is haunted by the ghost of "Blue Laidy".
Athlone
In addition to the castle, the main attraction of this city is Sean's Bar: the Guinness Book of Records recorded Sean's bar as the oldest pub in Ireland.
Clonmacnois
The monastery of Clonmacnoise is short introduction to the cultural partimoine UNESCO. It consists of 7 buildings (church, cathedral, carved crosses ...) dating from the 10th century.
Shannonbridge
This small town was named after the bridge in the center of the city, built in 1757. We also advise you to visit the pottery, a few kilometers from the port.
Portumna
Portumna has one of the largest bridge rained turning Europe (the largest in its construction in the early 20th century) and a beautiful castle dating from 1618.
Kilgarvan
This town owes its renowned to demand a little unusual, indeed a motion adopted by the Board asked the Minister to authorize local police to issue a permit in rural areas so that they can go home even with a few drinks too many.
Dromineer
Dromineer Castle dates from the 12th century. It remains today a tower, it was the scene of many battles clans.
Banagher
This small town has many monuments to visit mostly dating from the Middle Ages, the castle of Cromwell was theater of many battles.
From Lanesborough at Keshcarrigan, 39 km, 11 lock(s), 7.4 h of boating
Steps : Lanesborough Tarmonbarry Roosky Dromod Carrick Leitrim Keshcarrigan
Keshcarrigan
This small town is a major fishing center of Shannon.
Leitrim
This small village has two magnificent castles Park's Castle and O'Rourke's Castle.
Carrick
Carrick on Shannon is a city, is a former important trading port in the region, which is carried by its wharf and harbor. This is the starting point for Cruises On-way towards Portumna and Bellanaleck.
Dromod
Roosky
The fishing port is very lively in the summer with numerous festivales and very typical pubs.
Richmond Harbour
This is the Royal Canal terminus from Dublin.
Lanesborough
Shannon belongs always the life of the city of Lanesborough, fishing (fishing world championship) in regattas (rowing or sailing).
Tarmonbarry
You will find Tarmonbarry all conveniences and shops for a successful stopover.
From Keshcarrigan at Ballyconnell, 42 km, 5 lock(s), 6.6 h of boating
Steps : Keshcarrigan Ballinamore Newtowngore Ballyconnell
Ballyconnell
This small town in the province of Uslter is located 1km from the border between Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland. Do not forget a stop at Cooney pub, a place bustling weekend.
Ballinamore
The oldest monument of this town is its church, dating from the 18th century. also be found in Ballinamore a monument in memory of the IRA's chief of staff.
Keshcarrigan
This small town is a major fishing center of Shannon.
From Ballyconnell at Ballyconnell, 40 km, 2 lock(s), 5.7 h of boating
Steps : Ballyconnell Belturbet Ballyconnell
Ballyconnell
This small town in the province of Uslter is located 1km from the border between Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland. Do not forget a stop at Cooney pub, a place bustling weekend.
Belturbet
This town of 1,400 inhabitants is very oriented towards tourism. If you have time, consider visiting the Castle Saunderson, located a few kilometers from the city.
From Ballyconnell at Keshcarrigan, 42 km, 5 lock(s), 6.6 h of boating
Steps : Ballyconnell Newtowngore Ballinamore Keshcarrigan
Ballyconnell
This small town in the province of Uslter is located 1km from the border between Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland. Do not forget a stop at Cooney pub, a place bustling weekend.
Ballinamore
The oldest monument of this town is its church, dating from the 18th century. also be found in Ballinamore a monument in memory of the IRA's chief of staff.
Keshcarrigan
This small town is a major fishing center of Shannon.
From Keshcarrigan at Carrick, 17 km, 8 lock(s), 3.9 h of boating
Steps : Keshcarrigan Leitrim Carrick
Keshcarrigan
This small town is a major fishing center of Shannon.
Leitrim
This small village has two magnificent castles Park's Castle and O'Rourke's Castle.
Carrick
Carrick on Shannon is a city, is a former important trading port in the region, which is carried by its wharf and harbor. This is the starting point for Cruises On-way towards Portumna and Bellanaleck.

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