Attractions Map
Cootehill, County Cavan





The Ice Age left a strong impression on the landscape of Cavan, covering the area with small rounded hills known as Drumlins. They are acknowledged as the best examples in Europe and attract many visitors every year to study and admire these distinct land formations. Scattered among these undulating hills are 365 clear, sparkling lakes, "one for each day of the year", as the saying goes. These are home to a large variety of waterbirds and fish and because of this Cootehill has established itself as Ireland's Premier Fresh Water Fishing location.

This map introduces you to the many attractions in and around Cootehill and also to help the visitor who would like to explore the places of interest in neighbouring counties. Whether it be the historical and archaeological sites of the Boyne Valley to the south, the majestic Mourne Mountains to the east, the Ulster American Folkpark to the north or Flourencecourt and the Marble Arch Caves to the west, you can be assured of a memorable drive and a thoroughly satisfying day out.