Towns and Villages


Known as the 'friendly town' Ballinamore has something to offer everyone.

Carrick on Shannon

Built on the river Shannon, this is both the county town of Leitrim and the cruising capital of the Shannon.


Dromahair is a picturesque village located where the River Bonet enters Lough Gill.


Built along the River Shannon with a lovely harbour area which is popular with cruiser traffic.


Drumkeeran village is attractive and hospitable village in Leitrim


This pretty village is beautifully situated in the shadow of Sliabh-an-Iarainn towering to the north and the Arigna mountains in the west.


Drumsna is situated on a hill overlooking the Shannon on a loop of the river.


For those wishing to take advantage of the picturesque beauty of the woodland walks and scenic views across Upper Lough MacNean, Glenfarne Forest is ideal.

Highlights of Leitrim’s Wild Atlantic Way

Leitrim's Wild Atlantic way - shortest coastline


This is one of the most historic spots in County Leitrim and was named after King James I of England.


In the centre of the village of Kiltyclogher is a Memorial to Sean MacDiarmada, one of the leaders of the 1916 Rising.


Kinlough is well known, for nearby at Ros Friar on the Drowes the Annals of the Four Masters, a history of Ireland up to 1616, were written.

Leitrim Village

Leitrim village is the gateway to the Shannon-Erne Waterway


Manorhamilton is the friendly, peaceful and picturesque village in North Leitrim, situated in the centre of the North Leitrim Glens region which is famous for its hill-walking.


Mohill is a progressive business town and has a long held reputation as a coarse angling centre.


The village of Rossinver is an excellent centre for game fishing.


Tullaghan, is the most northerly village in Leitrim.


Carrigallen on the shores of Town Lake and is an excellent angling centre and is a very picturesque town

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