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Dundalk, the largest provincial town in the republic is  positioned on the east coast of Ireland between the two largest cities Belfast and Dublin. Dundalk is the administrative capital of the business and education of County Louth. The town also serves as a   commercial centre for much of the adjoining counties e.g., Monaghan, Armagh and Down.


Dundalk Town Hall

 An Taoiseach Bertie Ahern with US President Bill Clinton In Dundalk Christmas 2000

The Local Authority and businesses have invested millions in restructure and infrastructure of the Town Centre with pedestrian shopping areas, new cafes and restaurants. Indeed the American President Bill Clinton visited the town in December 2000, before leaving office, in his last term. He has also vowed to return In the future.


Dundalk is serviced by the Northern Ireland railway connecting Belfast and Dublin. The NI forms the line of the presently developing Euro-Route EO1. This Euroroute will connect Dundalk to Larne and Belfast in the North, and Dublin and Rosslare in the South. All road improvements and investments are due for completion by 2007.


 Dundalk Race Track, Newry Road, Dundalk


Library Entrance, Dundalk Institute Of Technology

Belfast International Harbour, and Dublin International Airport as well as Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Sea Ports, are all extremely accessible from the town of Dundalk as all are approximately 1-1.5  hours drive away.

Dundalk's proximity to the scenic beauty of the Carlingford Lough area to the north and the fine beaches and seaside resorts ranging southwards from Dundalk Bay to  Baltray north of the Boyne estuary, provide ideal areas to spend summer evenings or weekends. Carlingford was one of the main focal points for meetings and photocalls during the European Presidency Visits to the North East

Activities available in the county include river and sea angling, bird watching,       auto-touring, horse riding, golfing, hill and forest walking, sailing and board sailing while for the more adventurous the Adventure centres in Carlingford and Omeath   provide additional facilities including hill-climbing, mountain biking, and archery

Millennium Dial, Main Street Blackrock


Dundalk is steeped in cultural heritage, myth and legend which can be access through the local museums and heritage centres in Carlingford, Drogheda and Dundalk.


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