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Parks and nature in County Meath

Top parks

Park
“Is a series of burial tombs situated on top of a steep hill. Take a trip to to Loughcrew Gardens and Nelly's Café at the Loughcrew Megalithic Centre afterwards.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Café
“In Nelly’s Kitchen Café visitors can warm up with good quality food and beverages. Hot food and delicious coffee make Nelly's cafe the perfect place to relax after taking a trip up the ancient Loughcrew Complex. On sunny day sit back and enjoy a glass of wine in the courtyard.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Visitor centre for Neolithic passage tomb cemetery in the bend of the Boyne.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Premise
“Girley Bog is a site of considerable conservation significance as it comprises raised bog – a rare habitat in Europe and one that is becoming increasingly scarce and under threat in Ireland. The loop covers a combination of forest and bogland – and has been developed as an eco-walk. The main element of the loop is within the bogland where there is a wonderful variety of birdlife, plants and animals.”
  • 2 locals recommend
History Museum
  • 1 local recommends
Park
“If you fancy a nice walk surrounded by trees and wide open green spaces, then I would suggest taking a walk in Santry Park.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Park
“Ward River Valley Regional Park is a linear park on the banks of the Ward River, covering an area of 89 ha. (220 acres) between Swords town centre and Knocksedan Bridge. With a mix of open paths & woodland trails, there are also picnic sites, outdoor exercise machines and sports pitches.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Park
  • 1 local recommends

Beaches

Beach
“Beautiful beach in all four seasons. There's an outdoor adventure centre for kids and teenagers there as well.”
  • 5 locals recommend