Just along the shore, beside the underground cavern of the Last Leprechauns of Ireland you’ll find the Carlingford Folklore Park, an admission free park for people to visit and enjoy, there are seating areas and a small playground with fantastic views of Carlingford Lough, the Mountains of Mourne and Slieve Foye.
Dotted throughout the Carlingford Folkpark are storyboards with miniture replicas and art installments which help you learn about the local myths and legends. So enjoy your Zero Cost Stroll around the area along the sea depicting the folklore stories of the area, Proposal stones, and fairy village.
Carlingford is a coastal town in the northern part of Ireland.
It still has its medieval layout noticeable by the narrow lanes and small streets. It dates back to the 12th century.
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