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Cavan Caven is located in the north of the island (but in the Republic of Ireland). Cavan is perhaps best known as the lakeland county and it is well known that there is at least a lake for every day of the year. The Cavan area has been inhabited for over 5,000 years and there is much evidence of these early Cavan people throughout the county. The West Cavan area is particularly rich in archaeological sites. Throughout County Cavan many people lived on artificial islands or Crannogs, many of which were used for hundreds of years. With museums, award winning restaurants and championship golf courses, County Cavan has something for everyone.

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Lakelands Caravan and Camping Park

Tel: 042-69488
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Shercock lies in the centre of Cavan's Drumlin Belt. The scenic landscape is dominated by small but steep hills (known as drumlins) with lakes and bogs in between. 

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Lough Ramor Caravan And Camping Park

Tel: +353 (0)87 282 5976
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The site is located 0.5 kms off the N3 route, 5km south of Virginia on the scenic shores of Lough Ransor. It is popular for angling and boating. Nearby are the historical sites of Newgrange, Lough Crew and Hill of Tara. Close by are restaurants, pubs and shops. Facilities include toliets and...

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