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Known as the orchard county due to the number of apple growers, Lough Neagh, road bowls, sailing, boating, walking, golf and heritage sites.

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Armagh - The Orchard County

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County Armagh, while being the smallest of the six counties in Northern Ireland, has no shortage of history, culture and striking scenery. Known as the ‘Orchard County’, Armagh is famous for growing apple trees and each year the countryside is dominated by the beautiful sight of apple trees in bloom. Armagh City is an extremely interesting location and can be appreciated best with a guided walking tour taking in all the historical sites around you.

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Armagh is the perfect location for any sports and adventure enthusiast. The county is a perfect setting for sailing, boating and many other water based activities. Lough Neagh and Carlingford Lough are very popular among visitors who seek adventure activities. There are also plenty of excellent golf courses and walking trails throughout the county. 

History and Heritage

Armagh is brimming with history and heritage. Armagh City prides itself on having two Cathedrals, St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral and St. Patrick’s RC Cathedral. This City is a spiritual capital with St. Patrick starting his Christian mission here. The Navan Centre is also a major historical site in County Armagh which interprets one of Ireland’s ancient monuments, Navan Fort, the ancient capital and seat of the Kings of Ulster. 

Why not choose a B&B accommodation when visiting County Armagh. You can expect a warm welcome, comfortable surroundings and delicious food. Your hosts are from the locality and will be able to help you plan your itinerary making sure you don’t miss out on all the best places.

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