Naas, the county town, is one the main road from Dublin to Cork, Limerick and Waterford. In early times it was the seat of the kings of Leinster, and the North Mote is the site of the ancient royal palace. Saint Patrick visited here and is said to havecamped on the site of the present Protestant parish church. The town was fortified by the Normans and pundered in 1316 by Robert and Edward Bruce. A Norman castle, once part of the towns fortifications, has been converted into the modern Church of Ireland rectory.

 Activities in Naas

Department Stores
Prescots Shop Tackle Dealer
Craft Spun Yarns

Equestrian Centres
Borehard Livery Yard
Osberstown Riding Centre
Coilog Eventing

Equestrian Holidays
Punchestown National Centre For Equestrian And Field Sports

Golf Courses
Naas Golf Club

Leisure Centres And Gyms
Caragh Sports And Social Club

Pleasure Cruising
Lowtown Cruisers

Walking Routes Not Guided
Robertstown Countryside Walk
Robertstown Local Walk


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