Navan, the county town of Meath, is in pleasant undulating country at the meeting of the Boyne and Blackwater Rivers, with a recently developed industry deriving from mineral deposits. Navan is now one of the major centres for furniture manufacture in the country. Navan is of great antiquity, but it was as a palatine town of the English settlers that it became important. It was walled and fortified by Hugh de Lacy, and became an outpost in the defences of the Pale. Charters of incorporation were granted by English kings down to the 17th century. Activities in Navan include tennis, horseriding, greyhound racing and angling.

 Activities in Navan

Cycling Routes Not Guided
Through The Royal County Cycling Tour

Department Stores
Navan Shopping Centre

Equestrian Centres
The Borallion Riding Centre
Bachelors Lodge Equestrian Centre

Game Fishing
Skane River
Navan And District Angling

Golf Courses
Royal Tara Golf Club
Moor Park Golf Club
Navan Golf Club

Pitch And Put
Castletown Pitch And Putt Club
Navan Pitch And Putt Club


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