Mullingar

Mullingar comes from the Irish "An Muilleann Cearr" which means the wyr mill or the left hand wise moving mill. It is derived from the legend of Saint Colman of Lynn in the 7th century. Mullingar is located near to the lakes of the midlands, such as Lough Owel, Lough Ennell, Lough Derravaragh and Lough Lee. It is the ideal location for tourists interested in fishing and water sports. There is also golf and horse riding available locally. The population of the town, according to the 1996 cenus, is 12,196, which rises to over 30,000 within a 16km radius.

 Activities in Mullingar

Clay Pigeon Shooting
Lakelands Shooting Centre

Department Stores
O Malleys Fishing Tackle Shop
O Callaghans Outdoor Pursuits Shop

Equestrian Centres
Ladestown House Riding Stables

Equestrian Holidays
Mullingar Equestrian Centre

Game Fishing
Lough Ennell
Mount Dalton Lake
Lough Owel
Doolans Boat Hire
Boat Hire Mrs Doolan
Boat Hire Micheal Flannagan
Boat Hire Eileen Hope

Golf Courses
Mullingar Golf Club

Pitch And Put
Lough Owel Pitch And Putt

Sailing
Mullingar Sailing Club

Sea Fishing
Shannon Regional Fisheries Board

Swimming Pools And Waterparks
Mullingar Swimming Pool

Walking Tours Guided
Walking At Donore Wood

 


 
 
 
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