Moira

The village with its wide main street and buildings festooned with flowers for much of the year, is a record breaking winner of the "Britain in Bloom" awards. Every shop, house, courtyard and archway of this lovely little country town has its own baskets and boxes of brilliant colour. There are also notable examples of Georgian architecture including the former town hall and the elegant St John's Parish Church. The town, although having grown in size over recent years, retains a feeling of intimacy and completeness and the main street is well served by numerous excellent restaurants, pubs and coffee shops. Moira Station is Ireland's oldest working station house; it's a good starting point for walking the Lagan Canal towpath to Soldierstown and Aghale

 Activities in Moira

Bird Watching
Oxford Island

Equestrian Centres
Lime Park Equestrian Centre

 


 
 
 
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