my monaghan


My Monaghan – a series of engaging, quirky and very real videos, showcase what makes County Monaghan truly unique – and through the stories, secrets and observations of our own local people, our county is finding its voice in the most compelling of ways.

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Dromore River Tours

Busy Bee Ceramics

Conor Mee

Paula McCaul

Swallow Studios

Brehon Brewhouse

John McArdle

Blasta Street Kitchen

Sammy Leslie

Rossmore Drumlin Giants

Knockatallon Ramblers

Drumlin Trails

Mullaghmore Equestrian Centre

My Monaghan Lace

Steven Murphy

Hilton Park


Monaghan Country Music

Rally School Ireland

Seamie McKenna

Relaxing in the Clones Erne East Blackwater Region

Family Fun in the Clones Erne East Blackwater Region

Angling in the Clones Erne East Blackwater Region

Heritage & Culture in the Clones Erne East Blackwater Region

Catch a fishing break in Castleblayney & South Armagh


Castleblayney & South Armagh

Famed for its spectacular beauty, it’s no wonder that the magical Lough Muckno and Ring of Gullion area is fast becoming such a magnet for visitors. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Ring of Gullion in South Armagh is famous as the source of many powerful Irish myths. Known as the ‘Killarney of the North’, Muckno is based around the largest lake in County Monaghan.

There are so many ways to enjoy this idyllic natural wonderland. Choose from a range of exhilarating outdoor activities from hill walking and mountain climbing to woodland rambles, boating, water-skiing, horse riding, golfing and some of the finest angling on the island of Ireland.

The sublime Slieve Gullion Pathway has been specially created to suit all ages and abilities. Take the path to the mystical ancient cairn at the top of Slieve Gullion for a truly spiritual experience and gaze around you at the breathtaking views that stretch for miles. Children will adore the fabulous new adventure play area in the foothills of the mountain too.

Family Fun in Castleblayney & South Armagh

Just minutes from the charming town of Catleblayney, the serene Lough Muckno attracts nature ramblers, sports enthusiasts, families and anglers alike to enjoy its wooded walks, picnic areas, boating, golfing and world-class angling, not to mention its state-of-the-art new adventure play area.

Relax in the Great Outdoors in Castleblayney & South Armagh

So easy to get to and around, this beautiful region offers everything from mountains, lakes and woods to a wide range of activities for all. There’s so much more to enjoy while you’re here too, such as welcoming pubs, restaurants and coffee shops, enticing spas, fine hotels and fascinating museums. So come along, meet the locals and enjoy the wonderful attractions and scenery of this unique area for a truly unforgettable experience.

Welcome to Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan

Showcasing the very best of Castleblayney. A great place to live, work and visit. View the video at HERE at Castleblayney Regeneration #visitcastleblayney #shopcastleblayney #loveourtown #loughmuckno Video by P I X I L media

St. Macartan's Cathedral, Monaghan town aerial footage