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Clogherhead is 12km from the town of Drogheda, which can be accessed off the M1 Dublin/Belfast motorway.
Take the road from Drogheda to Termonfeckin and continue on to Clogherhead village.
Clogherhead offers so much to both locals and visitors with plenty to see and do all year round.
Clogherhead peninsula located just north of the village is designated a Natural Heritage Area under the 1997 Louth County Development Plan.
The headland affords uninterrupted views of the Cooley and Mourne Mountains 30km to the north and to Lambay Island 35km to the south.
It is a preferred location for all types of activities including, fishing, walking, sightseeing and water based activities.
The village is in close proximity to the historic town of Drogheda, the Boyne Valley and Newgrange Heritage site.
It is an excellent location for a weekend break or a longer holiday for touring the many other attractions of the county.
The village developed around the fishing industry with the waters of Clogherhead reputed as being the best fishing waters in the country.
The harbour, known as Port Oriel was built in 1885.
It was extensively enlarged and re-opened in 2007.