Charlestown has a wide range of activities available to visitors in the area, with golfing, fishing in the local lakes and rivers, cycling trips, and mapped walking routes.
You can also explore the many archaeological remains in the area.
Barnacahoge Stone Fort, situated about five miles from Charlestown, dates back to the seventh or eighth century.
St. Attracta’s Well is probably the best known relic of St. Attracta’s ancient mission in the fifth century and is located in Tample, 2 miles from Charlestown.
Tample graveyard has the famous Costelloe Tomb located there.
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