River Cruise Banagher
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The riverside town of Banagher, which means, "Ford of the Rocks" is located in the Shannon crossing and was originally a small port in the 18th century. It was once home to such literary greats as Anthony Trollope and Charlotte Bronte & also William Wilde the father of Oscar Wilde.
Banagher is an ideal base for touring Ireland. Its main attractiveness is it's complete nature made up of beautiful rivers. A fisherman's paradise with the River Shannon, Brosna, Lough Derg, Lough Allen and the Grand Canal. Offaly's unpolluted waters is home to all types of fish-salmon, perch, pike, brown trout, bream, eels, roach and rudd. Banagher is home to the Course Angling Centre, which holds annual competitions for clubs in April and May as well as September and October each year.
The area is unspoilt, the traffic moderate and most importantly, the people in the countryside, towns and village are friendly. For evening entertainment Banagher offers a selection of pubs and restaurants.
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