About Dundalk & Blackrock About half way between Dublin and Belfast, lies the northernmost town of the province of Leinster - Dundalk. The greater Dundalk area has strong connections with the mythical hero Cuchulainn who is said to have lived in the area. Dundalk is also of Norman foundation and grew up around the Motte and Bailey of Castletown. The town was a significant market town throughout the middle ages. Today Dundalk is the administrative centre of the county. For centuries initiative and industry have been part of local life in Dundalk testament to its continual growth and the enterprise of its inhabitants. Impressive buildings line the streets and fold around the corners of its gentle streetscapes. The town boasts a range of quality accommodation and a superb choice of leisure and conference facilities, greyhound racing at the Dundalk Stadium as well as many top-quality golf courses, including Dundalk Golf Club.
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