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Our Romeo & Juliet

As a boy growing up between Dublin and the North Commons the long woman was commonly used in our... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2018
P7525JEkenb
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Dublin, Ireland
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A must if you like a good walk

The story about the brothers is a tall tale but worth a listen, beautiful location with excellent... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2016
paddy b
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Newry, United Kingdom
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15 Aug 2018
“Our Romeo & Juliet”
10 Jul 2016
“A must if you like a good walk”
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Windy Gap, Omeath | Dundalk, Omeath, Ireland
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Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

As a boy growing up between Dublin and the North Commons the long woman was commonly used in our vocabulary as an description of an area no more, the story eluded us as kids as we had better things to be doing. Suffice to say...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2016

The story about the brothers is a tall tale but worth a listen, beautiful location with excellent walks and breathtaking scenery

4  Thank paddy b
Reviewed 15 June 2016

This is the grave of a noble Spanish woman who married an Irish warrior. The drive to the grave takes you up meandering roads through the mountains with breathtaking views of Carlingford Lough.

1  Thank Patricia L
Reviewed 26 May 2016

The story of the Long Woman is a great legend, one of the many myths and legends in the Omeath area. The are great views, mountain hiking and drives in and around the grave, up in the mountains.

3  Thank Geo-Cooks
Reviewed 29 February 2016 via mobile

We went here for a family picnic. It was pouring rain and the wind was howling but we went ahead with our plans! "The Longwoman's Grave" can be seen in the carpark area as you pull in off the main road. There are a couple...More

2  Thank 630mel
Reviewed 28 January 2016

visited it on a regular visit to the mountains, Nice work done on the area. think there could be more signage to promote the area.

1  Thank Brendan J M
Reviewed 20 October 2015

This is a very beautiful area of County Louth, there is a lone grave at the top of a pass there, with an old story behind it of a very tall woman buried there...the grave isn't much, but the views around there are fantastic.

1  Thank MattyboyLeiden
Reviewed 30 June 2015

You can see the Long Woman's Grave memorial in the parking lot, but there's a hiking path up the mountain that is simply gorgeous! If you're physically fit enough for it, definitely do it! For example, my wife and I along with our two kids...More

5  Thank DKPuck
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