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Directions to Courtown Harbour (Courtown Harbour) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Courtown Harbour

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What are the closest stations to Courtown Harbour?

The closest stations to Courtown Harbour are:

  • Courtown Harbour is 241 meters away, 4 min walk.

Which Bus lines stop near Courtown Harbour?

These Bus lines stop near Courtown Harbour: 2, 740.

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Public Transportation to Courtown Harbour in Courtown Harbour

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Courtown Harbour, Courtown Harbour
Courtown Harbour, Courtown Harbour Courtown (Irish: Baile na Cúirte, meaning "homestead of the court"), is a village which developed after Lord Courtown ordered the construction of a harbour during the Famine years, 1839-1846. The economic boost of the new harbour led to a small village developing with fishing being the primary economy of the village. Courtown is situated on the Irish Sea coast and with the recent development during the "Celtic Tiger" years, has merged into the adjoining village of Riverchapel. It lies on the R742 regional road. The name Courtown originally applied to a townland in North Wexford, 4 kilometres east of Gorey town. The townland was home to the seat of Lord Courtown during the 18th and 19th centuries. Courtown House was demolished in 1962. The remains of his private church and cemetery can still be seen in the townland. Today it is home to Courtown Golf Club and Kiltennel Church. In recent years significant urbanisation has taken place, especially in Riverchapel, just south of Courtown Harbour. Large housing estates are now home to commuters working in Dublin. While the population of Courtown remains quite small, the census combines the area of Courtown, Riverchapel and Ardamine. As of the 2006 Census the population of this area was 1421. Courtown is home to 'The Dinky Take-Away', serving the "best chips in Ireland", as voted on Marty Whelan's morning show on the 2FM radio station. The town features crazy golf, amusement rides, ten-pin bowling, a golf course, as well as a beach and forest park. Courtown is also home to a Class D RNLI inshore lifeboat. Courtown also has a confectionary shop known as Candyland, a small ice-cream shop in the middle of the carpark opposite Flanagans amusement centre. There is also a unisex hair salon and a female hair salon called Revive as you enter into the town.
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