County Leitrim is in the western province of Connacht.

Lough Melvin is internationally renowned for its unique range of plants and animals.
Lough Allen is very scenic especially from the road between Leitrim Village and Drumkeeran
Lough Gill is in the northwest part.

Towns include:
Ballinamore, Carrick-on-Shannon, Carrigallen andManorhamilton

The county seat is Carrick-on-Shannon which is a highly developed river port on the River Shannon and many tourists hire cruising boats here to explore the Shannon and the Shannon-Erne Waterway.

The N15 (Sligo-Leitrim-Donegal), N16 (Sligo-Leitrim-Enniskillen) and N4 (Sligo-Leitrim-Dublin) national roads.

Stations in Leitrim on the Dublin to Sligo line include Dromod and Carrick-on-Shannon

By the Shannon and Shannon-Erne Waterway much of Leitrim is accessible by boat.

Leitrim suffered severely in  the Great Famine and the population declined badly.

Coal mining became prominent in the 19th century  in Sliabh an Iariann and  Arigna  on the Roscommon border.

Leitrim  is an unspoiled, tranquil area of great natural beauty, consisting of mountains, valleys, pastures, lakes, rolling hills and rivers.

Leitrim is bordered by Donegal to the north, Fermanagh to the northeast, and Cavan to the east,  Longford to the south and, to the west Roscommon and Sligo.

Leitrim offers scenic views of Lough Allen and the River Shannon.
The Shannon is linked to the Erne via the Shannon-Erne Waterway
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