Banagher is a town located in the midlands on the western edge of County Offaly in the province of Leinster, on the banks of the River Shannon. The name Banagher comes from its Irish name which translates to English as "the place of the pointed rocks on the Shannon". Banagher was a town of 3,000 people at the height of its economic growth in the mid-19th century. The current population is just over half of that figure, at about 1,600.
Banagher lies on the River Shannon so you can get in by boat.
Easiest way to get in is by car.
Walk or cycle
Go sailing on the River Shannon