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Naas, the retail capital and county town of Kildare, is home to a wide range of activities for visitors and residents including horse racing, golfing, theatre, cinema, swimming, children’s play centres, bowling, canal walks and many nightlife establishments.

The streets of Naas host variety of coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, hotels and a famous farmers market, along with being known as the gourmet capital of Kildare with internationally renowned bars and restaurants. Naas is also home to the ladies designer fashion boutiques in the center of the town and is now established as a cosmopolitan town with the population exceeding twenty thousand people.

Located 32 kilometres south of Ireland’s capital city centre on the M7 also just 40 minutes from Dublin Airport and Dublin Docks for easy access. The nearest train station is located in Sallins town which is 3 kilometres from Naas Town and is serviced by a feeder bus from Naas town centre.

Steeped in history, the Gaelic, Nás na Riogh means “Place of Assembly of the Kings. The town hosts historic buildings such as the Moat Theatre building, an early 19th century Court House, The Royal Canal, opened in Naas in 1788 , and historic Georgian buildings such as Palmerstown House Estate, built in the late 18th century and an old corn mill at Victoria Bridge, which operated as a milling site since the 14th century.

For the sporting enthusiasts, Naas, located in the Thoroughbred county of Kildare, is home to two world famous horse racing courses, Punchestown and Naas, along with leading bloodstock organisations such as Horse Racing Ireland, Goffs Bloodstock Sales, Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Weatherbys Ireland and Horse Sport Ireland located in the vicinity. Also available locally are equestrian activities, off road driving, golf, Mondello motor racing track, along with Rugby, GAA, Soccer, Cycling and walking trails

The town in Naas comprises of people from the four corners of the globe. Young and old everyone has a place in the community. The strong bond of the community encourages all types of activities on a daily basis from in door to outdoor which embraces the younger and older members.
The Administrative capital of County Kildare, Naas town is host to all kinds of industrial enterprises such as The Queally Group, The Kerry Group and Enfer Scientific.

Naas a great place to shop, visit, live!!


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