Within a two minute walk of the bustling main street of Naas, Co Kildare lies a spur from the Grand Canal that extends right through the length of the town. This part of the canal was originally built to transport grain from the Odlum's mill in Sallins, to the Guinness brewery in Dublin. It was then extended to serve the market town of Naas and is now one of its most valued recreational assets. From walking, to fishing, to bird watching the Naas Canal is a perfect spot to take a few minutes out from a busy day.
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