Lucan is a suburb of County Dublin. Lying to the west it is about 13K from the city centre. The suburb is situated where the Rivers Liffey and Griffeen come together. It is an attractive old town retains surrounded by a number of relatively new housing developments. These new areas are to the east from Lucan village towards the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and southeast towards the Clondalkin area.
To the west of Lucan is the Spa Hotel that overlooks the main N4 dual carriageway. The hotel is named after the sulphur spa that was discovered in the eighteenth century nearby on the banks of the River Liffey. The famous Irish patriot, Patrick Sarsfield, was created Earl of Lucan in 1691 by King James II. The local GAA club is therefore know as Lucan Sarsfields.
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