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Shannon Estuary R.I.B Tours located in Foynes, County Limerick caters for people who want to experience the thrill and adventure of power boating on the River Shannon.
Located in the heart of Adare, County Limerick, the Lucy Erridge craft shop and gallery specialises in rich, colourful designer knits.
Black’s Lake is located on the Derryhippo River, which flows south from Creggs Village nearby. It is a very small lake within 2kms of the River Suck.
The Knocklong Slí na Sláinte is 2.7km in length and starts at the Community Centre.
Michael Flannerys Traditional Irish Bar is located at the heart of the market quarter in Limerick City Centre. The bar offers warmth of atmosphere and ambience, enveloped in stone, brick and dark wood furnishings of old.
Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel is located in Adare, County Limerick. Within the hotel, Reva’s Spa offers a range of treatments and therapies which leaves guests feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Thomond Park is the home ground of Munster Rugby, one of the most successful and best supported rugby clubs in the world.
Askeaton Pool & Leisure have a beautiful Swimming pool & Gymnasium for you to use. Just off the N69, Askeaton is a 25 minute drive from Limerick City.
The 211km Mouth of the Shannon Cycling Tour goes through the plains of north Kerry and Limerick. The region is bordered to the west by the ocean, to the north by the estuary of the River Shannon and low mountains and farmlands to the east and south.
Traditional Irish bar, serving quality food/drink in a relaxed convivial atmosphere. Situated in the heart of Limerick City, craft beers and ciders are served as well as a wide selection of Irish Whiskeys. Just off the main artery of O'Connell St.
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