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  1. Marl Bog

    Dundrum, Tipperary

    Marl Bog is a section of Dundrum Forest which is centred around Dundrum village in County Tipperary. It consists of a mixed woodland and a man-made lake. There are a number of walking trails and a great variety of flora and fauna. Read more

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  2. Gortavoher

    Glen Of Aherlow, Tipperary

    Gortavoher forest is 5km south of Tipperary Town on the R664 road to the Glen of Aherlow. The area is steeped in history and folklore. There are a multitude of forest walks to choose from, a nature park to explore and great views of the Galty. Read more

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  3. Castlelough

    Portroe, Tipperary

    Castlelough is west of Nenag and 5km from Portroe village. There is a car park, picnic tables, water skiing, fishing and cruises on the River Shannon. Castleough also has lakeshore walking trails through the conifer and broadleaf plantation. Read more

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  4. Caher Park

    Cahir, Tipperary

    Caher Park is situated on the limestone escarpment which rises above the Suir Valley, in County Tipperary. Located next to the River Suir it comprises of broadleaf woodland which includes the presence of an ancient stand of yew trees. Read more

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  5. Art and Healing Centre - Nenagh

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    The Art and Healing Centre is located in the heart of Ireland, in north Tipperary. It is a peaceful spot, the perfect setting for connecting with nature and relaxing away from it all. Read more

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  6. Roscrea Castle, Church, High Cross and Round Tower

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    The Town of Roscrea in County Tipperary is home to a number of fascinating monuments, such as a 13th-century castle, and St Cronan’s Church, cross and round tower. Read more

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  7. Monaincha Church

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    Monaincha Church is found just 2.5km from the historic town of Roscrea, County Tipperary. It is situated on land that was once an island in a bog. The 12th-century church features a finely decorated doorway and a cancel arch made from sandstone. Read more

  8. Rock of Cashel

    Cashel, Tipperary

    The Rock of Cashel, found in County Tipperary, is an iconic ecclesiastical site and one of Ireland’s top attractions. The group of medieval buildings are located near the centre of Cashel Town and offer stunning vistas of the area’s farmlands. Read more

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  9. Athassel Abbey

    Golden, Tipperary

    Near the village of Golden in County Tipperary, visitors will find Athassel Abbey, an Augustinian monastery established in the 12th century and dedicated to St Edmund. It is the largest medieval priory found in Ireland. Read more

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  10. Franciscan Friary Tipperary

    Roscrea, Tipperary

    The Franciscan friary in Roscrea, County Tipperary was established in the 15th century. It featured a house, dormitory, prior’s chamber, chapel, cemetery, garden and orchards. Today, the remains are incorporated into a modern Roman Catholic church. Read more

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