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At Cloncannon Biofarm on the picturesque western slopes of the Devils' Bit mountain, just 8km from Moneygall village, they share the knowledge, food and fun of growing in harmony with Nature and exploring the various habitats.
The Nenagh Slí na Sláinte is 6km in length and starts at the junction of Banba Square and O’Rahilly Street.
Cashel Heritage Centre is on the main road in Cashel Town. It features a model of the town as it was during the 17th century.
Paddy’s Bar is located on the north eastern shore of Lough Derg in the award winning village of Terryglass near where the Shannon enters the lough.
Family run mountain and hill walking provider. 25 years experience guiding in Ireland and overseas. One day or longer trips available. Generous discounts for large groups. Climbing gear provided. Airport transfers on request.
The Glen of Aherlow stretches from the N24 south of Tipperary Town through unspoilt countryside affording some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable. From the mapboard in the green area climb onto the road and go to the Christ the King statue.
Fairy Fort Farm, in Borrisoleigh County Tipperary, is comprised of a traditional-style animal farm, a fairy fort (to make wishes on), the Blue Star Hostel and self-catering cottages.
This loop is the longest of three that start and finish at the trailhead in the middle of the village.
The Nenagh Heritage Centre and Museum, set in a 19th Century gaol in Nenagh County Tipperary, recreates and unlocks history.
Found in County Tipperary just outside Clonmel, St Patrick’s Well continues to be a place of pilgrimage as well as a popular tourist attraction. It is one of the largest wells in Ireland and features an early-Christian, Celtic-style cross.
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