Rock of Cashel
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Cashel, Co Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
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.
One of Ireland’s most visited sites, the Rock of Cashel is a spectacular collection of medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale. The ruins include a 12th-century round tower, high cross, Romanesque chapel, 13th-century Gothic cathedral, 15th-century castle and the Hall of the Vicars. It is believed to be the place where St Patrick converted the King of Munster in the 5th century.
The Rock of Cashel, also known as St Patrick’s Rock, is located just 500 metres from the centre of Cashel Town, County Tipperary. The site includes an audio-visual show and exhibitions.
Please note this is a very busy site and visitors may experience a delay during the summer months.