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  1. Augustinian Abbey Adare

    Adare, Limerick

    Found just 20km southwest of Limerick, the village of Adare has a rich ecclesiastical history. It once had three monasteries, the second of which was the Augustinian abbey, founded by John, Earl of Kildare, in 1315. Read more

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  2. Glasha Lake Fisheries

    Athea, Limerick

    Glasha Lake is a beautiful well maintained brown trout lake located in Athea, County Limerick. It is stocked with brown trout from 1lb to 20lb to test the skills of the best anglers. Read more

  3. Hook & Ladder Cafe

    Limerick City, Limerick

    Hook & Ladder “Living Café” is an Irish owned business, located in Sarsfield Street in Limerick. It offers customers a variety of store concepts under one roof - café, cookery school, furniture and home accessories store. Read more

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  4. Limerick Drive

    Limerick City, Limerick

    This drive begins in the bustling city of Limerick and brings you through a green and fertile land where livestock graze and visitors take their time. Read more

  5. Limerick Medieval Walking Trail

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The early Medieval City was established on the southern tip of King’s Island. Explore Limerick through the Medieval Walking Trail. Read more

  6. Freddys Bistro

    Limerick City, Limerick

    This nineteenth century restaurant in historical Theatre Lane prides itself on a cosy intimate atmosphere. Serves traditional Irish and Italian cuisine along with various seafood dishes and the option of vegetarian meals. Read more

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  7. Glenquin Castle

    Abbeyfeale, Limerick

    Gleann an Choim which is Irish for Glen of the Shelter and is located in the village of Killeedy, County Limerick. It is one of the finest tower houses to survive from the 16th century and is open to the public during the summer months. Read more

  8. Boskill Equestrian Centre

    Caherconlish, Limerick

    Boskill, a family run equestrian centre and livery yard situated just outside Caherconlish in Co. Limerick. An adorable collection of horses and ponies which are used for pleasure riding, showjumping, cross country and trekking all year round. Read more

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  9. Glenisca Trail

    Askeaton, Limerick

    This trail circles northwards in an anticlockwise direction on forest track and path, narrow in places and with some uneven surfaces, loose stones and features such as protruding roots, dips and hollows. Read more

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  10. Limerick City Slí na Sláinte - The Three Bridges

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The Three Bridges Slí na Sláinte is a 3.6km route which starts at the Tourist Information Office on Arthurs Quay. Read more

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