Tír na nOg is an ideal base for visiting our Castles & Natural Heritage also for the active holidays of Golfing. A haven for Heritage Tipperary boasts some of Ireland’s most famous historical monuments and castles .You can take a trip of our walled towns or immerse yourself in the mythology and history of our glens and vales.
- Rock of Cashel
- Brú Ború Theatre/Craft Centre
- Guiness Bar
- Bolton Library
- Dominican Abbey
- Hore Abbey
- Cahir Castle
- Mitchelstown Cave
- Ormonde Castle in Carrick-on-Suir
- The main Guard & West Gate Clonmel
- Holy Cross Abbey
- Fethard Wall Town
Cashel, Cahir , Clonmel Carrick-on-Suir, & Tipperary, boast a wealth of shopping streets, fine-dining restaurants, pubs, family fare and interesting places. If sport is your thing, some of the world's most beautiful golf courses are waiting to be discovered in Tipperary.
With magical settings that capture the imagination, tee off in style at some of the county's magnificent golf courses.- What you will find is a selection of challenging courses testing you as a golfer and welcoming you as a visitor. You get a real chance to combine sport with leisure Tipperary is also one of Ireland's premier horseracing centre’s where you will find the world famous Coolmore Stud and Ballydoyle Racing Stables and three major racecourses at Clonmel, Thurles and Tipperary.
Experience the great outdoors. Whether you are on foot or your bike you can take in all of Tipperary natural beauty. You may just want to wander down forest trails, taking in all the unspoilt scenery or take large tracts of lush, unspoilt countryside
Tipperary is a paradise for those with a taste for adventure. The Glen of Aherlow, Galtee Mountains, Bansha Woods and the Vee on the Knockmealdown- Walks suitable for all levels of experience.
For the Anglers, there are numerous options all over the county. The the River Suir which rises in the Devils Bit Mountain before flowing through Tipperary is well stocked with Salmon & Brown trout.