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Tipperary Tourism Website

Revitalise yourself in the fertile vales of Tipperary: an undiscovered wonder of Ireland’s Ancient East with landscapes to take your breath away.

There are so many spectacular sights to see in the farming heartland of Ireland: the majestic Galtee and Knockmealdown Mountains; historic landmarks such as the Rock of Cashel, Cahir Castle, Ormond Castle and Holycross Abbey; and so many delightful towns and villages.

Discover Tipperary for yourself. Here, pilgrim paths and heritage towns are the backdrops to rolling mountains, which are brought to life by beautiful tracks and

trails and engaging local folklore. Explore stunning valleys and unspoilt hillsides, wander off the beaten track and lose yourself in nature.

Immerse yourself in 5,000 years of history and culture. Mingle with the locals, whose ancestry can be traced back to these lands for generations. Partake and enjoy our hospitality. Tipperary has something to offer for the whole family: whether you are looking to stay at a cosy hotel or country house, looking to experience an authentic Irish pub or café, or you just want to revel in the natural surroundings by taking a relaxing river cruise on Lough Derg or a walk along Suir Blueway Tipperary.

Relax and enjoy our hospitality while savouring the flavours of the Golden Vale and beyond, sampling the artisan produce of this rich and fertile land in our outstanding selection of restaurants. You are sure to leave feeling refreshed and fulfilled. Make our home your home.

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Discover Lough Derg

Embrace magnificent scenery, tranquil lakeland vistas, outdoor adventure and heritage galore along Lough Derg’s spectacular shores.

Nestled between counties Clare, Tipperary and Galway, Lough Derg’s 179km of idyllic shoreline boasts something for everyone.

Go wild on lush walking and cycling trails, make a splash with canoeing, waterskiing, kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding, or simply let time stand still as you sail, cruise or fish.

Munster Vales

Hike to the five highest points of the Munster Vales to experience unrivalled vistas - lush valleys, surging rivers, cascading waterfalls, rugged coastline - a millennia-old landscape, the origin of Ireland's great legends and folklore. Bike through deep cut gorges, gaze on shimmering lakes, breathe the pure air and immerse mind and body in the natural, unspoiled beauty of our lands.

Museum of Hidden History

This is a state-of-the-art visitor experience in the civic centre of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. Completely re-imagined and redesigned, the new Museum brings Tipperary’s rich hidden history vividly to life through characters, stories and is one of the largest museum collections in Ireland. 

Tipperary Museum’s collection was first founded in the 1940’s and was the first purpose-built Local Authority County Museum in Ireland.