Explore Tipperary

Right in the heart of Ireland there’s a land waiting to be explored. Ancient castles, mysterious caves, inspiring views, fun outdoor activities, soothing forest walks and relaxing fishing spots. From families to groups, this land offers a true change of scenery whether you have a week or afternoon to fill. Only an hour from Cork and two hours from Dublin, it’s never a long way to Tipperary.

Griston Bog

Experience wildlife first hand from a .5km boardwalk through bog, fen, ponds, and woodland with features such as a bird feeding station, birdhide, insect hotel and pond-dipping facility.


Explore breathtaking scenery interspersed with hidden gems of culture, heritage and nature on a cycle tour through the Knockmealdown and Galtee region.

Duck Pond Loop

With a tranquil looped walk around seven interlinked ponds, the wildlife sanctuary at Kildanogue offers the opportunity to observe wildlife in an unspoiled natural habitat.

Rock of Cashel

Alive with history and legends, this medieval site, spectacularly positioned on an outcrop of limestone overlooking the Golden Vale was once the traditional seat of the Kings of Munster.


The unpolluted waters of the River Suir and its tributaries, combined with the rural landscape of Tipperary provide an idyllic setting for angling between 17 March and 30 September.

Mitchelstown Cave

Journey into a world where time stands still in the magical underground caverns at Mitchelstown Cave, filled with stalactites, stalagmites, calcite columns and amazing acoustics.

Glen of Aherlow

A lush valley between the Galtee Mountains and the wooded ridge of Slievenamuck, the Glen of Aherlow features scenic tracks and trails alongside prehistoric and early Christian sites.

Liam Lynch Loop

Taking in views of the Knockmealdown Mountains and the plains below, this 12km loop winds through forest roads and along the shoulder of Crohan Mountain and the Glengalla River.