Whatever the weather and whatever your level of ability, you can enjoy Tipperary by canoe, bike, on horseback or from the river bank. Whether it's golf or shopping, exploring ancient caves or hang-gliding - there's plenty for all the family to do!
Explore breathtaking scenery interspersed with hidden gems of culture, heritage and nature on a cycle tour through the Knockmealdown and Galtee region.
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.
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.
Take a trip along part of the beautiful Suir River, one of Tipperary’s best kept secrets and see a different perspective on life as you travel downstream from Cahir to Ardfinnan.
A restored 19th Century grainstore, the Craft Granary in Cahir is the place in Tipperary to find high quality hand crafts from Craft Council of Ireland members.