To prove how much we know our food in these parts, Tipperary was the only county to scoop three awards at the prestigious Good Food Ireland Awards 2010.
Our tip is simple - sample the winners fare at The Old Convent, Clogheen; Larkin’s Bar and Restaurant, Garrykennedy; James Whelan Butchers, Clonmel and Cashel Blue, Fethard.
You'll find there’s plenty of things to do in Tipperary...
In Tipperary, we know golf and we know golfers. What you’ll find is a selection of challenging, scenic courses testing you as a golfer and welcoming you as a visitor. We’ll see you on the 19th hole!
For as long as we can remember, horses and Tipperary have been inextricably linked. As the home of some of the world’s most famous racehorses and the base for many of Ireland’s most experienced jockeys and trainers, the equestrian world is a serious business in these parts. There are AIRE approved equestrian centers in Tipperary where you can try your hand at horse riding or trek through the hills and mountains in Tipperary.
Whether on foot or on your bike, we want you to take in all of Tipperary’s natural beauty. Long hikes or country strolls, gentle cycles or mountain biking, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the attractions in Tipperary. Some of the best national looped walks and waymarked way walks in Ireland are located in Tipperary which can be enjoyed while taking in some of our attractions along the way like Nenagh Castle, The Lough Derg Way and Holycross Abbey.
Even though we are an inland county in Ireland, Tipperary has a long tradition in water sports and the provision of water sports facilities. Situated beside Lough Derg, one of Ireland’s largest lakes and in close proximity to the River Shannon, there is a wide range of water sports and angling options for the visitor to Tipperary. Things to do around the lake include canoeing, sailing, kayaking, swimming, waterskiing, cruising and more.
With playgrounds, festivals and swimming pools all over the county, there is so many things to do in Tipperary for children.
Some of the best attractions in Ireland are free to visit and in Tipperary we have plenty to offer. Don’t miss our recommendations on what attractions in Tipperary to visit while you are staying here and looking for things to do in Ireland.
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