Visitor Guides and Media Content

Guides, Apps and media to help you get familiar with Tipperary

Visitor Guides and Media

Below you will find a range of our travel guides that will be useful during your visit to Tipperary. These guides are also available at the various Visitor Information Offices throughout the County.

Take Time to Discover Tipperary

Take Time to Discover Tipperary.
There are so 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 and Holycross Abbey and so many delightful towns and villages.

There is so much to see and do in Tipperary.

Walk The Tipperary 10

You will see a stamp area beside each map in your Adventure Passport. Simply present the map at any participating B&B, Shop, Restaurant, Pub or café along the route and have it stamped with a ‘Tipperary 10’ stamp

The Butler Trail Guide

Carrick-on-Suir is a beautiful and historic town where the Butler Family grew to power. The Butlers first settled here in the 13th century. Thomas ‘Black Tom’ Butler, 10th Earl of Ormond (1532-1614) was the most colourful and influential family member who lived here.

The Derrynaflan Trail

Welcome to the Derrynaflan Trail, a driving trail that will take you along the highways and byways of Tipperary.
Download the attached booklet for full information.

Lough Derg Heritage Trail App

The Lough Derg Heritage Trail is an app that gives you detailed routes around Lough Derg. The app has detailed descriptions of all the points of interest along the way.

Shannon Region Trails App

Lough Derg Trails includes over 20 different types of activity trails around Ireland’s Lough Derg, making it the most comprehensive mobile application for leisure trails ever produced in Ireland.

Lakelands Treasures App

Lakelands Treasures is a FREE fun photographic treasure hunt game to entertain you and your family & friends in Ireland's Lakelands. Its starts where you are and once downloaded works it without WIFI.

Lough Derg Video

Lough Derg has 179 km of indented shoreline, stretching over 40 km from Portumna at its northern tip to Killaloe and Ballina in the south. The lake is 12Km’s wide at its widest point. Lough Derg is an area of great charm, natural beauty and heritage.

Brian Boru National Trail Guide

There is no story more intriguing than that of Irelands greatest High King, Brian Ború. His journey commenced in Killaloe, County Clare where he was born in 941, he became King of Munster in 977 and deservedly secured the greatest honour of all in 1002, that of High King of Ireland.

Lough Derg Nature Trail

Welcome to the Lough Derg (on the Shannon) Nature Trail! Lough Derg is a stunningly beautiful and largely undiscovered natural amenity in the heart of Ireland, and a haven for wildlife.

North Tipperary Walking Trails Guide

Tipperary is situated in the centre of Ireland and bounded by lakes, mountains and rivers. The breathtaking scenic views of open countryside and rolling hills down to Lough Derg are best enjoyed on our walking trails.

Map of Tipperary

This is a full map of Tipperary to download including all towns and villages.

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New Tourism Strategy for County Tipperary

Tipperary County Council in conjunction with Tipperary Tourism Company recently adopted a new 'Strategic Tourism Marketing, Experience & Destination Development Plan 2016 - 2021' for County Tipperary.This is the first time in the history of Tipperary that a single tourism plan has been developed for the County.