County Tipperary is an escape and an experience all at once. Paying a visit to one of Ireland’s most famous regions, you’ll be assured of a big welcome and a chance to experience the best that Ireland has to offer.
Unexplored walking trails are just miles from world famous historical monuments and castles. You can take in our walled towns – Carrick-on-Suir, Cashel, Clonmel, Nenagh, Thurles and Fethard – or immerse yourself in the mythology and history of our glens and vales.
All those interested in water sports and angling will enjoy the River Suir area and the Lough Derg Lakelands. A good variety of accommodation lies just minutes from spectacular scenery, from Country Houses to Hotels, there's something to suit all budgets to make your stay more enjoyable.
Base yourself in any village or town in Tipperary and you’re never too far from one of our many walks or cycling trails. You may just want to wander down forest trails, taking in unspoilt scenery while working up an appetite or take long treks through a little scrub and follow grassy mountain trails. With scenic long linear walks, looped walks, heritage trails and nature trails every walker is catered for. Walk through unspoilt hillsides and finish up in our country pubs and cafés to get a taste of Tipperary.
Don't miss the chance to enjoy Tipperary’s sporting tradition – Thurles town is the birthplace of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
Enjoy some of Ireland’s quirkiest festivals, play golf on challenging courses or take in a day at the races.
Tipperary - It's not such a long way and it's time for you to visit.
Tipperary Tourism Company acknowledges the support from Tipperary County Council, South Tipperary Development Company, North Tipperary Leader Partnership, The Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government and the EU.