- (Aonach Urmhumhan, “The Fair of Ormond”)
- (Cluain Meala, “honey meadow”)
- (An Chathair)
- (Caiseal, “stone ringfort”) – home of the Rock of Cashel, an iconic monument
- (Fiodh Ard, “high wood”)
- (An Gabhailín)
- (Mainistir na Croise Naofa)
- has an abbey, restored mill and high cross.
- (Durlas Éile)
- (Tiobraid Árann, “Well of the Ara”)
Rock of Casheladdress: CashelThe Rock of Cashel is worth a visit.
Cahir Castleaddress: CahirCahir Castle is a must see.
Swiss Cottageaddress: Cahir
Mitchelstown CavesThe Mitchelstown Caves are outside the town, but are renowned for their beauty and size.
Glen of AherlowThe Glen of Aherlow is as breathtaking as any of the famed views in Killarney (Co. Kerry).
Galtee mountainsThe Galtee mountains are a fine-looking range, topped by one of Ireland's highest in Galtymore mountain (1000 metres).
LoughmoreA scenic village.
Holycross AbbeyA church with relics of the cross on the River Suir.
Lough DergThe whole Lough Derg area is worth visiting. This runs for about from Ballina, Garrykennedy, Dromineer, Puckane, Terryglass and on up to Portumna. You can even continue down the Clare side of the lake back to your starting point.
- Ormond Castle is a fine Elizabethan manor house at Carrick-on-Suir, in the southeast corner of the county towards Waterford. It's open April-Oct daily 10:00-17:00.
As one of Tipperary's main tourist towns, Cashel has a number of eating possibilities - however the pre-eminent one remains Chez Hans, now in it's second generation, serving a 'best of irish menu' in a converted Church. They also provide a cheaper bistro option during the day.
phone: +353 6722147address: Terryglass, North TipperaryPaddy's Bar is located in the village of Terryglass about five miles from Portumna. This is a beautiful village noted for its achievements in Ireland's tidiest town competition.
In Nenagh try the Peppermill Restaurant or The Abbot's Bistro or Cloister Restaurant at the Abbey Court Hotel.
Just discovered Lily Mai's Cafe between Carrick-On-Suir and Clonmel - excellent food and herself can go shopping in Blarney Woollen Mills and Meadows & Byrne as well! I have had Sunday lunch there with the family - top class - and have dropped-in twice when on the way to Waterford. Both occasions have proved well-worth it. Food is top-drawer. The also have a Deli - very Avoca!
There are many outstanding farmers markets around the county that sell local food grown and produced in the region. Markets take place in Carrick-on-suir, Cahir, Thurles and Nenagh.
Cahir Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning from 09:00-13:00 and is held in the carpark beside the Granary Craft Centre, a 2 minute walk from the train station. Produce includes potatoes, apples, home grown vegetables, home baking, jams and jellies, local cheeses, pate, organic meats, flowers and plants, eggs etc... and is all of very high quality. As with all markets, it is the case of the early bird catches the worm in Cahir!
Upperchurch pub serves lovely food perfect after a walk.
Tipperary Country Club situated about 5 miles from Cashel in the village of Dundrum provides a testing 18 hole golf course, designed by former Ryder Cup Player, Philip Walton.