County Tipperary is located in the south central region of Ireland. County Tipperary has two county towns: county town of Clonmel for the north and in the south the county town is Nenagh. The Shannon River forms the northwestern boundary until it flows into the Lough Derg, a fresh water lake that extends along the rest of the border between County Tipperary and County Galway. There are numerous castles located in the area. Ormond Castle was built by the 10th Earl of Ormond in the 1560s. Roscrea Heritage Centre is a 13th century castle with side towers. Cahir Castle and home of the Butler family is located on the River Suir. The Rock of Cashel is a group of Medieval buildings built during the 12th, 13th and 15th centuries which include a Castle and cathedral set dramatically on a limestone outcrop. Through County Tipperary is the Golden Vale, which is an agricultural area that is known for its dairy farming and livestock farms.

Family Destinations for Tipperary vacations

Florida Destinations
Our Florida Destinations