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    County Tipperary

    Take the Rock of Cashel, add epic landscapes, and season with hospitality. That's Tipperary's recipe for success in the heart of Ireland's Ancient East
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    1hr from Shannon Airport

    Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary

    Ireland's Golden Vale

    Until relatively recently, that recipe was tasted from afar. But it's fair to say the world has shrunk since Jack Judge penned the ditty "It's A Long Way To Tipperary" over 100 years ago. And these days it doesn't take any time at all to reach what's known as Ireland's Golden Vale, with its rich tapestry of lakes, mountains and valleys, at the heart of the glorious region known as Ireland's Ancient East.

    County Tipperary

    L-R: Cahir Castle; kayaking at Kilgarvan Quay; Nellie O'Brien's pub; local food in Ballina

    Hidden treasures

    Think of the River Suir, gently coursing between Carrick-on-Suir and Clonmel. Think of the Mitchelstown Caves, discovered by chance when a crowbar fell between cracks in 1833. Think of the Glen of Aherlow, a lost world between the Galtee Mountains and Slievenamuck. Can't you see yourself bang in the middle of it all?

    Then there's Lough Derg, Ireland's pleasure lake. For an overview, head to the aptly-named Lookout at Portroe. To get up close and personal, visit its harbour villages, take a cycling loop out of Nenagh, or stop by the twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina. The former lies in Clare; the latter in Tipperary, which makes for serious spice when the counties clash on the GAA hurling pitch.

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    The Lookout, Lough Derg Blueway, Portroe, County Tipperary

    Fit for a king

    Squirrelled away in the rolls and folds of Tipperary's countryside are dozens of heritage gems. The medieval village of Fethard, for example, where among other things you'll find the famous McCarthy's – bar, restaurant and undertaker all in one.

    Or if you're driving, why not follow the brand new Butler Trail, which ties together Ormonde Castle, Cahir Castle, Clonmel's Main Guard and other landmarks linked to the Butler Dynasty?

    The Rock of Cashel, once the seat of the Kings of Munster, is a centre of early Christianity in Ireland. Perched on a plinth of grass and limestone, its Round Tower, Romanesque chapel and Gothic cathedral seem almost like a castle on a cloud.

    McCarthy's proclaims "we'll wine you, dine you and bury you".

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    Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary

    Rock of Cashel

    Give it up for the rockstar of Ireland's Ancient East!

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    Food, glorious food

    Tipperary's farmland isn't solely about the fields, of course. Local cheeses are the highlight of markets in Cahir and Tipperary. This is a county in which you'll find fruit farms next to camping parks. Gorgeous gourmet getaways in restored old convents. Or artisan produce spilling out of delis in the garrison town of Nenagh. It's a place where yachts and cruisers on the River Shannon can moor for a bowl of stew in a gastropub, or do home cooking with a flourish in waterfront restaurants.

    Bon appétit. The way to Tipperary has shortened considerably.

    Tipperary highlights

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    Clonmel Community Tourist Office

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    Glen of Aherlow Nature Park

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    Tipperary Heritage Way

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    Rock of Cashel - St. Patrick's Rock

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