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Attractions:


The Rock of Cashel,







A spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral, 15th century Castle and the restored Hall of the Vicars Choral.

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The Rock of Cashel



Mitchelstown Caves







Mitchelstown Caves are open year-round for guided tours. The tours are approximately 3 kilometres in length going through several caverns with examples of different types of formations many of which are given colourful names.


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Cahir Castle







Cahir Castle was built originally in the 13th century on a site of an earlier native fortification called a cathair (stone fort), which gave its name to the place.



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St. Patrick's Well







St Patrick's Well is off the main Cahir Clonmel road and has been a place of pilgrimage for years.
There are the remains of a 17th century church incorporating Romanesque fragments of an older church.





Other places & items of interest:

Lismore Castle
Mulcahy Park
Munster Walkways

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or South East Ireland Tourism Click here

Activities:
Hot Shots Bowling Centre
National Craft Granary website

Golf Courses:
Clonmel Golf Club website
Cahir Park Golf Club website


Horse Racing:
Clonmel Race Course website





Mitchelstown Caves
Cahir Castle
St, Patrick's Well
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