County Tipperary

County Tipperary (Contae Thiobraid Árann) (pop. 150,000) is for the most part fairly flat, with fertile land stretching out from the Golden Vale centred on the River Suir Valley. (more …)

County Tipperary – Special Pages & ByRoutes:

In addition to Special Pages on Cashel & Environs, Clonmel & Environs and Lough Derg, County Tipperary is covered by no less than nine ByRoutes

ByRoute 3 briefly deviates from County Kilkenny to touch Atheny before reaching  Carrick-on-Suir, and later visits Newcastle & Ardfinnan, Clogheen, the Vee;

ByRoute 4 takes in Mullinahone, Drangan & Cloneen; Fethard; Lisronagh, New Inn & Knockgraffon, Moorstown; Cahir, Ballylooby & Tubbrid, Burncourt & Skeheenarinky, Ballyporeen;

 ByRoute 5 includes Commons, Ballingarry, Killenaule, Derrynaflan, Ballinure; (Cashel & Environs); Golden // Kilfeackle, Bansha;

ByRoute 6 passes through Gortnahoe // Glengoole, Horse & Jockey, Holycross, Dundrum, Tipperary Town // Emly; 

ByRoute 7 describes Liathmore & Twomileborris, Thurles, Ballycahill & Rosmult, Upperchurch & Inch, Rearcross;

ByRoute 8 covers Templetuohy & Moyne, Castleiney & Loughmore; Templemore & Killea; Borrisoleigh & Ileigh, Templederry; Curreeny & Toor, Newport, the Clare Glens; 

ByRoute 9 takes in Knock & Corbally, Roscrea; and later Toomevarra & Clash, Ballinaclough, Dolla & Silvermines, Birdhill, Montpellier;

ByRoute 10 includes Ballingarry (N), Borrisokane, Modreeny; Cloughjordan, Ardcrony, Rathurles; Nenagh, Ballina

ByRoute 11 describes Riverstown, Aglish, Lorrha & Dorrha;


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