Great shot taken in front of Doneraile House in North Cork. The most visited free attraction in Ireland- bursting with history, natural beauty, great walks, wildlife, guided tours & delicious eateries!
Picture credit: @thesweetwanderlust
@ballyhouratrailriders is based at the trailhead of the 92km Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trail in Ardpatrick, Co. Limerick, and Co. Cork. Established in 2007. It is the largest trail network of its kind in Ireland.
The trails includes forest road climbs, tight twisty singletrack with loads of ups and downs, board walk, tight turns and technical rocky bits are guaranteed to leave you smiling.
Facilities at the trail head include map boards, car parking, toilets, showers and bike wash facilities. On arrival there is a secure car park with monitored CCTV cameras. #MunsterVales#VisitBallyhoura
Fethard boasts a huge number of medieval ruins for a small, quiet town, fording the Clashawley River in South Tipperary.
A good portion of its original 14th-century town walls remain intact, and its 2km heritage trail takes about an hour to complete.
Explore one of the five epic mountain ranges in Munster Vales to experience the rural, untouched landscape where your only companions are often four legged, fluffy creatures!
Go back to nature and stay with @nirevalleyglamping for an unforgettable experience!
The vibrant town of Kilmallock was at the centre of Ireland’s political development from the 13th through to the 17th centuries, a history that is evident through the rich architectural heritage that is the town’s national monuments.
Kilmallock is set in the valley of the River Loobagh and nestled at the foot of the Ballyhoura Hills to the south with the Galtee mountains to the east.
It is an attractive town of great cultural and heritage value, take a tour with @kilmallocktours to learn more!
Dromana House is a true gem, perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the strikingly beautiful, unspoilt river Blackwater. It is surrounded by a 600 acre privately owned estate with numerous woodland and garden walks. Several interesting historic follies are also to be seen throughout the grounds including an ancient outer fortification, boathouse and slipway down to the river.
Located near the historic town of Lismore County Waterford, Dromana is less than 25 km from the sandy beaches of the South East coast of Ireland, from Tramore to – Ardmore, incorporating the renowned scenic drive along the Copper coast.