Local Tourism

The working organic farm has much to offer the visitor. The landscape is laced with beautiful hedgerows between the river valleys. The built and natural heritage provides engaging stories that succeed in enthusing the visitors. Guided tours of the organic farm and also of the woodland, hay meadow, pond and river habitats offer a great opportunity to have a fun learning experience.

Book Organic Farm Tour. Contact Sean on 087 9227957

You have a choice of other fantastic activities in the area.

You can be spoiled for choice from the huge range of activities to choose from in close proximity to Cloncannon Biofarm. Apart from the many scenic walking and cycling routes of varied endurance levels there are equestrian centres, opportunities for water sports and fishing on Lough Derg and fishing also on the River Suir, heritage towns of Roscrea, Nenagh and Birr. Visits President Obamas’ ancestral home in Moneygall and/or Cloughjordan Eco-village.

The area has several archaeological sites of significance, for example, Shanballyedmond Court Tomb, Rearcross;  Ashley Park near Ardcroney and also Rathurles near Nenagh.

A number of ecclesiastical enclosures and early Christian establishments are known in North Tipperary,for example, St Ruan established monastic settlements at Lorrha and Nenagh. Iniscealtra, on Lough Derg, founded by St.Caimin, in the sixth century, remains a key landscape element in the expanse of Lough Derg. Examples of early Cistercian houses can be found at Holy Cross near Thurles whilst older monastic communicates such as those at Roscrea, Lorrha and Monaincha adopted Augustinian rule.

Other Local Attractions in Tipperary
Farney Castle – History, Architecture, Fashion, Ceramics, Music and an amazing life story.
Cormackstown Heritage Museum – Vintage farming equipment, vintage old crafts and trades, historic books and literature. https://www.facebook.com/CormackstownHeritageCentre/
Moyaliffe House – Historic Moyaliffe House is a heritage listed estate near Ballycahill, County Tipperary, Ireland (15 min’s from Holycross Abbey). Its history goes back to 1100AD.
Holycross Abbey – Explore magnificent Holycross Abbey, a restored Cistercian abbey on the scenic River Suir in County Tipperary. Founded in 1168 by the King of Munster, it became a place of medieval pilgrimage.
The Rock of Cashel – The Rock of Cashel is one of Ireland’s most visited attractions and is a spectacular archaeological site.
The Apple Farm – orchards, soft fruits. Also providing Camping and a Caravan Park on the farm.

Overseas visitors love the chance to see their first ever hurling or camogie game and soak up the competitive atmosphere.


For further to help plan your itinerary, I wouild suggest these three websites:

1. Discover Ireland Website, Tipperary Section

2. Tipperary Tourism Company A Tourism website about Tipperary.