Ideal location of the little adventurers in your life.



There are four 18 hole golf courses within a 12 mile radius of the Glen of Aherlow, two of which are championship designed courses. Located on the Glen of Aherlow Road in Tipperary, Dundrum, Ballykisteen and Cahir, they offer plenty of varied choice and challenge to golfing enthusiasts. Green Fees are reasonably priced. Tipperary Golf Club Rathanny, ...



The Glen of Aherlow is an ideal destination for your fishing holidays in Ireland, the River Aherlow offers Brown Trout and Perch, whilst just a short drive away the River Suir also has stocks of Salmon. Fishing permits can be obtained in the tourist office in Cahir +353 (0)52 41453, whilst no permit is required ...


Horse riding

Both the beginner and accomplished rider are well catered for by horseriding establishment within the Glen of Aherlow. Riding Centres specialise in Pre-Hunting and Cross-Country Courses, Hacking and Trekking. Choose your route on the some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland, that runs over farmland, through forests or up the Galtee mountains to the ...



Two parallel roads run the length of the Glen of Aherlow and are linked by several narrow roads. These create small loop cycles suitable for all the family and can be accessed from any point in the glen making it an ideal destination for your cycling holiday in Ireland. Forestry tracks offer rough routes for the ...



Walking & Trekking Holidays in Ireland The Glen of Aherlow, Tipperary is a walkers paradise offering a variety of low level loop and mountain walks. Walking and trekking holidays are now the most sought after activity for Irish and overseas visitors to Ireland and what better way to enjoy the natural resources of mountains, rivers, lakes, ...