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Ireland's capital city, Dublin, is situated about 100 miles to the northeast of Clogheen.
Take some time out for a picnic and delight in the sights and sounds of the ocean at Ballynamona Beach or Duncannon Beach.
You don't need to travel too far to uncover some wonderful natural sights. Jump in the car and make your way to Corrin Hill, 17 miles away from Clogheen, for a laid-back day. Or perhaps Marlfield Lake is more your type of thing? It sits just 11 miles away.
Head 30 miles north to Semple Stadium to attend an exciting live game of hurling. Located in Cashel, the venue is the home turf of the Tipperary GAA, so put on some blue, yellow and white and get ready for some fun!
Make tracks to Bay Lough to see if anything catches your eye.
Are you thinking of swinging by the Saint Patrick's Well and Swiss Cottage? They're right near the centre of Ardfinnan, 6 miles to the east. Alternatively, you could head to Mitchelstown. It's 10 miles to the west of Clogheen and regarded for Mitchelstown Cave and the Mitchelstown Golf Club.
Whether it's for a spot of shopping or to take in the sights, locals and travellers alike often make the journey to Clonmel, 13 miles to the northeast. Old St. Mary's Church, the South Tipperary Arts Centre and the South Tipperary County Museum are all within a stone's throw. Of course, don't pass up Main Guard and the Clonmel Golf Club either.
To truly experience a place is to sample the local food and drink, so get ready to crunch, munch, slurp and sip your way around Tipperary. The only thing you need to take with you is a strong appetite!
This corner of the world has a unique cooking style centred on available ingredients and local tastes. You'll find mutton and pork are two popular elements in much of the fare.
While you're in Clogheen, you should eat like the locals do. That means digging into a meal of Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato), a couple of the area's distinctive dishes.
You probably won't need too much persuading to order some sweet seedcake loaf, a dessert that'll make you want to pack everything up and settle down here.
If you truly want to see the big pitcher, take the hopportunity to toss down a beer. Schooner rather than later! Dreadful beer puns aside, be sure to taste test Murphy’s Irish Stout, one of the most popular local brews.
If you've got the good luck to be in Clogheen on the 17th of March, get ready to party! Saint Patrick's Day see many locals joining together to celebrate.
Time to go home? Catch a final sunset in the fantastic Tipperary region before you say goodbye.
With a bit of preparation, making your way to Cork Airport (ORK), the nearest airport, shouldn't be too much trouble. It's approximately 35 miles southwest of downtown Clogheen.
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