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Clonmore Vacation Packages
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Dublin, the country's capital, is located 40 miles to the north of Clonmore.
Educate yourself on a chapter in this area's history by checking out Clonmore Castle.
Sports fans who are into Gaelic football will love the iconic Dr. Cullen Park, the home of local favorites, the Carlow GAA and the much-loved Carlow GAA. The stadium is located in Carlow, 14 miles west of Clonmore. It's a Gaelic football ritual to delay going home by heading to one of the nearby bars. Whether it's to bask in the glory or commiserate in defeat, look for fellow supporters in the team colors and join in for a drink or two.
To explore more of the area, go and see the Mount Wolseley Golf Club and Rathgall Stone Fort, located in Tullow, roughly 7 miles from Clonmore. You should also check out Huntington Castle and St. Brigid's Roman Catholic Church in Clonegall. This nice spot is about 10 miles away from Clonmore.
There are numerous ways to enjoy the wide open spaces in the area. Mountain biking and rock climbing are just two activities you can select from.
The area provides a number of laid-back activities. Spend a few hours cycling or shore fishing and leave your worries behind.
If you like sharing experiences with other globetrotters, this region has an array of structured activities that are worth taking a look at. Some of the most exciting options are guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Try out paragliding to get a bird's eye view of this beautiful region.
If you're after a break from seeing the sights, why not try the water activities in the region? Swimming and scuba diving are both popular here.
What's time away in a new place without indulging in delicious food and drink? Southeast Ireland is an excellent spot to satisfy your cravings!
It's possible you haven't thought much about the virtues of mutton and pork in the past, but you'll surely familiarize yourself with these characteristic regional ingredients during your time here.
Try dining like the locals do by experiencing Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) or bacon and cabbage (pork back boiled with cabbage and potato).
You absolutely cannot depart from the area before sampling sweet seedcake loaf.
The top bars in this region will certainly offer Murphy’s Irish Stout, so make sure you sample it if you appreciate a full-bodied brew.
If you're keen to try a popular non-alcoholic beverage, ask for Club Orange (similar to Fanta).
One thing is for sure: Southeast Ireland is an amazingly beautiful spot that will linger in your heart long after you have left.
When it's time to head home, it's good to remember that the closest airport is located 45 miles to the north.