|ROCK OF CASHEL||CAHIR CASTLE||HOLYCROSS ABBEY|
Ireland' s largest island county, has richly varied scenery in its hills and mountains,
its plains and river valleys.
In the south are the Galty Mountains, the Knockmealdowns and the isolated height of Slievenamon.
|Keeper Hill is the highest point among the various groups of hills in the north. The middle of the county is broad plain, through which the River Suir flows from north to south; and from this plain the rich land of the Golden Vale extends westward into county Limerick. Tipperary offers the opportunity of seeing important antiquities such as the magnificent ruins on the Rock of Cashel.|