Over 100 heritage sites straddle the Lakelands Lough Derg Region. The unique architectural character of the heritage towns of Killaloe Ballina are a great starting point to get a special feeling for the past. Heritage centres can be found in almost every town and Christian heritage can be seen in churches, round towers and Celtic Crosses of the region.
The Black Castle is a 16th century Gaelic, O’Kennedy tower house located in Coolbawn, North Tipperary, Ireland. This majestic, four-storey tower stands on a rock outcrop in the middle of an … Read More
The East Galway Family History Society based in Woodford village, south east Galway provides a family history research service to national and international clients whilst promoting tourism, business and heritage … Read More
Killaloe Heritage Centre displays an imaginative exhibition charting the history of Killaloe and its Celtic and nautical significance. With a section dedicated to Brian Boru the greatest High King of … Read More
About Discover Lough Derg
Discover the Lakelands Lough Derg for your next holiday in Ireland. A majestic lake located between the counties of Clare, Tipperary and Galway, you will find activities to keep you entertained, accommodation to suit all budgets, heritage and culture waiting to be explored.
On the water activities include SUP (Stand Up Paddling), sailing, cruising, canoeing and fishing while on dry land we have some of the best walking routes in Ireland. From the linear routes of the Lough Derg Way & East Clare Way to the looped walks dotted around the Lakelands Lough Derg, you can enjoy magnificent scenery and sample delicious local food en route. It’s time for you to visit!