Killaloe, Co. Clare & Ballina, Co. Tipperary

Introduction
River Cruises On The Shannon Start At Killaloe / Ballina
The Location Of Killaloe Heritage TownThe majestically-arched bridge, which joins these disparate twins, allows the river Shannon to pass gently seawards from the beautiful sylvan surrounding of Lower Lough Derg, where Ireland's most famous king, Brian Boru, held court at Kincora just one millennium ago.

His numerous descendants assisted in building the Cathedral and other churches not far from the river's bank.

Killaloe, on the left bank, in County Clare is a network of charming narrow streets, flanked by old shops and houses, that climb up the steep hillside and look down over the 13th century Cathedral.

The buildings of Ballina, in North Tipperary line the roadway that runs parallel to the river.

Attractions in (or near) Killaloe include:
Angling, Cycling, Light Entertainment, Horse Riding, Outdoor Pursuits, Swimming Pool, Touring and Walking.

More Information:
Killaloe Heritage Centre,
Killaloe,
Co. Clare.

Tel: +353 (0)61 361511
Fax: +353 (0)61 361020
Website: www.killaloe.ie

Go To Google Maps: Map Of Killaloe / Ballina

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Cruising On The Shannon
Cruising On The Shannon
River Cruise
Aerial View Of Killaloe & Ballina
Boats Moored At Killaloe
Boats Moored At Killaloe
Irish Towns With A Unique Historic Character And A Link To Ireland's Celtic Past
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