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  1. Birr

  2. Moneygall
  3. Shannon Harbour

    Shannon Harbour is a village in County Offaly, Ireland on the banks of the Grand Canal of Ireland. There are facilities for boats to park up on the edge of the canal.

    People near Birr

  4. Nenagh

    Nenagh is the most populous town and county seat of the county of North Tipperary (formerly Tipperary North Riding).

  5. Shannonbridge

  6. Kinnitty

    Kinnity is a village in County Offaly, Ireland. It is located 13 km east of Birr on the R440 and R421 regional roads.

  7. Kilcormac
  8. County Tipperary
  9. Cadamstown

  10. Athlone
  11. Slieve Bloom Mountains

    The Slieve Bloom Mountains are mountains spanning across County Laois and County Offaly.

  12. Cashel

    Cashel is in County Tipperary in Ireland. It has a rich history and many sights - including Cashel Rock - an outcrop of limestone that has been the home of kings for hundreds of years.

  13. Clonaslee

    Clonaslee is a village in County Laois situated in the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains on the R422 Mountmellick to Birr road, located some 100 km west of Dublin. The name means "way meadow", the way referred to having once been an important cross-country route.

  14. Clara
  15. Mountrath

    Mountrath is a town in County Laois. Bypassed by the M7 motorway in 2010, the town lies on the R445 midway between Dublin and Limerick, exactly 96.

  16. Tipperary
  17. Tullamore
  18. Cahir
  19. Abbeyleix

    Abbeyleix is a town in County Laois, Ireland about 14 km (9 mi) from Portlaoise and located on the N77 national secondary route. Formerly the N8 National Primary Route ran through the centre of the town, making Abbeyleix an infamous bottleneck on the Dublin-Cork corridor with up to 15,000 vehicles passing through the main street everyday.

  20. Freshford
  21. Roscommon

    Roscommon is the county town in the county of Roscommon in Ireland.

  22. Port Laoise

    Port Laoise or Portlaoise (Irish [pˠɔɾˠt̪ˠˈl̪ˠiːʃə], anglicised /pɔːrtˈliːʃ/), is the county town of County Laois, located in the south midlands of Ireland, in the province of Leinster. According to the 2016 Census, it has a population of 21,839.

  23. Ballyragget
  24. Limerick

    Limerick (Irish: Luimneach) is a city in Ireland's Shannon Region.

  25. Geashill
  26. Longford (town)
  27. Callan

    Callan (Irish: Callainn) is a town in south-east County Kilkenny. It is located on the banks of the Kings River.

  28. Emo

    Emo is a village in County Laois. It is located near Portlaoise on the R422 regional road just off the M7 Dublin–Limerick motorway.

  29. Croghan
  30. Castlecomer

    Castlecomer (Irish: Caisleán an Chomair)is the largest town in north County Kilkenny. It has a population of just over 1,500.

  31. Horseleap

    Horseleap is a town situated upon the Offaly, Westmeath county border in Ireland, along the R446, formerly the main Dublin to Galway road. The village itself possesses a church, primary school, a garden centre, a pub, and a petrol station.

  32. County Roscommon
  33. Kilkenny
  34. Portarlington

    Portarlington is the second largest town in county Laois. It's locally known as Port.

  35. Mullingar
  36. Stradbally

    Stradbally is a town in County Laois. Consistent winner in the national Tidy Town competition.

  37. County Limerick
  38. Lismore (Ireland)

    Lismore is a town in County Waterford, Ireland. Is a heritage town on the banks of the river Blackwater, in West County Waterford.

  39. Bunratty

    Bunratty is a town in County Clare, in the Shannon Region of Ireland.

  40. County Kilkenny
  41. Multyfarnham

    Multyfarnham is a small village located in North County Westmeath near the 1st lake in the legend of "The Children of Lear" Lough Derravaragh.

  42. Adare
  43. Shannon

    Shannon is a town in County Clare, Ireland. Its main claim to fame is its airport, the place where the Duty Free Shop was invented and once a frequent stopover for early transatlantic flights.

  44. Clonbullogue
  45. Carrick-on-Shannon
  46. Ballylinan

    Ballylinan is a village in County Laois. The name means "Lynan's town", though exactly who Lynan was is now forgotten.

  47. Boyle
  48. Thomastown
  49. Tuam
  50. Dungarvan
  51. Ennis

    Ennis is a town in County Clare. It is the administrative centre of the county and the 10th largest town urban centre in the Country.

  52. County Clare
  53. Edenderry
  54. Athy
  55. County Galway
  56. Mooncoin

    Mooncoin (Irish: Móin Choinn meaning "Coinn's bog") is a town in south County Kilkenny, near Waterford city.

  57. Bagenalstown

    Bagenalstown (also known as Muine Bheag) is a town on the western fringe of County Carlow. Built in the 1700s on the River Barrow by Lord Walter Bagenal, the town was originally based on Versailles in France.

  58. Leighlinbridge

    Leighlinbridge is a large village of 2,000 people in the west of County Carlow. Situated on the River Barrow, the village is credited for its natural beauty and has excelled in recent years in many environmental competitions - most notably its victory in the Europe-wide Entente Floral competition in 2001.

  59. Inistioge

    Inistioge is a village in County Kilkenny. It is located 16 miles southeast of Kilkenny City.

  60. Mallow

    Mallow is a city in North Cork with a population of 11,605 in 2011. It is well known to travellers in Ireland as it is a cross roads between the Dublin - Cork and Cork - Tralee railway lines.

  61. Burren

    The Burren is a region of County Clare, Ireland, made up of a huge limestone sheet. The name "The Burren" is derived from an Irish term meaning "The Rocky Place.

  62. Galway

    Galway, or Gaillimh in Irish, with a population of over 70,000, is Ireland's fifth largest city and a major hub for visits to West Ireland. It has long been known as "The City of the Tribes" and this title could not be more appropriate these days, given the multicultural vibrancy of present-day Galway.

  63. Carlow

    Carlow is a town in Ireland, and is home to 20,000 people. A small town that's easily navigable by foot, it offers an attractive blend of scenery, history and modern attractions.

  64. Kildare Village
  65. Oldcastle
  66. Graignamanagh

    Graignamanagh (Irish: Gráig na Manach, meaning "Village of the monks") or Graiguenamanagh is a village in County Kilkenny, near the border with County Carlow.

  67. Borris

    Borris is a village of 1,500 people in southern County Carlow. Nestled under Mount Leinster, the village is one of the many towns and villages in the county that is situated along the River Barrow.

  68. Ballyvaughan
  69. Waterford

    Waterford is the oldest city in Ireland famous for its crystal ware and intriguing medieval history. Located on the River Suir, Waterford was once one of the most important European ports in times past.

  70. County Cavan
  71. Cobh

    Cobh (Queenstown) is a small seaport town on Great Island in Cork Harbour, County Cork, Southwest Ireland. The town faces the sea in rows of terraces rising up the steep hillside, dominated by a tall and handsome 19th century St.

  72. County Cork
  73. Cork

    Cork (Irish: Corcaigh) is situated on the banks of the River Lee in the south of the country. With a city population of 119,230 in 2011 it is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and the third largest in all of Ireland.

  74. Ballymote

    Ballymote (Baila an Mhóta in Irish) is a town in County Sligo, Ireland.

  75. Douglas (Ireland)
  76. Blarney
  77. County Carlow
  78. Kilfenora

    Kilfenora is a town just south of The Burren in County Clare, Ireland.

  79. Belturbet

    Belturbet is a small friendly town on the River Erne in beautiful countryside of Northwest County Cavan, in Ireland.

  80. Crosshaven

    Crosshaven (Irish: Bun an Tabhairne) is a village in western County Cork.

  81. County Kildare
  82. Dromahair
  83. Tullow

    Tullow is a town of 3,000 people, in the north-east of County Carlow. Settled on the River Slaney (a resource which the town uses to its full potential) and steeped in history, the town is surrounded by picturesque beauty spots.

  84. Lisdoonvarna
  85. Belcoo

    Belcoo is near Enniskillen in County Fermanagh in the north west of Ireland.

  86. Rathvilly

    Rathvilly is a small village of 1,000 people in north east Carlow, near the Kildare and Wicklow borders. The town is renowned for its well-kept appearance and charming character, which has earned the town many awards in the national Tidy Towns competition, including winning the competition outright three times in the 1960s.

  87. Manorhamilton

    Manorhamilton, with a population of 1,158, is the largest town in North County Leitrim.

  88. Dunmore East

    Dunmore East (Dún Mór in Irish) is a small village in County Waterford in Southeast Ireland.

  89. Trim
  90. Lahinch

    Lahinch is in County Clare and a busy seaside resort on the Atlantic west coast and also a popular destination for surfers. The town is based approximately 10 kilometers (6 miles) south of the world-famous Cliffs of Moher.

  91. Naas

    Naas is a town in County Kildare, Ireland. It is a major commuter suburb of Dublin and has experienced rapid growth in recent decades.

  92. Sligo

    Sligo (Sligeach in Irish, meaning shelly place) is the principal town in County Sligo in Northwest Ireland & Lakelands. It's the largest urban area in this region, and the second largest in the province of Connacht (after Galway).

  93. Lisnaskea
  94. Bailieborough
  95. Doolin
  96. Liscannor
  97. Enniskillen
  98. Kinsale

    Kinsale (Irish: Cionn tSáile) is a small town in West Cork, Southwest Ireland.

  99. Strandhill
  100. Miltown Malbay

    Miltown Malbay (Sráid na Cathrach in Irish) is a town in County Clare, most famous as a place to play and hear traditional Irish music.