Cashel Travel Guide

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Cashel Things to Do

  • Rock of Cashel

    Also called St. Patrick's Rock, the Rock of Cashel is actually a huge limestone hill on top of which are the remains of some extraordinary pieces of medieval architecture. It is said that when the devil flew over the area with a piece of rock in his mouth, he spotted St.Patrick picking a shamrock to explain the idea of the Holy Trinity to locals....

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  • Dancin', yeah!

    This sculpture can be found outside the Brú Boru Cultural Heritage Centre, next to the car park at the Rock of Cashel.

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  • Rock of Cashel

    Also called St. Patrick's Rock, the Rock of Cashel is actually a huge limestone hill on top of which are the remains of some extraordinary pieces of medieval architecture.It is said that when the devil flew over the area with a piece of rock in his mouth, he spotted St.Patrick picking a shamrock to explain the idea of the Holy Trinity to locals....

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Cashel Restaurants

  • Granny's Kitchen

    This is one of the only places near the castle where you can get a meal. There are a few other little shops for postcards etc. A good idea would be to take a picnic basket or some sandwiches if you;re planning to be there over lunch.

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  • Granny's Kitchen

    This is one of the only places near the castle where you can get a meal. There are a few other little shops for postcards etc. A good idea would be to take a picnic basket or some sandwiches if you;re planning to be there over lunch.

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Cashel Warnings and Dangers

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    by Jacksprat Written Sep 9, 2002

    If you're planning on being more adventurous to get some good photo's, careful where you step as the rocks can be slippery if it has been raining.

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Cashel Off The Beaten Path

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    by Jacksprat Written Feb 25, 2003

    This isn't really an activity, but nice scenary anyway. Just below the castle as you walk up the hill towards it, this little path is to your left.

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    • Eco-Tourism

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