Ringmoylan Pier, Pallaskenry

Pallaskenry is a village in County Limerick, 30 minute drive from Adare and it derives its name from Kenry Castle, nowadays known as Shanpallas Castle. It was one of the principal ancient castles of County Limerick.
Ringmoylan Pier is situated on the Shannon Estuary, a few kilometres north of the village of Pallaskenry in Co. Limerick.

International Rugby Experience Limerick

A world class, fully interactive experience celebrating the game of rugby and everything it stands for is situated in the heart of Limerick; this is a Must See in Ireland’s rugby heartland!

Glin Castle

Glin Castle is the ancestral home of the FitzGerald family, Knights of Glin.
The FitzGeralds first settled here in the 1200’s at nearby Shanid Castle following the Norman invasion of Ireland. In the early 14th century the Earl of Desmond, head of the Geraldines, made hereditary Knights of 3 illegitimate sons he had sired with the wives of various Irish chieftains, creating them the White Knight, the Green Knight of Kerry and the Black Knight of Glin.

Desmond Castle Newcastlewest

The ruins of the Castle and the Banqueting Hall are located off the town square and are very well maintained.
The banqueting hall of the Desmond Castle, seat of the Earl of Desmond, parts of which date from the 13th century, is the most notable historical feature of the town. Just a 20 minute drive from Adare.

St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick

Saint Mary’s Cathedral was founded in 1168 AD and stands majestically over the City of Limerick on the banks of the River Shannon. It is one of the most important medieval buildings to survive intact in Ireland. Just 30 minute drive from Adare.

LiKe Bikes

We want all our customers to enjoy cycling the beautiful Limerick/Kerry Greenways and the coastal town of Ballybunion along the Wild Atlantic Way, using our bikes that we are proud to hire.

Shannon Ferries

Bridging the best of Ireland’s West.
Shannon Ferries will take you and your vehicle on a memorable 20 minute journey across the Shannon from Tarbert in County Kerry to Killimer in County Clare. Located on the Shannon Estuary, Tarbert is a 40 minute drive from Adare.

Lough Gur Heritage Centre

Lough Gur is an archaeological gem of international significance. The site includes the remains of stone circles and standing stones, ancient burial chambers and Cairns. The exhibition within provides an overview of one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites and is a 40 minute drive from Adare.

Ardnacrusha Power Station

Looking for an exciting and informative experience? Why not visit Ireland’s largest river hydroelectric scheme? Following the phenomenal interest in last year’s tours, Ardnacrusha Power Station will again open this summer. Just a 40 minute drive from Adare.

Limerick City

Limerick City….some historical facts for visitors: Limerick was founded by the Vikings around 922 AD. St Mary’s Cathedral, founded in the eleventh century, is the oldest building in Limerick. The Normans captured Limerick in 1195. In 1413 King Henry V granted a charter which made Limerick an independent city-state. In the 1530s, the Tudors brought […]