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Cloncannon Biofarm
Roscrea, Co. Tipperary
Family friendly
Free car parking
Pre-booking essential
Cloudy days
Nature will nurture you as you take a guided tour through the thriving habitats at Cloncannon Biofarm in County Tipperary. Your senses will be uplifted by the picturesque landscape filled with birdsong melodies. Make sure to kiss the donkeys and the pigs before you leave.

Learning experiences in nature can be so fulfilling and such fun. The first thing you need to do is to really slow down the pace and be in the moment of beauty, in the picturesque landscape, hear the birdsong melodies, smell the wildflowers and listen to the water rush in the river ecosystem of life at Cloncannon Biofarm in Cloncannon, County Tipperary.

Step back in time, into the beautifully reconstructed ringfort and imagine the very simple but challenging times of our ancestors. Local history and archaeology stories can be so rich and varied. The stories of Cloncannon are a mix of tragedy and also of conquest and treasures.

If you appreciate nutrient rich, organically grown food, you can see first hand the system of growing food in harmony with nature.

Make the time to see the relaxing beauty of this organic farm on the western slopes of the Devil’s Bit Mountain.

Why we like it
  • Take a guided tour and have your senses enthralled by the mysteries of the natural habitats around you.
  • Hear the birdsong melodies, smell the wildflowers and listen to the water rush in the river ecosystem of life.
  • Step back in time into a reconstructed ringfort.
Contact details
Knockanroger, Cloncannon, Co. Tipperary, E53 AE27, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 to 2 hours here.

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