Limerick is a sporting and cultural playground. Home to Munster Rugby and the second largest rugby stadium in Ireland in Thomond Park and one of the country’s top five largest GAA stadiums, TUS Gaelic Grounds.
It is home to the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Lyric FM and two major performance arts centres, University Concert Hall and The Lime Tree Theatre.
2 of the 5 largest sport stadiums in the country, along with the 2nd largest rugby stadium
Lough Derg – Ireland’s third largest lake, all 130sq km of water offering angling & fishing, sailing, canoeing/kayaking, paddle-boarding and cruising; shoreline-based activities including walking, cycling, horse-riding and driving routes
Between 55 minutes and two hours 55mins from the likes of Cliffs of Moher, Burren National Park, Loop Head, Killarney National Park, Dingle Peninsula, Beara Peninsula, Connemara National Park
85km worth of cycle greenway including 40km of Limerick countryside and 16 exciting attractions, offering day-trippers and families the option to explore rural Limerick by cycling running or walking
18 exciting destinations along the Limerick & Clare route on the Wild Atlantic Way path, along with stunning beaches along the Clare coast, including Fanore, Kilkee, Lahinch, Spanish Point
MOVING TO THE MID WEST WHO RELOCATED TO THE
REGION HAVE SAID THEY ARE SATISFIED OR
VERY SATISFIED WITH THEIR LIFE HERE
72% said they now have a better balance
between their working and home lives.