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Caves

Dunmore Cave

Dunmore Cave

southeast Ireland | County Kilkenny

Dunmore Cave is situated on the Castlecomer plateau, just about 11 km north of Kilkenny. It's relatively small if compare with other Irish caves. It has about 400 m of passages and reaches a depth of about 50 m. This limestone cave has many interesting calcite formation as stalactites and stalagmites. The Market Cross Chamber has a huge, almost 6 m tall cros...   more info and photos

Doolin Cave

Doolin Cave

West Ireland | County Clare

Doolin Cave, also known as Pol an Ionáin, is located about 4 km northeast of the seaport village of Doolin (road R479) in County Clare, just 12 km from the Cliffs of Moher. This limestone cave was discovered in 1952 by speleology students, J.M. Dickenson and Brian Varley, and became known because of having the longest free-hanging stalactite in Europe. The G...   more info and photos

Mitchelstown Cave

Mitchelstown Cave

Midlands Ireland | County Tipperary

Mitchelstown Cave is situated on the border of County Tipperary and Cork, just off M8 motorway (exit 11 or 12). It was discovered accidentally in 1833, by Michael Condon during limestone quarrying. The cave quickly became a tourist attraction, luring many curious people, explorers and scientists. To preserve the natural state of this wonder of nature, the la...   more info and photos

Kesh Caves

Kesh Caves

Northwest Ireland | County Sligo

The Caves of Keash are situated on the slope of a limestone hill of Keashcorran on the western end of the Bricklieve Mountains in County Sligo, about 6.5 km southeast from the town of Ballymote. This complex of thirteen caves was used as habitation since prehistoric times. Remains of human and animal bones were discovered during excavations, including reinde...   more info and photos