Galbally & Glen Of Aherlow


Galbally (Irish: An Gallbhaile, meaning ‘town of the stranger or the foreigner’) is a village in southeast County Limerick, Ireland, on the border with County Tipperary.

It is located at the foot of the Galtee Mountains and at the western approach to the Glen of Aherlow. The Aherlow River, flowing down from the Galtee mountains, runs by the village, to meet the Suir at Kilmoyler a short distance north of Cahir.

The Glen of Aherlow is a stunning valley nestling between Slievenamuck and the Galtee Mountains in the western part of County Tipperary in Ireland.

The principal village is Lisvernane where Aherlow creamery was located before its closure in the late 20th century. Other adjacent centres of population are the villages of Galbally on the western fringe, Kilross (on the north west front) and Bansha which commands the eastern approach. Across the northern flank of Slievenamuck is Tipperary Town.

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