Thurles – a historical town
While Thurles is a historical town, with its links going back to Norman times and beyond, it nonetheless has evolved into a thriving commercial, sporting and cultural centre.
Whilst cities can offer many advantages, there is no compensation for the stress and strain associated with many hours in the car travelling to work or to leisure pursuits. Thurles offers wide, un-crowded streets and clean air where you can maintain a full and meaningful lifestyle. Thurles offers a unique quality of life in a tranquil natural environment.
Thurles is the largest town of North Tipperary and enjoys a key position in the south of Ireland with all major population centres, ports and airports within two hours drive time.
Because of its central location, Thurles is well serviced by Road and Rail Transport. It is readily accessible to all the major cities, towns, air and seaports by a network of roads. Its rail service is second to none and offers passengers a reasonable commuting time to cities like Dublin, Cork and Limerick. It is serviced by over thirty trains per day.