Tipperary, Ireland's largest inland county, has richly varied scenery in its hills and mountains, its plains and river valleys. In the south are the Galtee Mountains, the Knockmealdowns and the isolated height of Slievenamon. Keeper Hill is the highest point among the various groups of hills in the north. Largely a dairy farming area. Tipperary offers tranquil, unspoilt countryside and fresh clean waters, perfect for walking and fishing holidays. For the tourist there is Farney Castle, the only Round Tower in Ireland occupied by a family. For the sporting tourist Tipperary has no fewer than 11 quality courses to choose from.