List of caves in Ireland
This is a list of caves in Ireland as a whole, including those in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, as well as information on the largest and deepest caves in Ireland.
Typical County Fermanagh stream passage in Marble Arch Caves. At 11.5 km (7.1 mi), the system is the longest in Northern Ireland and second longest in Ireland.
- The deepest cave in Ireland is Reyfad Pot in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, 193 metres (633 ft) deep.
- The longest cave system in Ireland is Pollnagollum–Poulelva in County Clare, Republic of Ireland, with at least 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) of passageways.
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List of caves
- Caves that lie partly or wholly within Northern Ireland are marked with an asterisk (*).
- Mythological caves are marked with a dagger (†).
- Ailwee Cave, County Clare
- Badger Pot, County Fermanagh*
- Boho Caves, County Fermanagh*
- Cloyne Cave, County Cork
- Crag Cave, County Kerry
- Dunmore Cave, County Kilkenny
- Fintan's Grave, County Tipperary†
- Kelly's Cave, County Mayo
- Killavullen Caves, County Cork
- Marble Arch Caves, County Fermanagh*
- Mitchelstown Cave, County Tipperary
- Noon's Hole, County Fermanagh*
- Pol an Ionain, County Clare
- Pollatoomary, County Mayo
- Pollnagollum–Poulelva, County Clare
- Portbraddon Cave, County Antrim*
- Shannon Cave, County Cavan and County Fermanagh*