List of caves in Ireland
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- 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*
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