Featured Walking Holidays in Ireland
Follow the Connemara Way on the wild West Coast of Ireland and get on a journey through an ever-changing landscape of majestic mountains, mist-covered lakes, pre-historic bogs, hidden bays and coves, and shady glens.
The Burren Way is a relatively short walking route on Ireland’s rugged Atlantic west coast. Walk the best sections of it, taking in the famed Cliffs of Moher and the unique limestone escarpment of The Burren. The tour starts in Liscannor and finishes on the north Clare coast at Ballyvaughan, overlooking Galway Bay.
The Dingle Way is one of Ireland’s most beautiful walking trails. On our Dingle Way Highlights itinerary you will take in all the best sections of the Way from Camp in eight days – diverse landscapes, rich archaeological sites and friendly hosts. And with the ease of luggage transfers, the Dingle Way will offer you an unforgettable experience.
Walk the Beara Way, a walking route located in Ireland’s south-west corner. This 8-day itinerary includes all the major highlights. It starts in Glengarriff and follows the southern shore of the peninsula to Castletownbere. The route then turns north to Eyeries before returning along the northern coastline to Kenmare.
Walk through the unspoilt countryside of the Sheep’s Head peninsula in West Cork in the southwest of Ireland, between Bantry Bay and Dunmanus Bay. The Sheep’s Head Way is a walking route of beauty and peace taking in amazing seascapes and high cliffs.