Flag for Ireland  Walking Holidays in Ireland

Western Way

Filter by available holiday types (FIND OUT MORE):
Map of our walking Holidays in Ireland - Click here to find out more about Ireland

Ireland is the United Kingdom’s neighbour and both share a lot in common, culturally and economically. The Republic cover about five-sixths of the island with Dublin on the east coast as it’s capital.

There are various landscapes which can be enjoyed across the country. The west is rugged with hills, cliffs, peninsulas and bays. More centrally there are lowlands with bogland and lakes while the east coast is less rugged as it does not have to endure the abuse from the Atlantic.

The famous Irish “Craic” can be enjoyed in any of Ireland’s pubs which are often alive the sounds of conversation and banter and maybe local music if you are lucky.
Walking holidays in Ireland  - Click Here For Full Details Click to View More Information About Ireland

Western Way

Walking holidays in Ireland - Western Way - Click Here For Larger Image This majestic landscape with its wild shoreline and stunning mountains has what Oscar Wilde described as “savage beauty”. Walking the coastal regions of Mayo and Connemara reveals secret beaches, ruins, holy wells and ancient paths among alpine plants, mountain avens and maiden ferns. The area experienced significant depopulation during and after the Great Famine, and you can almost sense this flight from the land as you walk through the rugged mountains and moorlands. You walk past abandoned crofts and villages to finish at Westport. From the peaks you can enjoy spectacular views of the many islands of the West Coast. Leenane, the setting for the classic film ‘The Field’, is the beautiful village where you will stay.

  Walking holiday in Ireland - Western Way - Click Here For Full DetailsVIEW FULL DETAILS   Send us an enquiry about this holiday SEND US AN ENQUIRY

Self Guided walking holiday - Click here to find out more about Self Guided walking holidays   

web site design, hosting and marketing by notcon