Ireland

Ireland's spectacular natural beauty, rich history, unhurried pace of life and legendary hospitality ensures that a walking holiday in Ireland will be a magical experience. This year we are offering six walking tours exploring the 'Emerald Isle', the Antrim Coast & Glens, Dingle Way, Beara Way, Wicklow Way, Sheep's Head Way and the Kerry Way, a walkers' Ring of Kerry around the beautiful Iveragh Peninsula in South West Ireland.

Here are our favourite walking holidays in Ireland:

Kerry Way

Kerry Way

Described as a walkers' Ring of Kerry, the Kerry Way is a low-level circuit of the spectacular Iveragh Peninsula, a region of wild, natural beauty steeped in history and legend. The glorious scenery of lakes, mountains and glens, ancient oak woodlands and a rugged coastline of wave-battered cliffs, coves and islands combine with the unhurried pace of life and wonderful hospitality to provide a truly memorable experience.

Dingle Way

Dingle Way

The Dingle Peninsula combines everything that is legendary about Ireland: a wild and remote coastline, rugged mountains and abundant reminders of Ireland's rich history and culture. Starting and finishing in the busy market town of Tralee, the Dingle Way makes a circuit of this enchanting corner of Ireland.

Beara Way

Beara Way

The Beara Peninsula is famed for its stunning natural beauty and as it circles the coast and mountains, the Beara Way enjoys stunning vistas. With the mystical Iron Age forts and tales from Irish Legend, the Beara Way captures everything that is enchanting about the 'Emerald Isle.'

Wicklow Way

Wicklow Way

Fondly known as 'the Garden of Ireland,' County Wicklow is a picturesque landscape of serene lakes, glacial valleys, majestic mountains, forests and farmland. The Wicklow Way visits this unspoilt region and combines the culture-rich city of Dublin with remote mountain trails and secluded valleys.