»Plan a weekend away this spring in Dingle, with beautiful scenery on your doorstep.
Walking in spring
»Get your hiking boots on this spring and see Ireland in style - on foot.
»The historic houses of Ireland offer guests the chance to sample the rich heritage of the countryside.
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»This spring, find an event to suit you, whether it's a day at the races or a literary festival.
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»Great value quality breaks await you in Ireland so find the one just right for you.
»Start your search for the perfect Irish break now. What's stopping you?
Walking toursJoin one of Ireland's many walking tours to witness the scenic beauty.
Local guidesJoin a scheduled walk, customise your own guided hike, or find a personal guide.
Rambling clubsMeet like-minded people and enjoy the scenery together.
Please note that most of the National Looped Walks presented here are not dog friendly.Many of these walks are developed by local communities in conjunction with local landowners who have given walkers permissive access to enter private and often agricultural land.It is at the discretion of the local landowner as to whether they give permission for walkers to take dogs onto their land.
...that the swords, jewellery, trumpets and even human bodies found in the Girley Bog Loop walk were preserved by the acid nature of the bog?
Ireland boasts an incredible array of coastal walks. From the Beara Way in Co Cork and Kerry, to the West Quarter Loop on Inishbofin, there are breathtaking trails waiting for you.
Ireland’s national parks and forests vary dramatically in size and landscape. But they all have one thing in common – they're scenic wonders and havens for walkers this spring.