Cead mile failte! A hundred thousand welcomes await you during our walking holidays in Ireland. Witness the 50 shades of green for which the Emerald Isle is famed as you go walking the Kerry Way and enjoy the Irish hospitality in the pubs and restaurants you encounter along the way. Rugged cliffs, vast expanses of green and unspoilt golden beaches are just some of the landscapes you'll discover.
Walking the Kerry Way is one of the best ways to experience the vistas as the Celts once did, thousands of years ago. At 210km, the Kerry Way is the longest trail in Ireland and boasts lakes, waterfalls and pretty fishing villages along its route. During your journey you'll have the chance to see the delights of The Wild Atlantic Way, including secluded beaches and bays. Take time to enjoy historic locations such as the landing spot of the first non-stop transatlantic flight by Alcock and Brown.
Home to several renowned writers, artists and actors, Ireland is a melting pot of creativity and it's easy to understand why so many films have used this beautiful country as the backdrop for many a scene. Ireland inspires visitors with its diverse landscapes, local culture and enthralling history while walking the Kerry Way. During our walking holidays in Ireland, you'll stay in cosy B&Bs where you can enjoy a hearty Irish breakfast that will set you up for the day.
Self-guided walking holidays in Ireland include breakfasts and accommodation.
The Kerry Way is the Emerald Isle's longest trail - at 210km, it offers fantastic views of the unspoilt landscapes - a walk here will swathe you in 10,000 years of dramatic Celtic history. Nestled in the south-west corner of Ireland, on this 4-night trip you'll spot contrastingly beautiful landscapes at every turn. From rugged cliffs to some of Europe's finest golden beaches, small friendly villages and velvety green fields to picturesque mountain ranges.
The Kerry Way is the Emerald Isle's longest trail - at 210km, it offers fantastic views of the unspoilt landscapes - a walk here will swathe you in 10,000 years of dramatic Celtic history. Admire crisp blue lakes, pretty waterfalls, lovely little villages and velvety green pastures.
County Kerry contains some of Ireland's most iconic scenery, with sea cliffs carved by the wild Atlantic Ocean, and soft golden baches, emerald-green farmland criss-crossed by stone walls, mist-shrouded bogs and cloud-torn mountain peaks.