South Coast Walks & Historical Sites
Bring intriguing coastal trails and history alive in South Hampshire
When deciding on a walking holiday location, Ireland should feature at the top of your list. From magnificent shorelines to unspoilt hills, trekking escapes here provide a vast terrain to traverse. With wild countryside and beautiful scenery spanning as far as the eye can see, this magical European island is the perfect place for a hiking tour. Discover ancient buildings and scenic rivers, while experiencing Ireland’s signature charm.
Walking in Ireland is the best way to explore this picturesque nation. From the glistening ocean to its tallest peaks, there is so much to uncover that you won’t want to return home.
You can cruise the bays of southwest Ireland, passing the island of Skellig Michael and the Dingle Peninsula along the way.
Travel to the capital, Dublin, which houses the impressive Howth Head Peninsula, located to the northeast of the city. At the end of this cliffy path is a charming lighthouse, which makes for an immensely photogenic scene.
County Galway is one of the many must-see regions situated in the west of Ireland. With an expert guide, you will have the opportunity to tackle the climb to the 400-metre-high summit of Diamond Hill.
Immerse yourself in the panoramic views of the sea and the stunning landscape below. Glimpse the Twelve Bens from this viewpoint, showcasing some of the highest mountains in Connemara National Park.
Alternatively, embark on a trip to Belfast in Northern Ireland. Here, you’ll negotiate another craggy walking trail en route to the iconic Giant’s Causeway.
At Ramblers Walking Holidays, our knowledgeable leaders ensure you search the highlights of this captivating destination throughout your visit, using their expertise to pick out the greatest walking routes.
To find out more about hiking in Ireland, contact our team now or request a brochure.