There is no better way to experience Ireland than while walking!
Our self-guided walking holidays at Walking Holiday Ireland allow you to discover the beautiful landscape and Irish countryside at your pace while we take care of all the details, including baggage transfers.
All our walking routes on our walking tours are updated and checked every year, and our friendly accommodation and B&B partners are carefully selected and handpicked by us to ensure your holiday in Ireland is an experience to be remembered and cherished.
Walking Holiday Ireland is a small organisation, and therefore personal and flexible. So if you have special requests, just ask us! We will ensure that your walking holiday in Ireland is unforgettable!
The Cooley Peninsula and Mourne Mountains Walking Area
The self guided walking holidays in the Cooley and Mourne Mountains take many people by surprise! The walking routes in our self guided walking holidays vary from gently sloping hills amongst forests and sheep farming country to beautiful coastlines on the Carlingford Peninsula to the more rugged and wild Mountains of Mourne.
The Cooley Peninsula and Carlingford
These shorter walking holidays focus on the Cooley Peninsula and the picturesque medieval town of Carlingford. These are ideally combined with a visit to Dublin and/or Belfast (just one hour away)
The Glens of Antrim and Causeway Coast Hiking and Trekking Holidays
Our self guided walking holidays in Northern Ireland along the Causeway Coast and Glens of Antrim are truly spectacular. From the green glens and forests with its enchanting valleys, the friendly fishing villages to the breathtaking coastal walks you will not be disappointed, and your only regret will be leaving to make your journey home.
The Giant Causeway Coast Walking Holidays
Causeway Coast Walking Holidays start in Ballycastle and end in Bushmills or Portstewart and include:
Murlough Bay, Fair Head, Rathlin Island, Ballintoy, Carrick-a-rede, Portbalintrae, Dunluce, Dunseverick, Portrush and Portstewart.
Rambling in the Wicklow Mountains…
Wicklow is central to Ireland’s Ancient East and is one of Ireland’s top destinations for hill walking and outdoor enthusiasts. Probably because Wicklow’s landscape is unique; rolling mountains, steep-sided glacial valleys, fast flowing mountain streams and heather clad hills. Ireland’s largest national park is in Wicklow, and it contains the biggest mountain area, highest waterfall and is the source of Dublin’s own River Liffey.