A hike on the Burren Way along the Wild Atlantic Coast of Ireland is worthwhile for so many reasons. This trail is famous for leading past the world-renowned Cliffs of Moher but there’s [...]
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The Burren is a unique region in the West of Ireland. As one of the largest karst landscapes in Europe, stone terraces stretch to the horizon. The wild Atlantic ocean rushes behind them. [...]
With a new year comes an opportunity to start afresh and embrace a ‘new you’ as well. To some of us that may mean travelling to new places, or exercising [...]
Ireland is full of history. Whether it’s the uprising in Dublin, the tribes of Galway City, or vikings arriving onto our shores, there are stories of years gone by at [...]
What are some of the best hikes in Ireland? We get asked this question a lot and, as we’re experts in all things hiking, we trust that we can point [...]
The Burren is one of the most fascinating ecosystems in the world and the Burren Way walking trail is an amazing way to experience this unique place. In this blog [...]
The Burren Way is a 123km trail through the famous karst region in County Clare. Ancient tombs and structures, fantastic coastal scenery and unique flora and fauna are all found [...]