What is the Wicklow Way?

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The Wicklow Way is one of the most scenic, popular, and oldest way-marked walking routes in Ireland. Recently, the Wicklow Way was voted Irish Walking Trail of the Year 2020 by over a thousand surveyed Irish walkers. What is the

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Black Friday 2020 Travel Special

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Our annual Black Friday 2020 Travel Special is back for limited time only! Enjoy €50 OFF per person for new bookings made by Sunday 29th November 2020* on all IrelandWays.com, CaminoWays.com, and CanariaWays.com self-guided walking and cycling tours. The Black Friday

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Top 4 Family-Friendly Hikes in Dublin

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Although winter is just around the corner, there’s still plenty of time to get outside and go on some family-friendly hikes! Hiking as a family is one of life’s simple pleasures and finding your favourite family-friendly hike in Dublin will

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Must See: The Giant’s Causeway

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The Giant’s Causeway is a truly marvellous, one of a kind landscape. You will pass it when traveling on the brilliant Causeway Coast Way. Throughout time whispers of magic and sorcery spread throughout the region, claiming that the causeway was

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Fairy Castle “Camino Preparation” 8km Walk

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On Sunday, September 27th (9.30 am) we are leading an 8km Walk from the Ticknock forest park up to Fairy Castle and back. About this Event Join the Irelandways.com/Caminoways.com team for our Camino preparation walk. This month we are heading to the Dublin Mountains

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5 Reasons why we love the Kerry Way

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Ok, so if you know anything about hiking or cycling in Ireland you’ve heard of The Kerry Way. This majestic region is the perfect blend of remote nature and bustling towns. If you’ve not visited Kerry you’re missing out on

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What is the Dingle Way?

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The Dingle Way is a 162-kilometre looped walk around the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry. It starts and finishes in Tralee and takes in stunning seascapes, mountain trails, quiet country lanes and green roads. The peninsula is also home to

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5 Reasons to go Hiking Solo in Ireland

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Traveling alone on a hiking holiday can be a daunting prospect, but it shouldn’t be. There are lots of advantages to hiking solo! Solo hikers are in full control of their experiences and Ireland is the perfect location for an

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Training for a walking holiday in Ireland?

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Preparing for your cycling or walking holiday in Ireland? The IrelandWays.com team has prepared this useful list of simple tips to help you get in shape: In a nutshell: –Walking in Ireland: Make sure you give your walking shoes a

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Killiney Hill “Camino Preparation” 8km Walk

Sarah ,

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On Sunday, August 30th (9.30 am) we are leading an 8km Walk from Glenageary Dart Station around Killiney hill and back. About this Event Join the Irelandways.com/Caminoways.com team for our Camino preparation walk. This month we are heading to Killiney Hill

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8 Hiking tips for the Kerry Camino

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Kerry is world-renowned for its welcoming hospitality and rugged natural landscape. It’s a fabulous combination for avid walkers. We decided this year to celebrate the Annual Kerry Camino Festival (May) by putting together our definitive list of Kerry Camino Tips.

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3 Easy Hiking Trails For Beginners

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You don’t have to be super fit or even a regular gym-goer to embark on a hiking holiday as long as you pick the right trail. With shorter distances per day and less undulating terrain you still have the chance

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Top 10 Inspiring Irish Quotes

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Some days you just need some motivation to kick start your next big adventure. The IrelandWays team loves picking out their favourite Irish quotes so we wanted to share some of our favourites with you. For these quotes we have

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*New* Top 3 Hiking Short Breaks in Ireland

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A hiking or cycling short break is a great way to explore Ireland this year with the family and reinvigorate the body and mind. With #Staycation2020 happening in Ireland this year, we’ve created some brand new hiking and cycling short

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Video: ‘Ireland Hiking The Spectacular’

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We are delighted to present our latest Irelandways video project ‘Ireland Hiking the Spectacular’. It captures the magic of the hiking across the beautiful green island of Ireland.  Each year thousands of outdoor enthusiasts hit the trail across this little

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Discover Ireland’s Amazing Cliffs of Moher

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The Cliffs of Moher are a breath-taking stretch of elevated coastline located in County Clare along Ireland’s famous Wild Atlantic Way. In Gaelic, the native tongue of Ireland, ‘Mothar’ means ‘the ruin of a fort’. The cliffs take their name

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Travel to Ireland Update July 2020

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We hope our fellow adventurers are safe and well. We wanted to give you a quick travel to Ireland update this month and to share the latest Irish travel news. Travel to Ireland Update July Currently, there is a quarantine (14-days)

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Special Offer July 2020: Get 10% Off!

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To celebrate that we will once again walk the Irish Hiking routes with our friends in 2020, Irelandways.com is giving you a very special offer of 10% off! For a limited time, from July 1st to July 23rd, 2020, Irelandways.com

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Chris, Australia – The Dingle Way

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Ireland Ways communication before departure was excellent. Dingle Way walk amazing with great accommodation and Irish always extremely welcoming and friendly. After a tough last day walking Clochan – Castlegregory to have the lovely Annette pick us up and take

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Tips for your cycling holiday in Ireland

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The IrelandWays.com travel specialists get you ready to hit the road with these essential tips for your cycling holiday in Ireland: Weather-ready Being prepared for the weather is one of the top tips for any cycling and indeed walking trip,

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Travel plans can change… enjoy more flexibility

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At IrelandWays.com we understand travel plans can change so we are waiving change fees on new bookings across all Greenlife Tours brands for a limited time, including CaminoWays.com, CanariaWays.com and FrancigenaWays.com. All new bookings from 9th March can enjoy 1 free date change, up

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St. Patrick’s Day Travel Offer 2020

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St. Patrick’s Day 2020 is just around the corner and the people of Ireland are preparing to welcome thousands of tourists from around the world. Get involved with our St. Patrick’s Day Travel Offer 2020! Tourists can expect plenty of

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Achill Island : Pauline’s experience

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The beginning of my Achill Island journey.. I began my journey on Achill Island following the Greenway west, on the north coast of a peninsula. At first I was surrounded by forest but gradually the landscape opened producing a large

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10 reasons to hike Ireland in 2020

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There are so many reasons to hike Ireland that we struggled to condense our list to ten. This little island is famous around the world for its welcome and tradition. Many people worldwide claim Irish heritage and 2020 is the

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3 Breathtaking coastal hikes in Ireland

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As an Island nation we are spoiled for choice when it comes to dramatic coastal views and inviting beaches to explore. Full of hidden coves, sand dunes and tempting waves, the walking routes that soak up some of the Wild

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An Irish Halloween

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It’s that time of year where we’re all getting ready for Halloween but as we prepare for the festivities some of you may not have known that Halloween actually originated in Ireland. The festival of Samhain originated in Celtic Ireland

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Essential Hiking in Ireland Tips

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The IrelandWays.com travel specialists get you ready for an unforgettable adventure with these essential hiking in Ireland tips, are you ready? Let’s go! WEATHER Being prepared for the weather is rule number one when it comes to hiking holidays, whether

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5 unmissable Irish Films

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Film making as a craft is embedded into the Irish culture much like the poetry of the land. Irish people love nothing more than turning their hand to artistic adventure. Throughout the varied landscape of Ireland, you will hike and

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Irish Recipe: Mussels in White Wine Sauce

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At CaminoWays, we love Irish Mussels. If you’re a mussel fan too, we recommend you prepare this tasty recipe: mussels in white wine sauce. Fresh mussels are plentiful around the coasts of almost every beach along the Wild Atlantic Way.  This

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FAQ: How does your support number work?

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All our cycling and walking tours in Ireland include a 24/7 support number, provided with your holiday pack. This number is designed to give you peace of mind and provide assistance with any possible issues or additional requests arising during the trip.

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Infographic: Ireland hiking checklist

Maria ,

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The IrelandWays.com team has prepared this really handy Ireland hiking checklist with very simple tips and advice for your trip. *Click on the image to enlarge and download to your phone or computer. For more information about hiking in Ireland

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The Irish Language : A beginner’s guide

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Known as Gaelic worldwide, locally it is more commonly referred to as Irish. It is the first official language of Ireland, as well as one of the official languages of the European Union. There are a number of common misconceptions

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