Ireland's South West
The southwest is home to Ireland’s highest mountain peaks, finest national parks, and largest Gaeltacht towns and villages. It’s where the land meets the ocean, an ancient landscape with secluded beaches, emerald-green farmland, and prehistoric forts and stone walls. The contrasting scenery and friendly locals make it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts.
Walk around the Iveragh Peninsula through Ireland’s oldest protected wilderness on the Kerry Way national trail. Set off on captivating walks through some of the finest coastal scenery on the Dingle Way. If you would like to go somewhere untouched and undiscovered, the Beara Way is for you, described as Ireland’s best-kept secret, where your only company along some stretches are flocks of sheep.
More reasons to enjoy this beautiful part of the world are the warmth of the locals, the cosy B&B’s, and the obligatory Irish coffee or pint of Guinness to refresh you after every walk. Ireland's South West is home to the famous, the mysterious, and the unknown. Simply pick an itinerary, and we will take care of anything else!