Irelands newest addition to our ever growing greenway system is in beautiful Limerick, with a brand new route that promises to be a feast for the senses as it takes you through the charming Limerick country side.
The country's only horological museum and home to the oldest Irish longcase, table clocks and watches in the world
A fully restored Galway Hooker named Realt na Gaillimhe which has been bought by Taylors Bar on Dominck Street in Galways Westend set sail on its maiden voyage on Friday 2nd July to join the fleet of hookers on Galway Bay.
The Greenway is to be constructed along the former railway line between Mountelliott and Waterford, crossing the River Barrow via the renowned Red Bridge and passing through the scenic countryside of South Kilkenny, before reaching Abbeylands and Ferrybank County Waterford. From there it will link to
Galway Tour Guides Association in partnership with Galway City Council will host the first ever walking festival in the county this July. This walking festival will see 30 tour guides telling stories on 25 walks, from Coole Park in Gort through the streets of Galway City and
The Limerick Greenway, the newly renovated 40km scenic off-road walking and cycling route connecting the three market towns of Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale, opens to the public today (1 July). Earmarked to be transformative for the region, the €10 million visionary project is the biggest