Follow your heart Top Walking and Hiking Trails in Ireland Walking and hiking in Ireland is a dream. Expect remarkable scenery, friendly festivals and routes for every ability. Belfast to Connemara – a journey Magical sights, epic adventures and delicious food stories: fill your heart on this eight-day trail from Belfast to Connemara. Fill your heart with Bundoran Big waves and bigger cliffs: The seaside town of Bundoran in County Donegal doesn't do anything on a small scale. Trip Idea: Ireland's Lakelands A whole world away from the rest of the island, come and explore the mythical past and modern present of Ireland’s hidden waterways Whale Watching in Ireland Did you know that Ireland’s waters are home to a whale and dolphin sanctuary? We’ve got a guide for the most scenic whale-spotting sights on the Wild Atlantic Way, if you’re lucky you might just find some creatures along the way! Cycling the Kingfisher Trail Pack up your panniers, the 480km long, figure of eight Kingfisher Trail is ideal for those looking for a real off the beaten track cycling experience. Trip Idea: Great Western Greenway Grab your bike, hit Ireland's longest off-road cycle trail, and discover mountains, coast, and ancient history all along the Great Western Greenway. Connemara Dubbed a place of "savage beauty" by Oscar Wilde, the striking region of Connemara has been a landmark destination for anyone looking to experience the authentic Ireland for many years. Explore Ireland from the Water Grab your paddle and explore Ireland's waterways as we explore the best of kayaking and canoeing in Ireland. Discover the Slieve League cliffs Standing at the top of the magnificent Slieve League cliffs, it feels like you’re at the very edge of the world. Welcome to the Wild Atlantic Way! Keem Bay, County Mayo Crystal clear waters, sandy white strands and ancient secrets set in stone: explore the captivating sights of County Mayo's Keem Bay. Discover The Gobbins Cliff Path Wrapped around the County Antrim coastline, take a step onto the Gobbins cliff path for pulse-pounding excitement with stunning views of ancient cliffs and sparkling seas. Discover The Inishowen Peninsula With the crash of waves against the cliffs below and the spellbinding Northern Lights above, there’s nothing quite like the Inishowen Peninsula. Surfing in Ireland Known to surfers as a “cold paradise”, there’s no better place to take to the water than Ireland's surf capital – Bundoran, County Donegal. Experience Ireland by bike Ireland has some of the most spectacular cycling routes to suit any pace or ability.