4 05, 2021

Kiltealy Walking Trails – a delight of birdsong, butterflies, and bygone days

By |2021-05-19T14:03:17+00:00May 4th, 2021|Ireland, Celtic Routes, Wexford, Ireland's Ancient East|2 Comments

Kiltealy Walking Trails open up a vista across Co. Wexford, across fields, past wind turbines, across to the coast. The 7.6km Cullentra trail, which takes about two hours, takes you through fields, lanes, forest pathways and is a riot of birdsong and butterflies. You'll walk up towards and around the Blackstairs [...]

11 04, 2021

Mount Nebo Walking Trail is steeped in local history

By |2021-05-19T14:05:13+00:00April 11th, 2021|Ireland, Wexford|2 Comments

Mount Nebo Walking Trail is a new addition to Wexford Walking Trails. Located in Hollyfort in North Wexford, we loved it for the mix of woodland trails and views. And who could resist a place as interesting as the name Mount Nebo?   The 5.6km walking trail starts opposite the old [...]

7 08, 2020

Johnstown Castle – walk in the footsteps of history

By |2021-05-13T12:44:25+00:00August 7th, 2020|Ireland, Wexford, Ireland's Ancient East|0 Comments

Johnstown Castle Estate Gardens were a recent re-discovery – and they didn’t disappoint. It’s been a few years since we visited the Castle just outside Wexford town and its Irish Agricultural Museum. Even though it was a little damp on our visit – well, it rained – we still thoroughly enjoyed the [...]

17 07, 2020

Kilmore Quay and Ballyhealy Beach – wow!

By |2021-05-13T12:44:55+00:00July 17th, 2020|Ireland, Celtic Routes, Wexford, Ireland's Ancient East|2 Comments

Kilmore Quay and its iconic thatched cottages in south Wexford was the venue for a recent overnight staycation. A view of the sea, a walk on the beach and I’m a happy woman. And Kilmore Quay, nearby Ballyteige Burrow, and Ballyhealy Beach deliver all that. Kilmore Quay Kilmore Quay by night, with [...]

7 07, 2020

Raven Nature Reserve – trees, trails, and time by the sea

By |2021-05-13T12:45:19+00:00July 7th, 2020|Ireland, Celtic Routes, Wexford, Ireland's Ancient East|2 Comments

Raven Nature Reserve at Curracloe in Co Wexford combines my twin loves in a walk – woodland and sea views! Essentially, the Nature Reserve at Raven Wood has the magnificent Curracloe Beach to the east. And, on the west, sheltered by the Corsican pines of the Wood, lie the North Slobs. The [...]

12 06, 2020

Coolmelagh waiting to be discovered

By |2021-05-13T12:45:46+00:00June 12th, 2020|Ireland, Celtic Routes, Wexford, Wicklow, Ireland's Ancient East|4 Comments

You’ll find the Coolmelagh looped walks between Bunclody in north Wexford and Carnew in south Wicklow. You’ll also find stunning views of the Wicklow hills, which makes these Coillte and Wexford Walking Trail routes so worthwhile. From various vantage points, you can see the surrounding countryside of Wexford, Carlow, and on up [...]

4 06, 2020

Woodland wonder at Ballyfad Wood

By |2021-05-13T12:46:13+00:00June 4th, 2020|Ireland, Celtic Routes, Wexford, Ireland's Ancient East|0 Comments

If you love woodland walks, Ballyfad Wood in north Wexford is definitely one to check out. Ireland being Ireland, we need options on rainy days, and Ballyfad Wood, with its sheltered walks, ticks that box. As does Tomnafinnoge Woods in south Wicklow incidentally. Rich history Anyways, four trails loop through Ballyfad Wood, [...]

18 05, 2020

Askamore looped walks have stunning views

By |2021-05-13T12:46:38+00:00May 18th, 2020|Ireland, Wexford|2 Comments

The looped walks at Askamore in North Wexford are just waiting to be discovered. The views across the green plains and gorse-yellow hedgerows of fine agricultural land to the coast beyond is just stunning. You’ll be able to see the windmills on the Arklow sandbanks, down along to Kilmuckridge and on to [...]

3 01, 2020

Great views from Cahore Cliff Walk

By |2021-05-13T12:53:15+00:00January 3rd, 2020|Ireland, Celtic Routes, Wexford, Ireland's Ancient East|0 Comments

Cahore Cliff Walk is a great boost for walkers in Wexford. Developed by the local Tidy Towns and Wexford County Council, it links Cahore Point and the Old Bawn Beach. For the record, Old Bawn Beach is one of my all-time favourite beaches. The wide stretches of sand, the sand dunes, the [...]

Go to Top