Taking time out to explore Ireland while you are here to tie the knot is essential to see what our beautiful country has to offer. Why not embrace the outdoors and plan to see some of the fabulous landscape right on our doorstep.
The Giant’s Causeway (Antrim)
One of Ireland’s most famous tourist attractions has so much offer. Walk along 33km of its beautiful trails and picturesque views. You and your partner will adore how unique and amazing the Giant’s Causeway really is.
See all of what Ireland has to offer by taking a hike along the beautiful landscape. Glendalough is one of Irelands most beautiful places to go for walks. Visit Kevin’s bed and admire the glistening lakes before hiking through the mountains of heather and seeing some of Ireland’s wildlife. Red deer can be spotted all along the hike.
The Dingle Way (Kerry)
You and your partner will adore the long-distance trail around the Dingle Peninsula in the stunning County of Kerry. It is a 162-kilometre long circular route that begins and ends in the lovely Tralee and is typically completed in eight days.
Divis Ridge Trail (Antrim)
Overlook the wonderful city of Belfast while walking along the spectacular 4.2 mile trail along Divis mountain in the stunning county of Antrim.
The Cliffs of Moher (Clare)
The magnificent Cliffs of Moher in Ireland’s fabulous county of Clare are not to be missed when you are honeymooning in Ireland. The cliffs can simply not be missed when paying a visit to Ireland. Walk along the coast and witness the breath-taking views off the coast of Ireland, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Croagh Patrick (Mayo)
The famous mountain in county Mayo a rich vein of archaeological heritage. Croagh Patrick is situated five miles from the picturesque town of Westport. Magnificent views of Clew Bay and the surrounding south Mayo countryside are to be had from all stages of the ascent of the mountain.
The Wicklow Way (Wicklow)
Walk along the Wicklow Way with your partner. Wicklow has many secnic views for you and your partner to enjoy. Admire the stunnign landscape of Wicklow with its spectacular mountain range as well as enjoying the wildlife.
Connemara Way (Galway)
Galway’s unique landscape is not to be missed when visiting Ireland. There are many beautiful locations perfect for hiking. The Connemara way is one of them. Admire the stunning flora and fauna.
The Glen of Aherlow (Tipperary)
Located in county Tipperary, The Glen of Aherlow is a perfect place to go hiking with your new spouse. The views are breath-taking. It’s the county’s most attractive and popular hiking destination. Overlooking the rive and lush valley it is a sight not to be missed.
Stairway to heaven (Fermanagh)
A rather new hiking feature is located in county Fermanagh. This wooden stairway up along the Cuilcagh Mountain Park. This scenic view is something that is not to be missed. It has become very popular for tourists and people in Ireland. Be sure to see it for yourself on your Irish honeymoon. The stepped boardwalk is 1.6 km in length and is located at the end of a 5.8 km limestone gravel track. The full trail takes about six hours to complete, well worth it when you both are rewarded with the picturesque view above Fermanagh.
May you be poor in misfortune
Rich in blessings,
Slow to make enemies,
And quick to make friends.
But rich or poor,
Quick or slow,
May you know nothing but happiness
from this day forward.