Discover the hidden corner of Ireland's Ancient East, through the unique perspective of local experts on this carefully crafted 6 Day Camino Experience that retraces the footsteps of those who have gone before. Every day, you can expect something totally different; a mountain trail one day, an old coastal pilgrim path another, even a cycle on the Waterford Greenway or a walk around the mystical lakes of Glendalough. Time on our Camino in Ireland’s Ancient South East is good for mind, body and soul.
Guided Tour Dates:
- Inaugural Easter Tour: Sunday 20th September 2020 to Friday 25th September 2020
- Sunday 11th October 2020 to Friday 16th October 2020
Comeragh Mountains and St Declan's Way
The Comeragh Mountains are one of Ireland’s best-kept secrets, offering everything from a dramatic waterfall to an age-old pathway that follows the River Mahon through a Cathedral of rock to the woods below.
Walk in the footsteps of St Declan along stunning cliff walks around Ardmore and later arriving into the timeless surroundings of Lismore. St Declan’s Way is often thought of as Ireland’s original Camino or pilgrimage.
The Waterford Greenway is a striking 46km off-road walking and cycling trail along an old railway line. It starts at the quays of Waterford and travels all the way through a heritage-rich area to the vibrant seaside market town of Dungarvan.
This is a journey through time by foot or bicycle against the towering backdrop of the Comeragh Mountains on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other.
Undoubtedly one of Ireland’s most beautiful tourist locations, Glendalough, the valley of two lakes will not disappoint. A place of profound beauty and tranquillity, you will feel like you have entered a sacred space.
A guided walk around the lakes will give you an in-depth look into the history of the area, as well as giving you the opportunity to experience the spirituality of Glendalough.