Tralee To Fenit Greenway
Cycle or stroll from Castle to Coast and discover the historic towns and remarkable landscapes of South West Ireland as you go.
Ireland’s network of Greenways is becoming an increasingly popular way to explore the country. Many have been developed using old and abandoned train lines so, not only are they an environmentally friendly way to travel, they are improving existing infrastructure. There’s also the health benefits of physical exercise as people opt out of their cars and onto their bikes.
Relax and enjoy the scenery away from the traffic and noise. Take in the towns and villages, as you explore from castle to coast on the South Western Greenways:
west limerick tonorth kerry greenWay
The West Limerick to North Kerry Greenway connects the market towns of Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale to the heritage town of Listowel. It’s a must for anyone interested in historic Ireland. Along this route you’ll discover Norman castles, abbeys, workhouses, famine graveyards, deserted railway stations, viaducts. stone circles, ring forts, ogham stones, holy wells, monasteries and cathedrals.
tralee to fenit greenway
Ireland’s three highest mountains are in Kerry. In fact, out of the top ten highest in Ireland, six are found in the Kingdom. Whether you want a scenic hill walk, a strenuous hike or a roped ascent, you have plenty of options in Kerry’s Reeks District. There are some fantastic cycling routes through mountain passes, including The Gap of Dunloe, Molls Gap, Conor Pass and Ballaghasheen Pass..
proposedsouth kerry greenway
An additional Greenway in Kerry’s south has recently been approved. The 32km South Kerry Greenway will run from Glenbeigh to Cahersiveen. When it’s completed you’ll be able to cycle or walk from the Reeks District all the way down to Valentia Island, taking in breathtaking ocean views along the way. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the progress.