The Official Guide to Limerick, Ireland
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Experience Limerick

Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trail

A unique opportunity to enjoy Ireland’s outdoors by mountain bike in the Ballyhoura Mountains in East Limerick and North Cork.

Lough Gur Heritage Centre

Lough Gur is one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites. You will be captivated by the beauty, charm and tranquillity of this ancient place.

The Ballyhoura Way, County Limerick

An attractive and varied route through the lush pastureland of the Golden Vale. The Ballyhoura Way is part of the O'Sullivan Beara trail and stretches 90kms from John's Bridge in North Cork to Limerick Junction in Co.Tipperary.

King John's Castle

The Three Bridges Slí na Sláinte is a 3.6km walk following a stunning route along the banks of the River Shannon and passing some of Limerick's most iconic landmarks.


This 5km route starts at the Galtee Woods car park, follow the purple arrow downhill via forestry paths to cross the Funshion River.

Great Southern Trail

This unique trail full of history, beauty and character in the heart of Ireland's Mid-West Region, is ideal for walking, cycling and hiking.

Curraghchase Forest and Park

This park covers 313 hectares of mixed woodlands, park land and lakes which together provide a rich habitat for a diverse range of animals and plants.

Kilmallock Cycle Hub

These cycle routes will guide you out to the countryside of farmland and forest surrounding the historic walled town of Kilmallock.

Clare Glens Loop Walk, Murroe, County Limerick

This forest park is situated in a quite hilly area. It has beautiful nature trails, which are well signposted and incorporate lots of the other attractions, such as the natural rock pools, rapids and waterfalls (4km).

Pictured at the new Mungret Park and Playground was Robyn Lynch. Picture: Alan Place

Mungret Park and Playground comprises of 3,000 square metres and is specifically designed to acco

Castleconnell, County Limerick

This 3.8km Castleconnell Slí begins at the Ferry Car Park beside the new playground. On leaving the car park turn right in the direction of the Castleoaks Hotel passing the Irish Harp Centre on your way.

adare riverbank walk

Situated on the river Maigue, a tributary of the River Shannon, Adare is steeped in history dating back to 1200AD and is on N21. 

Castle Demesne, Newcastle West, County Limerick

The 3.7Km Slí route in Newcastle West begins in the heart of the Square. Following the route down Bridge Street, it turns onto South Quay.

The Slieve Felim

Enjoy the Slieve Feilm Way Scenic views of four counties.

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Format: 2017-02-20
Format: 2017-02-20