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.
The Three Bridges Slí na Sláinte is a 3.6km route which starts at Arthur's Quay Park. The walk follows a stunning route along the banks of the River Shannon, crossing Matthew Bridge, passing St. Mary's Cathedral and the historic King John's Castle, before crossing Thomond Bridge, and passing the Treaty Stone on Clancy's Strand.
The route continues for well over 1km along the waterfront, passing Sarsfield Bridge and onto O'Callaghan's Strand and taking in Limerick's beautiful new boardwalk.
Following the loop along the North Circular Road, the route takes a left turn and then crosses the Shannon Bridge.
The route then returns to the starting point at Arthurs Quay via Bishop's Quay, Bedford Row and Henry Street.
*The route marked in yellow below outlines the Threee Bridges Walking Route
Starting Point: Arthur's Quay Park, Limerick