The first time I drove through Cong, my first thought was what a pretty village it was. It was so picturesque driving through the town with it’s colourful buildings, the river running through and the Abbey on either side of the road.
Push your limits with the 1500 Advanced Karting Track at Pallas
This is a brilliant spot for a swim, or a peaceful walk if you are in the area.
Guinness Tower is a hidden gem found in Cong, with view of the surrounding tree tops.
Situated just outside the village of Cong in County Galway, Ashford Outdoors offers a wide range of activities for everyone of all ages. Since I was visiting… Read more “Ashford Outdoors – Ireland”
The Irish National Heritage Park is located on the outskirts of Wexford Town, and displays 9000 years of Irish History over 40 acres of natural woodland. Throughout… Read more “Irish National Heritage Park – Ireland”
Carrickgollogan is one of my favourite short hikes in the Dublin Mountains. It’s a great place to get some fresh air and exercise and leave the worries… Read more “Carrickgollogan Hiking Trail”
Blarney Castle is situated about a 20 minute drive from Cork in Ireland. It’s the famous castle where you can kiss the Blarney Stone and be bestowed… Read more “Blarney Castle and Gardens – Ireland”
This hike was a continuation of https://shellsadventures.com/2020/01/01/dublin-mountains-way-day-4-tibradden-wood-to-ticknock-forest-fairy-castle/ It felt a bit shorter of a hike, perhaps because it was relatively even elevation but it worked out to… Read more “Dublin Mountains Way – Day 5 – Tibradden Wood to Killakee”
This hike was a continuation of https://shellsadventures.com/2019/11/24/dublin-mountains-way-day-2-carrickgollogan-to-glencullen/. The day 3 hike started off at Johnnie Foxes car park, following the Dublin Mountains Way signs, about 7KM to… Read more “Dublin Mountains Way – Day 3 – Glencullen to Ticknock Forest, Fairy Castle”