Coast Road Walk Glin
Scenic walk to Glin on the footpath adjacent to the shore of the river Shannon, and take in the breathtaking view of the river Shannon & county Clare across the water and observe Hamilton's Tower before you reach Glin pier where you can go for a swim with the locals or take a seat and take in the beauty of the surrounding area.The Award Winning Tarbert House Woodland Walk Tarbert - amid the natural woodland of Leslie's Wood and the scenic views of the River Shannon. People can take a leisure walk of approximately 1-hour duration. The walk is now outstanding because seats have been installed at scenic points and specimen trees have been identified and tagged.
The walks around Ballybunion are exceptional. The Cliff Walk Ballybunion - This walk takes you along the edge of the cliffs out to the 9 daughter's hole around to the Virginrock and overlooking the nun's beach. It's awesome and invigorating to watch the force of the Atlantic pounding the cliff edge and the fresh air is something else. This is a walk I would highly recommend and even if you are not into walking, you sure will enjoy this one.
The coastal grandeur and unspoilt greenery of the Shannon Region lends itself to a relaxing game of golf. You will find an abundance of golf courses within easy reach of Knights Haven. Knights Haven offers the golfer the perfect touring base for some of Irelands, and the worlds, best golf challenges at Ballybunion, Tralee, Adare, Lahinch and Killarney.
Exploring beautiful countryside by horse is a stimulating experience and there are many options to enable you enjoy this experience at your leisure. There are many riding centres offering a wide range of facilities, catering for every rider, whether novice or experienced and regardless of age.
The River Shannon, abundant in many types of fish and shellfish was a source of food for the people of Glin and the Surrounding parishes during the 1800's.Over the years the picturesque and peaceful village of Glin has become a popular angling resort. Anglers from far and wide can testify to the rewarding catches yielded by the river Shannon. The Shannon Region is dominated by water and the profusion of lakes rivers and streams in the region make it a veritable paradise for anglers.
When you go cycling around Glin, we can offer you a multitude of roads and a minimum of traffic and a healthy and invigorating exercise that you will enjoy. You will also have the opportunity to see and enjoy the beautiful scenery in which Glin is located and the cyclist will be close to a vibrant farming community set against a backdrop of very splendid green pastures, hills and a breathtaking view of the River Shannon. The variety of scenery is almost endless, villages, castles, historic sites, gardens and rivers.
Killimer - Tarbert Ferries.
The main tourist routes of the West of Ireland's Shannon Region are linked via the Killimer-Tarbert car ferry.
This pleasant, 20 minute journey across the Shannon Estuary will save 85 miles (137 km) from ferry terminal to ferry terminal providing a staging point for the many attractions of Clare, Kerry and adjoining counties.
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