Explore the most popular City Walk trails in Ireland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Not spectacular but relaxing and surrounded by vegetation the entire time.

amazing highly recommend

1 month ago

A great walk which you can basically start (and finish) in Cork City centre. The walk is pretty much totally flat so it’s not all challenging although the distance is great enough that you’ll probably be tired by the end of it. It’s well paved asphalt all the way so very suitable for bikes, scooters, buggies and whatnot. Nice views of the harbour and the river along the way. Plenty of benches and grassy banks to take a break on. Stop for lunch and a beer in Blackrock. Highly recommended.

Very nice city walk, giving you the possibility to be in the city but at the same time connect with nature and escape from the hustle. You can walk, ride your bike or go on your rollerblades and enjoy the good pavement conditions in n the walk. I will try it again definitely with my scooter .

We had amazing October weather. We did it twice today. Good bakery and grocery store. Nice big beach.

A fair bit along roads. Good terrain for walking with a pram. Extremely flat, would call it a walk rather than a hike. But it's a lovely beach!

Beautiful beach scenery. An easy walk.

Nice well paved river path that brings you close to the city centre with lovely bird viewing. Continue along O'Callahan Strand for duck & swan viewing & feeding, great for the kids, and onto Clancy's strand for the Treaty stone, King John's Castle and other historical sights.


Monday, September 12, 2016

Nice stroll

Monday, August 03, 2015

Nice path along the river

Nice work on this guide, well done!

2 months ago

Sunday, March 25, 2018