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Everyone thinks West is best, but there is a lot to be said for the historic heartland of Ireland. Part of Ireland’s Ancient East, Munster Vales offers buckling mountain ranges, corrie lakes, quarries converted into adventure playgrounds, great biking routes, jagged coastlines and babbling rivers that are perfect for paddling. Unspoiled, unpolluted and crowd-free, Orla Ó Muirí spends 48 hours exploring the gems on offer!
Sarah Slattery of 'The Travel Expert cycled, swam, foraged for seaweed and even went axe throwing and all within Munster Vales. Read her blog here The Travel Expert were Sarah and her family explored castles, caves and a cottage – all while staying in a wonderful eco camp. With 96 attractions and 1,100km of walking trails, check out my top things to do in the Munster Vales.
Discover the Novel Traveller exhilarating adventures in Munster Vales
Michelle Jackson Aka the Novel Travel travelled to the Munster Vales and discovered a staycation within our destination is an epic adventure with wonderful attention to detail adhering to social distancing guidelines, friendly atmosphere and of course plenty of amazing attractions. engaging experiences and of course plenty of fun along the way. Check out Michelle's detailed discovery of Munster Vales with a read of her blog Novel Travel Review of Munster Vales, Take time to plan your visit to Munster Vales as Michelle points out her favourite places to visit and stay within our give mountainous range in Munster Vales.
To really get to the bottom of what Food Trails and Taste of the Vales has to offer, we hooked up with RTE reporter and Meet Your Maker host Liam Geraghty to produce a one-off podcast.
In it, Liam talks to locals and experts like café owners, hikers and tour guides about what makes this vibrant Munster tourism destination so special.
He gets a whistle stop history of Lismore from Mealla Fahy, Manager of Lismore Heritage Centre, with some top tips on what to do and where to eat; an overview of the 32 food producers in Tipperary from Cahir House Hotel owner, David Walsh; a little bit of history from Justin Green the owner of Ballyvolane House in Cork which produces the brilliantly named Bertha’s Revenge Gin after the oldest cow in the world (she was 48); Mountain Rescue hero Mario MacRory gives some good sensible advice on how to get the most out of the mountains safely; and finally, some great local, organic mouthwatering menus and ideas for how to spend your time from Myra Ryall owner of Café Townhouse at the foot of the Ballyhoura Mountains.