Ireland's Pilgrimage Routes
Just as the Camino de Santiago follows Santiago (St James), numerous Irish saints lend their names and stories to these paths.
Meander the green fields, remote summits, vast heathland and dramatic coastline while following ancient Ireland’s pilgrimage routes.
Motivations for hiking Ireland’s pilgrimage routes may vary – some pilgrimage hikers may be spirituality motivated. Others may be fascinated with the historical aspect, or even the importance of tradition, and the romantic notion that so many others have walked this path before. Still, others may choose to hike Ireland’s pilgrimage routes in search of inner peace or mindfulness. Some hikers may simply like the idea of walking along at long distance trail.
Whatever it is that intrigues you, whether you’re looking for inward reflection or simply a beautiful place to hike, Ireland’s pilgrimage routes hold the answer.
Read on to discover the best of ancient Ireland’s pilgrimage routes traced across the land by the pilgrims of yesteryears through some of the most stunning corners of Ireland.