Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands is just the place to get off the beaten track, slow right down and enjoy a gentler pace.
All along the 179km of Lough Derg shoreline, there’s a blend of land and water trails, secret spots and historical buildings. Take a bike ride along forest trails or get out onto the water on a cruiser or boat. And, if you want to step it up a gear, get kitted out by one of the local providers for all sorts of water activity.
Mountshannon Beach is a small lakeside bathing area located at Lough Derg in Mountshannon, County Clare.Mountshannon Beach is located at Lough Derg, which is one of the major freshwater lakes … Read More
Tipperary Mountain Trekking Centre is a picturesque equestrian centre located in the stunning, unspoiled, mountain countryside of north County Tipperary, within 20km of Nenagh. It also provides accommodation for riders … Read More
Clare Walking Tours specialise in Single Centre-Self Guided walking tours, holidays and short breaks in the East Clare region, on the shores of the beautiful River Shannon and Lough Derg.Clare … Read More
Shannon Sailing is your gateway to Lough Derg, Irelands most scenic inland sailing water. They provide boat rental, charter and sailing tuition from their private harbour on the lakeshore, in … Read More
fisHerman is owned by fishing enthusiast Herman Molenaar, an experienced angling guide for pike on Lough Derg and the East Clare lakes. Located in Killaloe, County Clare, fisHerman’s complete fishing … Read More
Discover Lough Derg for your next holiday in Ireland. A majestic lake located between the counties of Clare, Tipperary and Galway, you will find activities to keep you entertained, accommodation to suit all budgets, heritage and culture waiting to be explored.
On the water activities include SUP (Stand Up Paddling), sailing, cruising, canoeing and fishing while on dry land we have some of the best walking routes in Ireland. From the linear routes of the Lough Derg Way & East Clare Way to the looped walks dotted around the Lakelands Lough Derg, you can enjoy magnificent scenery and sample delicious local food en route. It’s time for you to visit!