Munster Vales Bundles
Munster Vales offers you bundles of activities and accommodation to choose from throughout the region. Whether you want to take on the Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trails or enjoy a scenic walk in Aherlow we have what you need!
Check out our bundle packages below.
Unforgettable Holiday Experience
Adventures in Munster Vales
Walking Holidays in Munster Vales
A unique experience exploring the hidden gems of Ballyhoura Country encompassing luxury
accommodation, stunning walkways, heritage and culture in the lush counties of Cork and Limerick
in Ireland’s Ancient East. Booking required only for JJ’s Craft Brewery Tour. Click here for more info
A unique experience exploring the magnificent Mountains of Munster Vales with guided walks
incorporating folklore and local knowledge. Uncover the magnificent Waterford Greenway by foot or
bike and be captivated by the magic of Mitchelstown Caves. Tales of romance, intrigue, frolics and
fun await along the Butler Trail. Click here for more info.
A unique experience exploring one of Munster Vales Mountains: The Ballyhouras! A warm welcome
and an array of interesting activities await you on the Cork/Limerick border. Energise yourself in the
mountain bike park and find yourself away with the fairies in one of the vibrant Ballyhoura Gardens.
Enjoy a walking tour on one of the way-marked ways or taste the sweet juices in the treasured Apple
Farm. Wind down at a local trad session with charming Irish characters for an unforgettable
experience! Click here for more info.
Make time for The Butler Trail
Explore the medieval heartlands of Tipperary and discover centuries of drama, romance, intrigue and deadly rivalries as you follow in the footsteps of the powerful Butler dynasty. Click here for more info
Reconnect with yourself as you explore beautiful County Tipperary in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. Through lush green fields, soaring mountain ranges and hidden glades, people have been inspired for millennia to build churches, shrines, monasteries and tombs to echo the sacred landscapes of Ireland’s Premier County. Click here for more info.