Family Highlight Comeraghs


Hidden Gems



Wild Pursuits in the Comeraghs

Enjoy an array of outdoor activities in the Comeragh Mountains area. There’s something for everyone with daring adventures, stunning scenery and relaxing walks.

The Greenway

Witness the glorious views from the Greenway, a 46km off-road cycling and walking trail along an old railway line between Waterford City and Dungarvan. Stop off in Kilmacthomas and recharge with a coffee and a bite to eat in Coach House Coffee.

Insider Tip: Bikes are available for hire from a number of locations comprising of Waterford, Kilmacthomas and Dungarvan with a free shuttle bus to all hires. For information see

The Copper Coast

Take advantage of the beautiful beaches nearby. Stroll hand-in-hand on the sandy walkways of Bunmahon Beach and Clonea Strand. Uncover the fascinating geology and archaeology of the Copper Coast UNESCO Geopark in Bunmahon. Follow the self-guided trail with walking cards available from the centre.

Sea Kayaking on the Copper Coast with Pure Adventure

Boat rides on the River Blackwater

Blackwater ECO Tours are situated in the picturesque village of Villierstown in West Waterford. Here you can take a guided boat trip along the River Blackwater or opt to take the wheel yourself and go for a self guided tour. Great fun guaranteed, pick up a picnic in the local shop before you jump on board and check into the luxurious glamping pods for a night of glamorous camping.

Suir Blueway

Follow the Comeragh Mountains and the River Suir across the breath-taking Blueway from Cahir to Carrick-on-Suir, offering walks, cycling paths and a kayak route. Along the Blueway you pass through Clonmel, a prominent town in South Tipperary dotted with darling cafés and restaurants and welcoming people before making your way to the charming village of Kilshelan and finishing up in Carrick on Suir where cafes, restaurants and a hotel await you after your scenic trip along the Blueway.