Kilmacurragh & Glendalough

Out of Sight – Not Out of Mind – A Monastic Link through the Wicklow Mountains

Remnants of an ancient pathway, lined with yew trees, still connects these two early medieval monastic sites, yet they are very different in terms of inspiration, design and natural environment.


Killruddery & Marlay

Tales of two Big Houses and their Fabulous Gardens in the Foothills of the Wicklow Mountains

This socio-historical tour homes in on of two of the most privileged families in Irish history, exploring the remarkable worlds they created on the edge of the Dublin-Wicklow mountains. Take a break from the present tense and journey with us back to an age when butlers, carriages and afternoon tea all played a vital part in the daily routine.


Garden Creators of East and West Wicklow Mountains

Exotic Creations in the Hidden Valleys of County Wicklow

Experience a day trip to these micro-climatic garden gems hidden in the valleys south of Dublin as we follow the Sun from East to West across the scenic Wicklow Mountains.

The valleys of Co. Wicklow have been popular with collectors of exotic plants for centuries and the special environment here allows a breath-taking mix of exotic and native plant species to thrive side by side.


Spiritual Paths – Ancient Myths in The Heart of Ireland

Crossroads between the Worlds

In central Ireland, known as the ‘The Midlands’, many places bear witness to the rituals of the ancient Celtic druids and the early Christian influences that followed. This is a magical landscape which has inspired innumerable Irish artists and writers.