The Grand Canal Way follows pleasant grassy towpaths and tarmac canal-side roads all the way to Shannon Harbour.
A 167km walking trail following in the footsteps of 1,490 tenants forced to emigrate from Strokestown, passing through County Kildare at Kilcock, Maynooth and Leixlip.
Donadea offers a range of walks for all levels of experience, from a short 30-minute stroll around the lake to a 6km trail which takes you all around the park!
Adjoining Kilkea Castle, Mullaghreelan Wood is a picturesque old woodland estate that offers the visitor a very unique forest experience.
Just a short distance outside of Rathangan Village lies one of Ireland's best kept secrets for nature!
Walk the Derby 'trip' over 12 furlongs, following in the hoofprints of the legends of Ireland's pre-eminent horse race, The Irish Derby.
Burtown House in Co. Kildare is an early Georgian House near Athy, with a charming 10 acre garden open to the public.
A mixed woodland with a choice of walking routes on the site of the 5th century monastery founded by St Evin and less than 1km from Monasterevin.
Experience the splendour of Castletown House and parklands, a Palladian mansion in County Kildare.
Enjoy an afternoon stroll, a day out or even a restful week's holiday exploring Ireland's loveliest river, with something of interest at every turn on this 200-year-old towpath.
Have a ramble around the Historic Trails of Naas and unlock hidden treasures you may not have known about in the town of Naas Co. Kildare
The longest Greenway in Ireland stretching to 130km through Ireland's Ancient East and Ireland's Hidden Heartlands. One trail, endless discoveries.
My Bike or Hike provides guided tours that are off the beaten path, delivered in a sustainable way, with a true local expert.
12th century Norman castle containing many interesting and unusual historic items.
Family run Bed & Breakfast in the centre of Naas, allowing ease of access to all the amenities in the area.
The Guinness Storehouse may be the home of the famous tipple but delve a little deeper and you will discover that its birthplace lies here in County Kildare.
St Brigid's Trail follows the footsteps of one of our best loved saints through the town of Kildare and explore this mythical route to discover the legacy of St Brigid.
Four-star self-catering accommodation in a great location for exploring the surrounding areas.
Solas Bhride (Brigid's light/flame) is a Christian Spirituality Centre with a focus on the legacy of St. Brigid.
A home from home, Kilkea Lodge Farm is a great B&B for a relaxing break in the surrounding countryside.
Coolcarrigan is a hidden oasis with a fantastic 15 acre garden full of rare and unusual trees and flowers.
Set amidst acres of historic & intriguing gardens, walkways & parkland, with magnificent views over the Kildare countryside.
Spanning South County Kildare, discover a host of sites linked to the great polar explorer, Ernest Shackleton.
Gastro bar situated on the banks of the Grand Canal serving traditional food with a modern twist.