The Limerick Greenway is a 40km trail along the Limerick countryside in Ireland. The route is specifically for the people to explore by walking, running, cycling, and other non motorised transport.
The route connects the three lovely towns of Rathkeale, Newcastle West, and Abbeyfeale in west Limerick of Ireland. The Limerick Greenway is all about the stunning views and cultural heritage of the countryside and villages along the path.
The top-picks breathtaking spots to visit are Norman castles, abbeys, medieval ruins, workhouses, famine graveyards, deserted railway stations, and eye-captivating sceneries. In between Newcastle West and Barnagh, tourists experience the steepest grade of the Greenway, but the climb is well worth the struggle as this chunk of the trail offers incredible views over the Limerick Plains and Golden Vale.
The trail of Tullig wood is the most beautiful countryside of the Limerick Greenway for walking.