Howth Coastal Walk & Chowder Trail

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From EUR 49

The Howth tour that takes you to the highlights with the best seafood chowder and hospitality in town.  Immerse yourself in the amazing atmosphere and flavours of this ancient and famous Dublin village on our award winning Howth walking tour. Explore the charming harbour and historic picturesque coastal village through the eyes of a local. All our guides are Howth natives who share their own unique insight. Visit the beautiful grounds of Howth's 800 year old medieval Castle. Follow the secret paths and trails through the woodlands and heathlands to views that HG Wells described as the most beautiful in the World. Walk through time in the footsteps of an astonishing history, enjoying the breathtaking views on the Howth cliff walk, taking in the sights, sounds and aromas of a bustling port. Stroll along the piers hearing about the history which inspired many famous writers, artists and our local rock stars!

With taste buds awakened after the fresh salty air, sit inside or outside our friend's restaurant and taste the award winning local seafood chowder, traditional Irish bread, a glass of wine, Guinness or whatever you fancy.

Routes vary depending on the ability of each group.

Our Howth walking tours are now also a favourite with locals.
 

From EUR 49

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Meet your local guide and fellow guests at 12:00 at Howth Train Station
Visit the beautiful grounds of Howth's 800 year old Castle
Follow the secret paths and trails through the woodlands and heathlands
Climb to Muck Rock to Panoramic views over Dublin and the East Coast
Stroll though Howth Village visiting St Mary's Abbey on the way which was founded by the Viking King Sitric in 1042
Take in the world famous cliff path and amazing views of Howth Harbour, Ireland's Eye and Lambay Island.
Explore the charming harbour learning about it's famous history
Visit our friend's restaurant and enjoy the warm local hospitality where you will be served Dublin's best award winning deluxe seafood chowder, traditional Irish bread, guinness, wine or whatever you fancy.

Shane and team are family and friends, all locals who grew up in Howth. We eat sleep and breathe sharing this wonderful peninsula with guests from all over the world. We have shared our passion and Howth's authentic experiences for the last four years connecting our guests with the stories, land sea and sky of the famous UNESCO Dublin Bay Biosphere. On the Howth Coastal Walk and Chowder Trail we explore the trails and panoramic views surrounded by nature and wildlife. Howth is famous for it's seafodd and we know just the place to enjoy the best Seafood Chowder Ireland has to offer. Awaken your senses and share an unforgettable day at this beautiful Dublin coastal harbour and village. Nobody knows it better, now also a favourite with locals.
 

 

Route

  1. Meet your guide at Howth Dart Train Station, Howth, Dublin
  2. Howth Castle
  3. Aideen's Grave, Dolmen
  4. Woodlands and Rhododendron Gardens
  5. St. Mary's Abbey, 30 Abbey St
  6. Viewing point from Howth Cliff Path
  7. Howth Lighhouse, East Pier, Howth
  8. Deluxe Seafood Chowder, West Pier