1. Howth Safari Hike

Immerse yourself in nature by sharing in a Time Trek Howth a treasure of the Dublin Bay UNESCO Biosphere. Attune your senses and spirit to the outdoors. Feel a real connection with the land and people around you. A gnarly and beautiful coastal adventure in any season. Discover Howth off-road with passionate and expert local guides, nobody knows it better. Be ready for 10 kms to 15 kms (6 to 9 miles) in about 4 hours. Relive history as we walk through the ages and explore unique habitats that vary by day and season.  Submit to the ancient romance and resonance of Aideen's Grave, a druidic altar and gateway to the Otherworld, as old as the pyramids. Climb to HG Wells' most beautiful view in the world. Clear your mind and ignite your creativity with the salty air and cool breezes on your cheeks. Follow WB Yeats' Fairy Road down to the sea and the cliffs. Surrender your ears to the soughing of the forest and the gentle tunes of the trees. Sometimes embrace wild storms, crashing waves and lashing seas. Panoramic views of The Baily Lighthouse from the clifftops. Exercise your body and soul. Digest the myths and intimate tales, legends and history of 6000 years. The real high comes from the group, roving through enchanting territory, air and light from one inspiring place to the next. Meet in Howth at 11.00 am at the Tourism Kiosk on Harbour Road, 5 minutes walk from the Dart Station. -small groups only, don't get lost in a crowd.      Wanderung...une randonée.... Vandretur....Caminata..поход Seasonal highlights: Spring (March, April, May): Delight your senses in Irish Springtime with the smell of coconut on the breeze from the gorse, the fragrance of wild garlic underfoot in the woodland, and psychedelic rhododendron gardens. These exquisite rhododendrons echo the jungles of Siam. Notice the stretch in the evenings and warming of the year.  Summer (June, July, August): Howth's vibrant heathland blooms all summer over the headland. Birds abound all along the cliffs at this time of year too: kittiwakes, gulls, cormorants, guillemots, gannets, and more. Spot the porpoises, dolphins, and seals in the bay.  Autumn/Fall (September, October, November): This is the waning of the year, when incandescent Autumnal leaves cloak the woods. A magical time to be in Howth. Foliage is let go and descends to the forest floor with a gentle song.  Winter (December, January, Feburary): Brace the cold and awaken your senses to wild raw nature. Witness the sublime raging seas on stormy winter days. Howth's Winter woodland is stark and magnificent.  Tips: I recommend cross trainers, boots or stout shoes.  Keep an eye on the weather and think about a light waterproof, gloves, scarf and hat in a backpack. Water and a snack wouldn't hurt either. Holiday Hack! Get the 31 or 31/a bus from Talbot street in the city centre, sit up stairs, up front or on the right hand side and treat yourself to a coastal tour and intimate review of Dublin as you make your way out to join us in Howth.  The Dart works well too ( Dublin Area Rapid Transit ) and both have excellent free WIFI.

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2. Panoramic E-Bike Tour

Cycle to the most breath taking views in Ireland without getting out of breath. Our e-bikes are great fun, easy and trusty on the tarmac or the trails.  We mix the insider tracks and tales of this truly amazing peninsula on a 3 hour tour while taking you to unrivalled panoramic views away from the crowds surrounded by nature and beauty. We travel on grass and loose gravel paths on and off road.  If the date you are looking for is not available check the Panoramic e-Bike Tour on Airbnb Experiences or contact us to arrange a private tour Meet in Howth at 11:00 to the right hand side of the main entrance to Howth Yacht Club, Middle Pier, Howth Harbour, Howth, Dublin. D13 E6V3  

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3. Coastal Walk and Chowder Trail

Immerse yourself in the amazing atmosphere and flavours of this ancient and famous Dublin village. Visit the stunning grounds of Howth's very own 800 year old medieval Castle. Follow the secret paths and trails through the woodlands and heathlands. Explore the charming harbour and historic picturesque coastal village of Howth through the eyes of a local. Walk through time in the footsteps of an astonishing history, enjoying the breathtaking views, taking in the sights, sounds and aromas of a bustling port. Stroll along the piers hearing about the history, shipwrecks, pirates, smugglers and King's landing which all inspired many famous writers, artists and our local rock stars! With taste buds awakened after the fresh salty air, visit our friend's restaurant and taste the award winning delicious local deluxe seafood chowder, traditional Irish bread, a glass of wine, guinness or whatever you fancy.

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4. Howth Harbour and Village Tour

Explore the charming harbour and historic picturesque coastal village of Howth through the eyes of a local.  This is a wonderful 2 hour walking tour. Nobody knows it better! Walk through time in the footsteps of an astonishing history enjoying the breathtaking views taking in the sights, sounds and aromas of a bustling port. Visit the East Pier; shipwrecks, pirates and smugglers. Learn about the Abbey; saints, scholars and vikings.  View the Lighthouse and hear the history of the Asgard, the Howth Guns and 1916 Rising. Visit Tower Hill, steeped in the history of the Normans and the Napoleonic Arms Race.  Stroll down the the West Pier and Kings Landing with the wonderful cafes and restaurants alongside the working fishing fleets.   Whether you are culturally curious, enjoy history, want to immerse yourself in local life, enjoy breathtaking scenery or take great photographs there is something for everyone. ...limited groups size ....don't be lost in the crowd.   A lively, loving and hospitable town Cockles and mussels , a-live aa-live OH !   Meet at 2pm in Howth at the Tourism Information Kiosk on Harbour Road, 5 minutes walk from the Train Station.    

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