“Imagine the joy of cycling without meeting a car and the only sounds are the birds singing and the wind whistling. The Atlantic Ocean is on your left and the majestic Nephin Mountains on your right. 42km of walking and cycling heaven” - Sunday World


Mulranny Old Irish Goat

The Mulranny herd is the best remaining group of “Old Irish” goats in Ireland.  These colourfull characters make them a fascinating part of our natural heritage. Sadly there are very few pure Old Irish Goats left in Ireland. Without intervention those that remain in Mulranny will be lost forever due to interbreeding with Swiss & British type goats.

Efforts to conserve the Old Irish Goats in Mulranny commenced in 2011 with the visit of Ray Werner of the Old Irish Goat Society. A documentary on the Old Irish Goats ‘THE CHANCE TO SURVIVE’ is underway and in 2012 the first national DNA analysis will take place, using the available samples in Mulranny, the Burren & Dublin with a view to formally establishing them as a rare breed, a crucial step in their preservation

The Burren, The Fertile Rock

Cavan Town

Mulranny & The Great Western Greenway

Loop Head Peninsula

Sheep's Head Peninsula

Carlingford & The Cooley Peninsula

Clonakilty District, West Cork