Boyne Valley Tourism launches its 2022 campaign alongside the release of a new suite of videos ‘Where the Adventure begins’. Three videos will take you on an adventure through the oldest and most historical landscape in Ireland with holiday inspiration for families and couples. After two years of lockdowns, 2022 is the year to begin your new adventure by visiting the Boyne Valley.
Perhaps you want to enjoy the great outdoors or experience an adventure? You may want to go to a music or comedy event? With lots of events taking place throughout the theatres and hotels of the Boyne valley, visit our website to learn more www.discoverboynevalley.ie.
Michele Whelan, Tourism Officer for Boyne Valley said, “whether you’re planning on staying for one night or several nights in the Boyne Valley, a great adventure awaits. We’ve some great new videos to highlight all you can experience in the Boyne Valley in 2022 available on YouTube and www.discoverboynevalley.ie. There is plenty to see and do in 2022 from breath-taking landscapes to rolling countryside and waterways. The Boyne Valley was also named as one of the ‘World’s Best Food Destinations’ so you won’t be short of great places to get a bite to eat.”
“This summer will also see the much-loved Causey Ice Cream Adventure return, tours of Slane Castle, Loughcrew Wildlife month in February and racing at Navan, Fairyhouse, Bellewstown and the Laytown Strand. Moynalty Country Music Festival takes place on the 26th June featuring Mike Denver and Nathan Carter. There are also exciting things planned for the coming years. The Boyne Valley to Lakelands County Greenway is currently in development and will result in a 30km walkers’ and cyclists’ paradise along the route of the old railway line. The route also includes the recently completed looped section at Nobber and another at Castletown Kilpatrick.”
You can start your experience with a trip to County Meath with a visit to Ireland’s only theme park and zoo, Tayto Park. With over 100 attractions, a visit to Tayto Park is an unforgettable day out for the whole family from the youngest thrill seekers right up to the adventurous grandparents. Experience Europe’s largest wooden rollercoaster, playgrounds, a zoo with over 100 different animals and The Viking Voyage.
Embrace your inner Viking by taking a trip with Boyne Boats, this fantastic river tour takes place in the handcrafted, traditional Kerry Naomhóg currachs featured in Game of Thrones! After your Neolithic adventure through 5,000 years of history enjoy a visit to the Battle of the Boyne site, situated 2 minutes away.
Young children will be kept entertained at Causey Farm Ice Cream Adventure. New for this year are the Irish Foclóir stories. Listen to the myths and legends of Irish heroes’ including The Children of Lir, Fionn and the Salmon, Cú Chulainn & Oisín and Tír na nÓg. After visiting the animals, finish your visit with an ice cream.
Or for the teenagers, why not be a bit adventurous and explore Navan Adventure Centre? This action-packed, outdoor experience has many attractions ranging from archery, footgolf, go karting, mini golf, foosball to inflatable areas, obstacle courses and team building adventurous challenges.
There is nothing quite like fresh country air to help you unwind. Take a trip to the town of Trim and enjoy a walk around Trim Castle. You can also experience Trim Castle River Walk. This tranquil river walk commences at Trim Castle and finishes at the ruins of the 13th century town of Newtown, providing a glimpse of life in Trim in the Middle Ages. It takes approximately 30 minutes along well marked pathways.
You won’t forget your trip to the Boyne Valley. The region also has some wonderful beaches. What can be more calming than watching the waves and feeling the sea breeze as you take a stroll along the tranquil beaches of Baltray, Seapoint, Laytown or Bettystown?
Take 2022 as an opportunity to discover Boyne Valley. Where the Adventure Begins!
Source: Meath County Council