Let us help you to plan your visit, so you can discover and immerse yourself in the traditions of the ancient Boyne Valley, in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. We are known around the world for being home to iconic sites such as Newgrange and The Hill of Tara; but what you might not know is that we are also home to many passionate farmers, food and drink producers, chefs, eateries and accommodation providers whose passion is to bring the unique flavours of our landscape to your table.
As the birthplace of Ireland’s Ancient East and once the seat of the High Kings of Ireland, the Boyne Valley still brings royal food and drinks experiences fit for any King or Queen. Make sure you visit one of the leading food tourism destinations in the world! Our itineraries will help you to plan your visit whether you are staying for 1 day, 2days or even a week make the most of your trip and discover so many delicious adventures waiting to be explored.
Check out this great 2 day itinerary created by Discover Boyne Valley.Read More
Louth may be the smallest county in Ireland but its stunning coastline and mountain landscapes offer breathtaking views.Read More
The following itinerary is a suggestion of what you can taste and experience throughout the Kells area of the Boyne Valley.Read More
This route incorporates the towns of Slane and Drogheda along with their accompanying townlands & features some truly spectacular sights & experiences.Read More
Whether you have one day or a week to spend in the Boyne Valley we have some fantastic Itineraries to help you get the most from your visit.Read More
The Boyne Valley is full of great walks and trails to explore and discover as well as lots of delicious food and drink.Read More
If spirits and brews are your passion the Boyne Valley is the place for you. Spend a few days touring the many Distilleries & Brew Houses in the Boyne Valley.Read More
Let us help you to plan your visit, so you can discover and immerse yourself in the traditions of the ancient Boyne Valley, in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East.