Sliabh Aughty Farm to Fork Experience

Essential Food Trails

Sliabh aughty
FARM TO FORK experience

Sliabh Aughty Farm to Fork

Step into the suit of a bee keeper, visit beehives & taste wildflower honey. Visit a milking parlour & cheese house on a dairy farm. Enjoy afternoon tea in a traditional country house. Pick organically grown & foraged salads

Meeting Point
Convenient meeting point to be advised
What's Included

Transport in luxury air-conditioned Mercedes Mini-Coach

Farm visits and tastings of food and drinks
Lunch of locally sourced seasonal produce in the unique setting of elegant Irish farmhouse
Scenic walk
Oyster shucking demonstration

What to bring / How to prepare

Comfortable walking shoes
Rain Jacket
A good appetite!
A camera for the remarkable views

Other Information

Minimum number of people 6
Maximum number of people: 12

Terms & Conditions

Farm to Fork Experience will go ahead rain or shine, except extreme weather.
Minimum of 6 people required
If we cancel we will provide you with a full refund or option to reschedule for a later date.


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Sliabh Aughty Farm to Fork Experience

To the west of the mighty river Shannon, Galway is Irelands’ hidden heartland of artisan farming. Here is simply a way of life, to live you must farm; to survive you must adapt and be creative. From the young farmer facing the challenge of taking on the family farm moving from sheep to snails to the sourdough baker kneading bread at midnight. The beekeeper producing health giving honey from bees gathering wildflower nectar and the next generation dairy farmer creating a new style of cheese.

Without an industrial revolution and too much bogland to be considered for commercial development parts of the Galway landscape have remained untouched. As a happy result, ancient forests remain with a diversity of tree species, the woodland floor rich edible plants and mushrooms making them a foragers heaven.

Sliabh Aughty is one of the largest but least know mountain ranges in Ireland.  A region with a strong folklore and tradition of medicinal plants that grow in the woodlands and hedgerows. Wild garlic, vetch, self-heal and a myriad of edible wild plants with nutritional and medicinal benefits.

These skills and knowledge, in danger of being lost, are being revived and celebrated by producers and creative chefs cooking in an ancient method over wood.  Plan your visit, be part of sustaining a way of life.


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