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Experience immersive foraging walks with Wild Kitchen

Lahinch, North Clare

Health & Wellness
Walking Tours

Wild Kitchen is a culinary exploration of Ireland’s edible landscape through foraging walks, cookery demonstrations and wild food experiences. Walks can be individually tailored to various groups and abilities.

Visitors will gain bountiful local knowledge and find adventure down lesser-known old Irish laneways and deserted beaches.

You can fully engage with nature and the unique landscape within visually stunning, secret panoramas of vast open skies, rolling green fields, and blue waters.

This is an opportunity to learn about all things wild, including many edible types of seaweed, wild herbs, roots, flowers, fruits, and nuts. 

Key highlights may include:

A wild food cook-up on the local beach in a seaweed oven.

A foraged feast of wild food picked from nature’s larder and served in unusual venues.

A homemade wild food picnic, eaten on the rocks, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Learning how to cook, create, and preserve wild food and seaweed.

Insights into the historical, nutritional, and culinary uses of Ireland’s excellent wild harvest.

Good to Know

Participation fees: Fees apply.

Operates: February to October.

Suitable for younger children: Moderately suited.

Cool for kids: Aged 6 and up.

Rainy days: Mostly outdoor.

Toilet facilities: Public toilets at adjoining beach a 5-minute drive away.

Parking: Free car parking at the beach used for seaweed walks and at the location for the hedgerow walks. Free coach parking on-site.

Details are subject to change. It is always advisable to check the opening dates, times, prices, and other information on their website or directly with the activity before visiting or booking.

About Lahinch


The lively seaside resort of Lahinch has a magnificent crescent beach. Home to a world-famous links golf course and is a renowned surf destination.