10 nt tour of Ireland’s historical and natural highlights from Dublin including UNESCO-listed landmarks like the Cliffs of Moher and the Giant’s Causeway, Admire historical landmarks in Derry and gaze at the wild landscapes of Connemara.
- Day 1 Fly Paphos to Dublin. Transfer to hotel for 1 nt stay
- Day 2 Dublin-Golden vale-Dingle Peninsula Begin the day with a visit to the Guinness Storehouse and enjoy a complimentary pint of Guinness! Then visit the beautiful Rock of Castle Dunamase, in the afternoon stop at the beautiful heritage town of Adare. Tonight, stay in your very own Irish pub, the Randy Leprechaun on the Dingle Peninsula, where we include a complimentary Irish welcome drink.
Dingle Peninsula-Killarney Today take the short drive to Dingle. Then it’s off around Slea Head and back to Dingle where there is ample time for shopping and lunch. Complete the day with a visit to Inch beach, before continuing on to Killarney where you stay for the next 2 nights.
- Day 3: Killarney-Ring of Kerry-Killarney The day begins with a horse and cart ride through Killarney National Park (own expense) or horseback ride through the park (own expense). The afternoon is filled with the delights of Killarney National Park.
- Day 4: Killarney-Blarney-Cobh-Cork The day begins by crossing the Cork and Kerry mountains and heading for Blarney Castle. Visit the Castle and kiss the Blarney stone. The next stop is Cork, where your guide shall point out some of the city’s highlights. Finally, spend the night in Cork.
- Day 5: Cork-Cliffs of Moher-Galway The first stop will be for a photo of the beautiful Bunratty Castle.Today’s emphasis shall be the Wild Atlantic way, visiting the Cliffs of Moher, Doolin and the Burren. Your journey takes you along the West Coast of Clare and Galway Bay before stopping at Corcomroe Abbey. Overnight in Galway.
- Day 6: Galway-Derry The first stop today is the charming village of Cong, visiting Cong Abbey before heading off through parts of Connemara to the Museum of Country Life. Visit W.B Yeat’s final resting place in Drumcliff Abbey. Our final stop is the portal tomb of Creevykeel. Overnight is in Derry.
- Day 7: Derry-Donegal-Belfast or Derry Begin today with an excellent in-depth walking tour of Derry’s walls and the well known Bogside district. Onwards to Grianan of Aileach, a hilltop fort, then Glenveagh National Park in the afternoon. Then it’s onwards to Northern Ireland’s capital, Belfast or Derry (depending on availability) where you spend the night.
- Day 8: Belfast or Derry-Giant’s Causeway-Belfast Visit the Dark Hedges, famed by the ‘Game of Thrones’. The next stop is the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (seasonal, cross at your own risk). Next it’s the Giant’s Causeway, then end the day at Dunluce castle before returning to Belfast for the final night.
- Day 9: Belfast-Dublin Begin the day with the Titanic Experience. After, take a city tour of the highlights of Belfast. Then it’s off to Dublin where the tour will stop en-route at Monasterboice. Drop back at hotel in Dublin for a 1 nt stay.
- Day 10: Transfer to airport for flights back to Paphos.
|25th May 2018||€1779|
|22nd June 2018||€1839|
|27th July 2018||€1839|
|24th August 2018||€1799|
|21st September 2018||€1739|
All prices are per person and are based on 2 people sharing a room/cabin. Single supplements do apply. All prices are subject to availability at the time of booking.
- Immerse yourself in the rich culture and visual wonders of Ireland on an enriching 11-day tour from Dublin.
- Alongside a hospitable guide, explore the magical kingdom of Kerry, home to the staggering 750-foot (228-meter) Cliffs of Moher, and capture the wild spirit of the rural Connemara region.
- See historical monuments in Derry; gaze at the mystifying rock sculptures at Giant’s Causeway; and gain fascinating insight into the rich culture and history of Ireland from your knowledgeable guide.
- Spend 10 nights in comfortable accommodation and enjoy a traditional Irish breakfast every day.
Number of nights: 10 | Prices From: €1779 | Location: | Dates: May June July August September | Year: 2018 | ★★★★