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14 Day Tour – 544212

DAY 1 & DAY 2 Clare

  • The Burren
  • Cliffs of Moher
  • Ailwee Caves
  • Ennis Walking tour
  • Bunratty Folk Park
  • Caherconnell Fort
  • Poulnabrone Dolmen

From the out of this world limestone plains of the Burren and the misty, magical Cliffs of Moher to the golden beaches and buzzing towns and villages, Clare is a county not to be missed on your Ireland holiday. Whether you want to relax and enjoy the fresh sea breeze in bustling Kilkee or Ballyvaughan or explore the spooky underworld of the Aillwee Caves and other hair-rising activities, Clare really does have it all. Stay at Dromoland Castle or Similar

DAY 3 Galway

  • Connemara
  • Kylemore Abbey
  • Galway City

Galway is the wild west of Ireland at its best. Rugged coastlines, dramatic hills and valleys, isolated islands, emerald fields and towns filled with traditional music, dancing, and language. Galway city is a tangle of cobbled streets, cosy pubs and mouth watering restaurants, the magnificent Connemara landscape is just a short drive away and the traditional Gaelic community of the Aran Islands are reachable with a quick boat trip too, although they both seem a world away. Stay at Glenloe Abbey or Similar

DAY 4 & DAY 5 Mayo

  • Croagh Patrick
  • Cong
  • Clew Bay

Mayo is often first on the list of anyone travelling to the west of Ireland, and for good reason. This large coastal county is where you’ll find the brooding Croagh Patrick, which pilgrims climb to honour Ireland’s patron saint every year; the village of Cong, where The Quiet Man was filmed and where an exquisite medieval abbey stands; and of course the vibrant town of Westport, situated along the picturesque Clew Bay. Stay at Mount Falcon Estate or Similar

DAY 6 Offaly

  • Charleville Castle
  • Tullamore Dew

Sitauted more or less in the geographical centre of Ireland, Offaly is the heartland of all things farming and agriculture related. The Tullamore agricultural show, the biggest in Ireland, is held here every summer and is a sight to behold for visitors and locals alike. Elsewhere, Charleville Castle makes an interesting stop off for architecture or history buffs, while Birr castle also has a science centre incorporated into its grounds too. Stay at Kinnitty Castle or Similar

Day 7 Dublin

  • Guinness Storehouse
  • Trinity College and Book of Kells
  • Christchurch Cathedral
  • Kilmainham Gaol
  • Croke Park
  • Jameson Distillary
  • Glasnevin Museum

It’s impossible not to fall in love with Dublin’s stately Georgian houses, gregarious locals, laid back lifestyle and yes, even the rainy weather! This incredible city has a lifetime’s worth of attractions, so don’t be surprised if you want to come back as soon as you leave. Just some of the must-do’s include pouring a pint of the ‘black stuff’ at the Guinness Storehouse, viewing the Book of Kells, and people watching on Grafton Street from Bewley’s Cafe. Stay at The Schoolhouse Hotel or Similar

DAY 8 Kilkenny

  • Kilkenny Castle
  • Smithwick’s Experience
  • Kilkenny City

Ireland’s smallest – but most spirited – city is Kilkenny, in the heart of the midlands. The majestic Kilkenny Castle sits in the centre of the town, overlooking savvy shoppers and rowdy revellers, while just up the main street is Ireland’s newest attraction, the Smithwicks Experience (Kilkenny’ answer to the Guinness Storehouse). Not far away is one of Ireland’s most splendid manor homes, Mount Juliet, where you can (and should) live like royalty for a day. Stay at Lyrath Estate or Similar

DAY 9 & DAY 10 Cork

  • Blarney Castle
  • Cobh
  • West Cork

Known as the ‘rebel county’, Cork is the largest county in Ireland and has some of the biggest attractions outside of Dublin; Blarney Castle, where you can earn the gift of eloquence by kissing the Blarney Stone, the seaside town of Cobh where the Titanic left for her maiden voyage, the untamed and unspoiled scenery of West Cork, and of course, the English Market, which the Queen of England herself saw fit to visit in 2011. Stay at Hayfield Manor or Similar

DAY 11 & DAY 12 Kerry

  • Ring of Kerry
  • Dingle Peninsula
  • Killarney National Park

Known as ‘the Kingdom’, Kerry is the heart of ancient Ireland and still the most stunning spot on the island. From quaint seaside villages like Dingle (where a dolphin voluntarily puts on a show for the boats every afternoon) to the busy tourist spot of Killarney, not to mention one of the most breathtaking road trips in Europe, the Ring of Kerry, and the simply astounding Killarney National Park a visit to Kerry is unforgettable. Stay at Aghadoe Heights or Similar

Day 13 & Day 14 Limerick

  • St. John’s Castle
  • Flying Boat Museum
  • Limerick City

Situated at the point where the river Shannon meets the sea, Limerick city is a must visit for rugby fans; it’s the home of Munster rugby, and a match at their stadium, Thomond Park, is a sight to behold. The city also boasts the impressive St. John’s Castle and the bustling Milk and Potato markets on weekends, while the rest of the county is a retreat from the urban chaos with lush farmlands all around. Stay at Adare Manor or Similar

DAY 15 Departure



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