Planning your trip to Ireland?

Take a look at some of our sample itineraries

Here are some sample itineraries which we hope will give you some ideas when you are planning your own group visit to Ireland.   These are examples of some of our more popular tours and we can tailor make your itinerary to suit your own particular requirements.   No matter what your reason is for visiting our lovely Emerald Isle, you can rely on us to provide you with a bespoke itinerary.

BELFAST – Lets Go!

This historic city has been transformed in recent years with visitors from around the world now flocking to sample its delights and those of the surrounding countryside. We can offer hotels both in the city centre and on the outskirts and with fast ferry crossings between Cairnryan and Belfast the city has never been so accessible.

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DUBLIN – Capital Breaks

Whether you’re contemplating a 3 day dash or a longer duration, there’s probably not enough time to fit everything in and for most groups it’s a long ‘shopping’ list for places to visit.

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TRALEE – Dingle Bay & Ring of Kerry

Enjoying an enviable position in the south west of Ireland, Tralee benefits from the famous gulf stream that ensures a mild climate all year round and is inevitably a ‘hot spot’ for tourists.

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DONEGAL – From Ocean to Mountains

Although Donegal gave its name to the county it is no longer the county town but it is still the hub for all things musical, poetic and cultural in the region.

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WATERFORD – a continuation of the wild Atlantic way

When the Vikings landed on Ireland’s sunny South-East coast in 852AD they wouldn’t have realised that they started a trend that has seen millions of visitors over the following years discover the beauty of this region.

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The Wild Atlantic Way

Base yourself in the picturesque town of Lisdoonvarna in County Clare and breathe in the wild beauty of this stunning region with its Atlantic coastline and mountain backdrop. Discover the ‘real’ Ireland with its culture, traditions, festivals and heritage, not forgetting the humour of your friendly hosts.

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