Irish Day Tours

Below are a selection of Irish Day Tours we offer, should you wish to go to another destination other than that listed below, contact our friendly, helpful team to arrange your perfect day tour.

The Cliffs of Moher Tour

Discover the Cliffs

The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most visited natural attractions. They stretch for 8km (5miles), as the crow flies, along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the west of Ireland. They reach an impressive 214m (702 feet) at their highest point at Knockardakin just north of O’Brien’s Tower and are a must visit for any tour in Ireland.

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The Burren Tour

Rich in heritage & natural beauty

The Burren takes its name from the Irish word ‘bhoireann’ meaning, ‘a stony place’ or ‘a rocky place’, which is a good description for this limestone plateau. The rough, intriguing and attractive landscape was formed 320 million years ago under a tropical sea. Later it was shaped by ice, hard weather and, of course, man and his beasts.

The Connemara Tour

A Savage Beauty

‘Connemara is a savage beauty’, as Oscar Wilde put it. Come with us and discover the raw landscapes and coast of Connemara.
The name Connemara is Irish for ‘Inlets of the Sea’ and the coastal roads bear this out as they wind around the small bays and coves of this part of the Wild Atlantic Way, some with hidden beaches.

Castle & Distillery Tour

A Wonderful Experience

This wonderful Castle and Distillery tour, will bring you to the heart of the midlands, stopping in Athlone Town and Athlone Castle which has a fascinating history. Then you will visit historical monastic site of Clonmacnoise. Your last stop on your tour will be to the oldest working distillery in the world of in the village of Kilbegan. See how water,barley and yeast is made into this world-class Irish product.

Dublin City Tour

The list of reasons to tour Dublin is almost as long as the city’s 1000-year history. Ireland’s charismatic capital is more than Irish Whiskey, Guinness, U2, historic castles, the River Li ey and its 23 bridges, home to the craic! Dublin is a a UNESCO City of Literature for its synonymy with literary greats such
as Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde and James Joyce. It is said that some of their best works were dreamt up while they were drinking in Dublin’s watering holes, The people are welcoming and open, and the craic is there to be had. Despite its capital-city status, Dublin still feels compact and navigable. Its cobbled streets and Georgian buildings make for picturesque sights.

Wicklow Tour

Wicklow is known as the “Garden of Ireland” for good reason. This walkers’ paradise is surrounded by wild mountains and dramatic valleys. Wicklow is known for its namesake mountains as well as its Irish Sea coastline, country estates and the Wicklow Way, a 129km walking trail traverses the county, passing through Wicklow Mountains National Park. Within the park are glacial lakes, rivers and Glendalough, the remains of an early-medieval monastic settlement in a forested valley. Admire the patchwork of lush farmlands, forests and lakes as you wind along the scenic country lanes and climb through the hills of Wicklow.

The Boyne Valley

The Boyne Valley is situated in the east of Ireland. Once Ireland’s ancient capital and it’s most sacred and mythical landscape. It is said of the Boyne, that the history of Ireland may be traced through its monuments. This remains true today. Moreover, its sites and monuments are amongst the best examples of their kind in Europe and are all within a short distance of each other. From the great prehistoric tombs at Newgrange and the site of the infamous Battle of the Boyne. You can look out from the Hill of Tara, sharing the view with the ancient High Kings of Ireland, or be mesmerized by the detail of the Celtic Crosses at Kells.

Belfast & The Giants Causeway

The capital of Northern Ireland and the country’s largest city, boasting everything from incredible architecture to historic sites, castles, museums, shopping and markets, Belfast has it all. Belfast Castle is a popular attraction o ering a spectacular estate home to beautiful gardens and scenery as

well as striking Victorian-era surrounds. Home to the largest Titanic visitor experience in the world, Belfast’s Titanic Quarter is an amazing urban waterfront regeneration where you can relive the story of the Titanic. Trace the story to its source and relive the passion and excitement of those who designed and built the ‘unsinkable’ ship.

Burren & The Cliffs of Moher

Gaze at the staggering scenery on the Wild Atlantic Way and marvel at the natural majesty of the 700-foot-high cli s. Absorb the stunning 5-mile (8- km) stretch of the Cli s of Moher and capture fantastic photographs from a variety of excellent vantage points. The Burren National Park, an expansive limestone region that looks more like the moon’s surface than Earth, presents a distinctive lunar landscape of limestone quarries and distinctive plant species.

Rock of Cashel & Blarney

The Rock of Cashel is a spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale, it is claimed to have been visited by Saint Patrick and Ireland’s myth says the devil made it. Whatever the story, “The Rock” is a gem in Ireland’s landscape and Ireland’s history. Blarney Castle is home to the ‘gift of the gab’, explore the ancient structure built more than 600 years ago. See the Blarney Stone at the top of the fortress, hang upside down to kiss it, and as the legend goes, receive the gift of eloquence. This is a tour you will talk about for years to come!