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Southern Ireland 6-Day Tour from Dublin

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Highlights

  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
  • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
  • Multi-Day Trip
  • Breakfast included
  • Close encounter with friendly dolphins

Overview

Day 1:Dublin - Glendalough-  Kilkenny Castle - Waterford City
Our first stop is the monastery ruins at Glendalough. This is an area of natural beauty, enjoy the local walks and trails. Next up is medieval Kilkenny with its cobbled streets. Potential sights include the Castle (entrance included), Cathedral, Abbeys and Churches. This afternoon we continue south to the Viking county of Waterford where we overnight in Waterford City. 
Day 2: Waterford Crystal- Blarney Castle - Dingle Peninsula
Our day begins with a tour of the world famous Waterford Crystal factory. Stock up on fine cut glass at the outlet store or simply pause a while to watch the artisans at work. A drive through Co. Waterford and Cork city takes us to our major stop today, Blarney Castle. Here we spend plenty of time (2 hours) visiting the Castle, with the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone  
Day 3: Dingle Peninsula - Killarney
Take the short drive to Dingle, where you will visit its most famous resident, Fungie the Dolphin. Then it's off around Slea Head with amazing views. Then it's back to Dingle where there is ample time for shopping and lunch. Complete your day with a visit to Inch, before continuing on to Killarney.
Day 4: Killarney - Ring of Kerry - Killarney
The day begins with a horse-and-cart ride through Killarney National Park (optional) or horseback ride through the park (optional). Next it's off on a journey around the Ring of Kerry. The afternoon is packed with many highlights including Moll's Gap, Ladies View, Leprechaun Crossing, Killarney National Park, Lakes of Killarney, Torc Waterfall, and Muckross House
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Day 5: Killarney - Cliffs of Moher - Galway
The first stop will be a photo of the beautiful Bunratty Castle. Today's emphasis shall be the Wild Atlantic Way, including the breathtaking and world famous Cliffs of Moher. Rising over 700 ft in height, these cliffs are home to some of natures most majestic birds including puffins and gannets. Doolin is the lunch stop before continuing onward to explore the geological marvel that is the Burren. The journey takes you along the West Coast of Clare, and Galway Bay before stopping at Corcomroe Abbey. 
Day 6: Galway - Connemara - Dublin
Depart Galway and visit Maam's Cross and the Maam Valley. Onwards then to Leenane and the spectacular Aasleagh Falls. Stop for some photos along with a walk along Ireland's only fjord, Killary Harbour. The lunch stop is the charming village of Cong. Have time to visit Cong Abbey before heading off on the short journey back to Dublin.

Information

Includes:
  • 5 nights accommodation, ( Waterford City x1, Dingle Peninsula x1, Killarney x2, Galway x1)
  • Breakfast
  • Transport by coach
Excludes:
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Optional extra activities
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
Additional Info:
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • FULL DETAILED ITINERARY
  • Day 1: Dublin - Glendalough - Kilkenny Castle - Waterford City
  • The 6 Day All Ireland tour begins this morning @ 9:00 in central Dublin. We'll leave the city behind and drive through rolling countryside to the
  • Our first stop is the monastery ruins at
  • This is an area of natural beauty and you'll have time at leisure to enjoy the local walks and trails and take some great photos of the
  • Afterwards, we'll continue to
  • with its cobbled streets and famous red ale. Potential sights to explore at leisure include the Castle, Cathedral, Abbeys and Churches all dating back to the
  • following the invasion of the 12th Century. This afternoon we continue south to the
  • Not far from
  • on the south- east coast, this is a relaxing spot to spend the evening with some great pubs and seafood restaurants.
  • Day 2: Waterford City - Waterford Crystal - Blarney Castle - Dingle Peninsula
  • Our day begins with a visit to the world famous
  • Stock up on fine cut glass at the outlet store or simply pause a while to watch the artisans at work. Afterwards, we'll continue with a
  • and a panoramic drive- through of
  • The highlight for many today is world renowned
  • Here we spend plenty of time (2 hours) visiting the Castle, with the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone (to receive the gift of eloquent speech also known as the gift of the gab). Surrounded by beautiful and majestic gardens, you may also shop for souvenirs at
  • the world's largest Irish shop. After lunch we'll continue on our journey to the
  • and overnight among the last parishes before America.
  • Day 3: Dingle Peninsula - Slea Head - Killarney
  • Today we take the short drive to
  • a charming Gaelic speaking fishing village. Famed in many films like Far and Away and Ryan's Daughter, Dingle is celebrated for having most pubs in Ireland for a town of its size,
  • We cannot forget Dingle's most famous resident,
  • who we shall time to visit in the early afternoon. Then it's off on a wonderful pleasant trip around
  • with amazing views of
  • dating back to
  • Regarded as the most beautiful Peninsula in the world by many photographic magazines, Slea Head has some of Ireland's most fabulous beaches and is definitely the highlight of Ireland's famed
  • This area is completely Gaelic speaking, and you may even get to hear some of the locals converse in this ancient language. Then it's back to Dingle where there is ample time for shopping in
  • stores, lunch in one of the many colorful pubs with local musicians playing some mystic tunes. We complete our day with a visit to Ireland's longest beach at
  • connecting Dingle Peninsula to the Ring of Kerry before continuing on to our evening destination at
  • where we stay for the next 2 nights.
  • Day 4: Killarney - Ring of Kerry - Killarney
  • Today we embark on the world famous
  • The day begins with a horse and cart ride through
  • optional) or horseback ride through the park for the energetic and adventurous (optional). Next it's off on our journey that combines emerald pastures and villages with jaw dropping views of cliffs, mountains and ancient pagan forts. Highlights include vistas of the
  • and the beautiful town of
  • once home of the legendary Charlie Chaplin. After lunch we find ourselves in the homeland of Daniel O'Connell, known as the father of the nation and the man who brought Catholic emancipation to Ireland in the early 1800s. Our afternoon is packed with many highlights including
  • and much more.
  • Day 5: Killarney - Cliffs of Moher - Galway
  • Leaving Killarney, our first stop will be a photo stop at the beautiful
  • Today's emphasis shall be the
  • visiting
  • the most popular natural tourist destination in Ireland and most spectacular cliffs in Europe. Rising over 700 ft in height, these cliffs are home to some of natures most majestic birds including puffins, gannets and many more.
  • the home of Irish traditional music is our lunch stop before continuing onwards to explore the
  • a lunar landscape dating back 300 million years with unique features like underground rivers and waterfalls. Our journey takes us along the
  • and
  • y with fabulous vistas of the Aran Islands. We overnight in Galway known as the city of the tribes and Ireland's cultural capital, with a vast array of fine seafood eateries, and home to an endless selection of traditional Irish music venues.
  • was also once home of Christopher Columbus, the famous explorer.
  • Day 6: Galway - Connemara - Dublin
  • We depart
  • and visit Maam's Cross and the Maam Valley, ravaged by the famine of 1845. this area evokes memories of the saddest time in Irish history when more than a million people died of starvation along our Western shores. Our lunch stop today is the
  • famed by John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara in the film Quiet Man. The village is home to
  • a regular haunt of the rich and famous and a wedding venue for a host of international stars. We have time to visit
  • before heading off on our short journey through the midlands back to Dublin inspired by a wonderful 6 day experience around Southern Ireland.

Meeting Point

Dublin
Departure Time:
9:00 AM
Return Details:
Returns to original departure point
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