Ireland by Coach

The most difficult part of planning a group holiday to Ireland is deciding which region to visit as there is simply so much to see and do. We’ve put together this special …….. ‘A Taste of Ireland’!

The ‘Kingdom of Kerry’

The beautiful south-west corner of Ireland was simply made for holidays and our base, Killarney, is one of Ireland’s most popular tourist centres. It’s part of the stunning ‘Ring of Kerry’, an area of quite unimaginable scenic beauty and our tour will leave you with no doubt as to why this is one of Ireland’s most loved regions

The Treasures of Waterford and the Sunny South East

The South East consists of the five counties of Carlow, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Waterford and Wexford, fondly referred to by the ‘Irish’ as the ‘Sunny South East’. The region is famous for its vibrant towns, rural getaways, coastal villages and picturesque resorts, some of which we will see on this exceptional five day tour based in the county of Waterford.

The Wonderful West & The Wild Atlantic Way

Our base, Galway, is one of Ireland’s most enticing towns where brightly painted pubs heave with live music. Remnants of the medieval town walls lie between shops selling handcrafted Claddagh rings, books and musical instruments and bridges arch over the River Corrib, and a long promenade leads to the seaside suburb of Salthill, on Galway Bay – this is Ireland at its very best!

Dublin & the Wonders of Wicklow

Our wonders of Wicklow tour is based in the lovely resort of Bray where the Promenade starts from the harbour near Martello Terrace, the childhood home of James Joyce, and ends at the base of Bray Head. The Promenade is a mile long walk along the seafront and commands magnificent views of Bray Head, and The Wicklow Mountains National Park.

Donegal Coastlines & the Derryveagh Mountains

Picture a green land of emerald-coloured hills and rugged coastlines, pretty little villages with colour-washed cottages, and an easy, timeless way of life... welcome to Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way coastline! Stretching for over 1,500 miles, Ireland’s coastline is alive with myths and legends and incredible scenery!

The Perfect Gaelic Jaunt!

Ireland’s lush rolling landscape with its enchanting towns and villages reveals a county rich in ancient myths and legends, a place where the wit and charm of its people is as precious as the land itself. The lesser-known county of Roscommon, is often described as ‘the heart of undiscovered Ireland’ and is perfectly placed for exploring the Emerald Isle.

Ireland’s Heartland

Our base of Roscrea is a historical market town in County Tipperary and one of the oldest in Ireland which developed around the ancient monastery of Saint Crónán of Roscrea, parts of which remain preserved today. From here we explore the Heartland of Ireland and enjoy some outstanding excursions with highlights that will ensure your memories of Ireland are everlasting.

A Tale of Two Cities ‘Dublin & Titanic Belfast’

This busy weekend break, based in the majestic town of Monaghan in the ‘county of little hills’, enables you to enjoy the very best of Dublin and Belfast with a visit to the magnificent ‘Titanic Belfast’ visitor centre included. We can also arrange a visit to the Guinness Storehouse during your Dublin trip should you wish!