Ireland to Do & See

Our All of Ireland tailor made holidays offer you the opportunity to explore both the best tourist attractions and the most beautiful undiscovered places off the beaten track, combined with all the fun things to do and a bit of adventure!

All our holidays are built around your needs, desires and requirements. With our tailor-made holidays you are on your way to discover the Beauty & Magic of Ireland at your own pace!

Whether you are in to nature, sightseeing, culture, history, arts, activities or adventure, Ireland offers lots to see & do for everybody. You name it and we’ll take you there. Don’t know where to start? Here are some suggestions that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul…….

Mizen Head

Take the famous 99 steps to the bridge, cross the arched bridge, admire the dramatic cliff scenery, and walk up to the Mizen Head Signal Station. Explore the early history of maritime telegraphy and radio, and the story of the Mizen Head light house keepers.

Jameson Experience

Take a leap through history, learn the fascinating story behind one of the most well-known Irish Whiskeys in the world, and enjoy a whiskey tasting – rewarded with a Irish Whiskey Taster Certificate. For history and whiskey enthusiasts alike, the Old Midleton Distillery is not to be missed.

Cobh

Cobh is a charming seaside town in County Cork that became an embarkation point during Ireland’s mass emigrations. If you claim Irish descent, then there is a good chance that your ancestors left Ireland through Cobh. It is also known as the Titanic’s last port of call in 1912.

Molly Gallivan's cottage and traditional farms in Bonane

Molly Gallivan’s Cottage

A 200 year old cottage and traditional farm in Bonane. Experience the simple country lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity and modern conveniences. Have a taste of the home made Poitin (moonshine) that is still brewed according to Molly’s secret recipe.

view of the Beara coast

Beara

This part of the Southwest is still not discovered by tourist and gives you the feeling of going back in time! The narrow coastal roads, Healy Pass, Eyeries, Uragh Stone Circle, Allihies and McCarthys Pub in Castletownbere are not to be missed.

cahir castle, one of the largests castles in Ireland

Cahir Castle

This Castle at Cahir in County Tipperary is one of the most impressive looking medieval castles in Ireland. It was built over 800 years ago on a rocky island surrounded by the river Suir.

the hill of tara was once the ancient seat of power in Ireland

Hill of Tara

The Hill of Tara once was the ancient seat of power in Ireland – 142 Kings are said to have reigned here. In ancient Irish mythology it was the sacred home for the gods, and the entrance to the otherworld. Sitting on top of the King’s Seat at the Hill of Tara is the famous “Stone of Destiny”.

kylemore abbey in connemara was once built as a castle

Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey, Connemara, is a place that has a history of tragedy, romance, innovation, education and spirituality. It was built as a beautiful castle in 1868, and is now an Abbey and home to the Benedictine since 1920.

 

narrow road through the connemara mountains

Connemara

The Connemara is a unique and wild landscape with bogs and lakes, and breathtaking coastal scenery. Oscar Wilde has described Connemara as “a place of savage beauty”.

one of the stunning beaches along slea head on dingle

Dingle

This Peninsula is a must see. Visit Inch Beach, Menard Castle, Dingle Town, Slea Head coastal drive, ancient Beehive Huts, Coomeenoole Beach and Dunquin Pier.

The Burren

The Burren is a unique limestone landscape. The coastline is made up of rocky foreshores and limestone cliffs. Inland you’ll find rocky hills with ancient burial chambers and medieval ruins.

 

Aran Islands

The Aran Islands off the Galway coast are the embodiment of a traditional, almost mystical Ireland. Visit the breathtaking stone age forts on Innismore, or experience traditional island life on Inishmaan or Inisheer

Kilkenny

Explore the narrow, winding 17th century passageways of Kilkenny with colorfully painted shopfronts, the majestic riverside Castle, the medieval cathedral, and the centuries-old pubs.

Cork

Cork is an appealing, lively, waterfront city with busy narrow streets that weave around the River Lee and it’s canals. Here you’ll find some of the best food of the country. Don’t forget to visit the English Market.

Galway

Galway, the “city of the tribes”, is steeped in history. The thriving centre that has retained much of it’s easygoing charm.  Enjoy live trad music sessions all year round in one of the many traditional old pubs.

Clare

The coast of county Clare alternates long beaches with stunning cliffs. Travel inland and explore villages such as Doolin, Kilfenora and Ennistymon, where traditional Irish culture persists.

 

Rock of Cashel

The Rock of Cashel in Co. Tipperary is a spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral & 15th century Castle.

King Johns Castle Limerick

King Johns Castle

King Johns Castle is a 13th century Castle on ‘King’s Island’ in the heart of medieval Limerick City. The Castle overlooks the majestic River Shannon offering wonderful views of Limerick City. Explore 800 years of history brought to life.

Guinness Storehouse and Brewery Museum Dublin

Guinness Storehouse

Sample a pint at the Guinness Storehouse Dublin and enjoy a tour around the brewery. No trip to Ireland is complete without a drop of the “black stuff”. Great views over Dublin City.

Newgrange

Newgrange

Newgrange is a 5000 years old Passage Tomb in Co. Meath that is best known for the illumination of its passage and chamber by the winter solstice sun. It is a place of astrological, spiritual, religious and ceremonial importance.

Ring of Kerry

Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry, a famous and popular road in Co. Kerry, offers beautiful scenery including mystic mountains, rough cliffs, beautiful beaches, ancient treasures, colourful villages, and the highest mountain of Ireland. A must “do & see” for every visitor to Ireland!

Glendalough

Glendalough in Co. Wicklow is famous for its Monastic Site with Round Tower and the scenic lakes and valleys of the Wicklow Mountains National Park. It’s an area with spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife.

Blarney Castle

Visit Blarney Castle in County Cork, kiss the famous Blarney Stone of Eloquence on top of the tower, and you’ll never again be lost for words.

Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most photographed land- marks, where the world seemingly just drops into the ocean at its sheer cliff face. They are a photo opportunity that’s not to be missed.