Ireland · June 30 - July 9 2025

Southwest Ireland

Colorful Villages, Soaring Cliffs & Toe-Tapping Jigs -n- Reels

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Overview

Our tour will take us all on a magical adventure through the Emerald Isle’s majestic Southwest Coast, along a glorious section of the renowned Wild Atlantic Way. During our journey of discovery, we will attend one of the best traditional Irish music festivals anywhere, visit some of the world's greatest natural wonders, delve into six thousand years of history, dip our toes in the Atlantic Ocean and immerse ourselves in the culture that makes Ireland so special.

Highlights

Kinsale

Kinsale

Located at the start of the Wild Atlantic Way, Kinsale town is famous for its colorful streetscapes and rich history, fuelled by great people, world class cuisine, boutiques and events. Kinsale is a vibrant coastal town with an energetic personality that is guaranteed to keep you entertained. Treat your taste buds in Ireland's gourmet Capital, immerse yourself in Kinsale's diverse culinary scene and get inspired by the quality and ever-evolving foodie offerings.

County Cork Coastline

County Cork Coastline

The food and drink. The blue flag beaches and walking trails. The easy-going West Cork vibe. And oh, that ocean: sparkling in picturesque port towns; crashing against wave-scarred sea cliffs; hiding hulking sea giants – and glowing by night as if by magic. We will follow this fairytale trail between Ballydehob and Kinsale along the west coast, and be rewarded with a true natural treasure: the Old Head of Kinsale.

Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park

In the Southwest of County Kerry is an expanse of rugged mountainous country that sweeps down to the world famous Lakes of Killarney. Here, stretching across 10,000 hectares, lies Killarney National Park, with its unforgettable combination of mountains, lakes, woodland and waterfalls. We will visit it all.

Slea Head Drive & Dingle

Slea Head Drive & Dingle

This is a rugged desolate country with wonderful coves, beaches, and even a fascinating religious shrine. Just offshore are enigmatic silhouettes of the Blasket Islands, the islands where time stood still. Slea Head is surrounded by beautiful coastal towns. Once described by the National Geographic Traveler as “the most beautiful place on earth,” the Dingle Peninsula is a place of intense allure, with a plethora of green landscapes, rocky hills, long sandy beaches, and staggering cliff edges. It’s one of Ireland’s favorite and most photographed attractions and we will guide you through this beautiful landscape and make sure you don't miss a thing.

Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher

At the centre of the Wild Atlantic Way in Co Clare are the stunning Cliffs of Moher. Stretching out into the mist along the North Clare coastline, the Cliffs of Moher are jaw-droppingly beautiful. Their sheer drop into the heaving Atlantic ocean is a well known haven for seabirds. Waves crash below, seabirds whirl above and paths wind along the cliff-edge between villages with photo opportunities all the way. Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way on Irelands west coast the Cliffs of Moher are one of the most outstanding coastal features of Ireland. Rising slowly from Doolin village they ascend to over 700 feet (213 metres) boasting some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland. They have become one of Ireland's premier tourist attractions and a must see for many people visiting Ireland.

Willy Clancy Festival

Willy Clancy Festival

Hundreds of traditional Irish musicians, dancers and singers will flock to the town of Miltown Malbay for the Scoil Samhradih "Willy Clancy week". There is a fantastic buzz and atmosphere not only in Miltown but also in the surrounding areas of Spanish point, Quilty and Lahinch during Willie Week.

What's included

What's Included

All Accommodations

Ground Transportation

Breakfasts

Small Group Tour

Blarney Castle

Middleton Distillery

Charles Fort

Old Head Signal Tower

Titanic Experience Cobh

Muckross House

Ross Castle

Lily of Killarney Boat Tour

Cliffs of Moher

Doolin Cave

Loop Head Lighthouse

Memories for a lifetime

Willy Clancy Festival

Airfare/Flights

Lunches/Dinners

You'll Be Staying Here

Trident Hotel

Trident Hotel

Fairview Hotel

Fairview Hotel

Armada Hotel

Armada Hotel

Southwest Ireland

Ireland · June 30 - July 9 2025 · 9 nights

FROM$4,200.00/pp

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