Ireland Tours

Tours in Ireland

Ireland is a true beauty, with glorious landscapes steeped in history, mythology and traditional Irish culture, wherever you look. There’s the wild and windswept Aran Islands in County Galway; the lush green mountains, valleys, lakes and streams of Connemara; Killarney National Park, with its lakes, waterfalls, castles and population of wild red deer; County Clare’s stunning Cliffs of Moher, stretching into the distance...

Our holidays to Ireland offer fabulous self-guided walking and cycling options, as well as a famously warm welcome wherever you go. You can feel the lyrical nature of the place everywhere, from its verdant landscapes to its hearty pubs, for this is a culture rooted in music and verse.

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Ireland Adventure Holidays

County Kerry Cycling

Cycle a mix of inland and coastal routes close to the famous Ring of Kerry.

Activity level:
Ages: 12+
7 Days from £1,649
Self-Guided (Excl. Flights)
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Ireland trips in focus: The Wild Atlantic Way

You could spend a lifetime exploring the soaring cliffs, buzzing towns and hidden beaches of The Wild Atlantic Way – but an eight-day walking & cycling adventure will do. This rugged stretch of coastline passes through nine counties and three provinces on Ireland’s dramatic west coast, and aside from walkers and hardy surfers, its most regular guests are whales, porpoises and dolphins. Here are some highlights:

Connemara: An imposing mix of lakes, moorland and rugged mountains, there’s a rich variety of heaths and heathers here. The landscape is dominated by two mountain ranges – the Maamturks and the Twelve Bens – and there’s Kylemore Abbey, one of the great neo-Gothic castles of the country and now a Benedictine abbey run by nuns.

The Aran Islands: The ferry to Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands, can be a rocky ride. But it’s well worth it, if only to visit the spectacular prehistoric forts, the most famous of which is Dún Aonghasa, set on a dramatic cliff edge. 

The Cliffs of Moher: This is nature at its wildest. The rugged Cliffs of Moher rise 120m from the Atlantic Ocean at Hag’s Head and 214m at O’Brien’s Tower, with the ocean crashing below. From here you can take in stunning views across the sea to the Aran Islands out in Galway Bay.

Galway: The cobblestoned town itself is charm personified; visit Claddagh, an area by Galway Bay that's home to cute, colourful houses.