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14 Day Best of Ireland Tour

The All Ireland Tour - Sample Itinerary 

Day 1

Collect at Dublin airport


  • Glendalough

  • Wicklow Mountains

Day 2


  • Kilkenny Castle

  • The Medieval Mile

  • St Canice’s Cathedral & Round Tower


  • Rock of Cashel 

Day 3


  • Cork City

  • Blarney Castle (or visit Cobh - including Titanic Experience Cobh)

  • Jameson Whiskey Distillery

  • Kinsale

Day 4 & 5

Kerry - Dingle

  • Visit Dingle town

  • Drive along Slea Head, an area of outstanding beauty

  • See the remains of the School House built for the set of the film Ryan's Daughter

  • Views of the legendary island, known as the The Sleeping Giant

  • Great Blasket Islands - Tour available from the visitors centres

  • Walk on stunning beaches beaches, such as Clogher Beach & Coumeenole Beach

  • Visit Dunquin Pier

  • Call to Krueger’s Pub (famed as the most Westerly pub in Ireland!) This is a Gaeltacht area and the locals are often heard speaking in our native Irish language (Gaelige)

Kerry - Killarney

  • Ring Of Kerry

  • Killarney Lakes

  • Muckross House & Gardens

  • Muckross Abbey

  • Ross Castle

Day 6 & 7

Limerick & Clare

  • Limerick City - King Johns Castle 

  • Cliffs of Moher

  • The Burren

  • Doolin village

Day 8 & 9

Galway & Mayo

  • Galway City

  • Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Gardens

  • Killary Harbour

  • Drive through Doolough Valley (site of a famine tragedy) 

  • Westport & Westport House

  • Continue up to Achill where much of Banshees of Inisherin was filmed. Visit Keem & Keel Beach. Go along the Atlantic Drive (stunning views). Go to the top of Minaun to experience panoramic views of Achill Island.

Day 10 & 11


  • Belfast Titanic Experience

  • Continue north on the Causeway Coast route

  • Visit The Dark Hedges (known from Game of Thrones)

  • The Giants Causeway & visitors centre

  • Portstewart Strand (enjoy lunch at a lovely beach side cafe) and enjoy views of the Mussenden Temple from the beach.

  • Continue on to Portrush, another lovely seaside town, with gorgeous seafront buildings including the Arcadia, a former dance hall, now has art gallery.

Day 12, 13 & 14

  • Dublin City


Return to Dublin Airport


See all the main sights and attractions Ireland has to offer, North, South, East and West, in two week. For anyone wanting to really explore the country, 14 days is for you.


Visit historic buildings, quaint little villages, listen to live traditional music with the locals...explore Irelands beautiful coastline, enjoying majestic views as you go. Be transported back in history as you walk through centuries old castles, feel the sadness of famine times and admire the workmanship in the roof of a thatched cottage.

Make memories that will last a lifetime!


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