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Touring Routes

We’ve gathered some of Ireland’s most beautiful touring routes for you on these pages, and they are, each and all, quite stunning ! From the famous “Ring of Kerry”, to the wonderful “Yeats Country”, and on the the “Ultimate Irish Golfing Tour”, we love each and every one of them. Enjoy, and do say hello from us !

The Wicklow Way

The wonderful Wicklow Way presents a broad variety of scenic walking experiences, right on the doorstep of Ireland's capital, Dublin. Intrepid walkers will enjoy stunning mountain views, upland lakes, steep-sided glacial valleys, crystal clear mountain streams, and extensive areas of mature forests.

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The Ultimate Golfing Tour.

We've designed the ultimate golfing tour for those who love to play the very finest courses in the most beautiful of settings. From stunning Royal Portrush, to Kildare's exotic K-Club, and on down to Ballybunnion's wild wonderful links course, we have them all. The legendary European Club is in there too, as are Royal County Down, and beautiful Baltray.

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The Ring of Kerry

Ireland's oldest and best known scenic drive ! The Ring of Kerry has been captivating visitors for generations with its extraordinary mix of wild mountains and even wilder seas. We particularly love Derrynane and Portmagee, but Great Skellig Island, a protected World Heritage Site, is surely the high-point of the tour.

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The Ring of Hook.

Castles, forts,abbeys, cliffs, and, of course, the dramatic Dunbrody three masted sailing ship. The Ring of Hook is a fabulous tour through a coastal landscape which bears the scars of history as clearly as those of the relentless Atlantic seas. We love every moment of it, and we have extended it across the River Suir to beautiful Dunmore East.

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The Ring of Beara.

The Ring of Beara is surely one of the most beautiful scenic drives in Ireland ! We love everything about it, especially the incredibly impressive Healy Pass, and the brave colourful fishing fleet in Castletownberehaven. Other highlights include the cable-car crossing to Dursey Island and, of course, the charmingly painted town of Eyries.

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The Inishowen 100.

Step back in time on the Inishowen Peninsula where all of the beauties and privations of the past have accumulated in the rocky landscape to produce a unique and wonderful topography. We particularly love Mamore Gap with its shrines and its 800 ft descent and, of course, Malin Head with its fabulous sea ravaged coastline.

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The Great Atlantic Drive

Experience Ireland's wild wonderful Atlantic coasts ! TheGreat Atlantic Drive is a stunning 1,200km long route that runs from Donegal's remarkable Giant's Causeway, to Wexford's infamous Hook Head Lighthouse. An extraordinary 14 day road trip which will be remembered forever !

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The Causeway Costal Route.

A stunning coastal loop which takes in many of the great gems of Northern Ireland including Portstewart, Portbraddan, Ballintoy and, of course, the extraordinary world-famous Giant's Causeway. The Walls of Derry provide an impressive starting point, and Belfast's remarkable Titanic Museum, the perfect ending.

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The Achill Drive.

The Achill Drive is a charming 34km scenic route which takes in the beautiful towns of Westport, Newport. and Mulrany, before crossing Achill Sound to Keel, Doonagh, and ultimately Keem Bay itself. Enjoy stunning views, great food, and legendary hostelries complete with traditional Irish music.

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Dingle Peninsula Tour.

There are only three words to describe Dingle's Slea Head Drive, and they are stunning, stunning, and stunning again ! We absolutely love everything about the Dingle Peninsula, particularly Dingle Town, Dunquinn Harbour, Smerwick, Brandon, The Connor Pass, and, of course, the wonderful Blasket Islands.

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Atlantic Drive, Rosguill.

Rosguill's Atlantic Drive is just 11km long, but is is absolutely stunning throughout ! Fabulous new vistas unfold with every bend in the road, and wonderful sandy beaches nestle in endless rocky coves. And all the while, the formidable lives of past generations can be seen in the multitude of abandoned stony cottages strewn across the landscape.

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