The tour begins with a pick up from the cruise liner terminal in Cobh, Cork Harbour, where your driver will be waiting for you to drive to Blarney Castle. Admission to the Blarney Castle and Gardens is included. Take a panoramic drive through Cork City, where your guide will point out the highlights of the southern capital. In the afternoon visit Kinsale and tour Cobh.
• 7 hours
Depart Cork for a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland's most popular natural attractions. This guided tour also includes a visit to the city of Limerick, checking out the lunar-style landscape of the Burren, and stopping by medieval Bunratty Castle.
• 13 hours
Trace the history of Irish whiskey through the ages at the Jameson Experience in Midleton, Cork. Take a guided tour around the well-preserved Jameson Distillery. Hear the story of John Jameson and the influential Jameson brand, the best-selling Irish whiskey in the world. Learn about the distillation processes and see the old kilns, mills and casks. Gain insight into the ancient art of making whiskey barrels, before finishing up in the Jameson Bar, where you can savor a complimentary taster of the popular spirit.
• 1 hour
From rugged cliffs to golden beaches, small villages to green pastures, it's easy to see why the Ring of Kerry is considered one of the most beautiful drives in the world. On this day trip from Cork, discover it for yourself as you admire scenery such as peat bogs, mountain ranges, ancient stone forts, landscapes carved out of rock from the Ice Age, lakes, and winding mountain passes. If you're looking for one experience that encompasses Ireland's beauty, a Ring of Kerry tour is the way to go.
• 11 hours
This small-group shore excursion from Cobh Cruise Terminal accommodates no more than 16 passengers on a luxury small van and allows for a particularly intimate day on shore. The tour begins with a pick-up from the cruise liner terminal in Cobh, Cork Harbour, where your driver will be waiting for you to drive you to Blarney Castle and Castles, where the admission is included. Take a panoramic drive through Cork City, where your guide will point out the highlights of the southern capital. In the afternoon visit Kinsale and have a quick tour around Cobh, known as the last departure point of Titanic.
• 7 hours
West Cork is famous for its unique, diverse and beautiful landscapes. From the gourmet capital of Ireland Kinsale, to British forts in Charles Fort to the sinking o the Lusitania to pagan stone circles in Drombeg West Cork has it all. Not to mention some of its great legendary figures including Henry Ford, Michael Collins but to name a few.Today we aim to show you the very best of West Cork so that you shall understand how the past and present lived and enjoyed this beautiful landscape which will be ours to admire on this great adventure.
• 9 hours
The Dingle Peninsula boasts amazing mountain scenery and unusual antiquities, which you will admire as you travel around this world famous Peninsula. Stop and enjoy Inch beach, a site of incredible natural beauty and one of the most famous beaches in Ireland. Stop in Dingle town, is one of the most picturesque fishing towns in Ireland, and is also famed for Fungi the dolphin who has been a local for almost 30 years.
• 11 hours
Coasteering in Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way is a must do on your Ireland bucket list! Come and try this rapidly growing new adventure sport that has become extremely popular in Ireland. If you are looking for an exciting adrenaline-filled activity, try exploring the some of Ireland’s most scenic coastline the fun way. The Kinsale Ireland Coasteering experience is definitely for thrill-seekers and those who thrive on exploration. You are also offered a shuttle service for groups returning from Kinsale or Cork subject to availability.
• 3 hours
The Ring of Kerry (or Iveragh Peninsula) is the Kerry tourist trail and part of the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question, part of the Wild Atlantic Way in the Southwest region a 112 mile drive out into the Atlantic on a peninsula.
• 9 hours
The Cliffs of Moher is Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to 1 million visitors each year. The Cliffs rise up to 214 (700 feet) at the highest point and range for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the Western seaboard of Co. Clare.
• 9 hours