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Visit the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher in one day on this full-day tour from Galway. Travel along the Wild Atlantic Way with your guide, through pretty villages including Ballindereen, Clarenbridge and Kilcolgan. Take the ferry from the fishing village of Doolin to Inisheer Island and enjoy free time at your leisure. Then, pass beneath the mighty Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry back to Doolin. Soak up spectacular views from atop the Cliffs of Moher, then take in the Burren and Lisdoonvarna on route back to Galway.
Galway is Ireland’s cultural capital, but it’s also one of the best places in the country to sample traditional Irish food. Get the local scoop on this Galway tasting tour, stopping to enjoy a pint of Guinness, tuck into hearty Irish Stew, try local cheeses, and taste fresh seafood.
Delve into the rugged wilderness of Connemara, an Irish county thronged with historic monuments and natural splendor, on a full-day tour from Galway City. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, explore the perfectly preserved Franciscan friary of Ross Errilly Friary and enjoy some leisurely free time in Cong, a picturesque village. Gaze at the tranquil surfaces of Lough Carrib and Loch NaFooey and discover the elaborate walled gardens of Kylemore Abbey. Enjoy a pleasant balance of guided tours and independent exploration during this enriching excursion.
Spend the day exploring the tiny Irish village of Cong, best known as the filming location of John Wayne’s The Quiet Man, on a full-day guided tour from Galway. On this tour, you’ll visit the Ashford Castle, the Royal Abbey of Cong, the Pigeon Hole Cave, and enjoy a history cruise on Lough Corrib. This fully guided coach tour packs in more sights than you could see in a day exploring on your own and includes all admission tickets and guide fees so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
Explore Ireland’s beautiful Burren region and discover top natural landmarks including the Cliffs of Moher with ease on this day tour from Galway. Travel through the Burren’s rugged landscapes with your guide and discover local attractions such as the 16th-century Dunguaire Castle and Aillwee Cave. Explore walking trails on top of the mighty Cliffs of Moher at your leisure and enjoy panoramic views over the coastal scenery. Watch the skies for sightings of native birdlife, then stop in Doolin on route back to Galway.
The Cliffs of Moher are a Natural Wonder but there is so more to The Burren than this and Connemara Chauffeurs would be thrilled if you would allow them to show you. We will take you on a spectacular drive through the UNESCO world heritage site that is The Burren and visit some amazing places on the way to and from The Cliffs of Moher. You can expect to be driven in an executive-level vehicle that is spacious and comfortable, air-conditioned with complimentary bottle water provided for all guests. While we do provide an itinerary however this does not have to be adhered to as our tours can be tailored to your interests. We look forward to meeting you!
Enjoy an afternoon away from civilization, paddling by kayak through Ireland’s remote Connemara coastline. Learn the ins and outs of kayaking before experienced guides lead your group to pristine beaches with clear waters and beautiful landscapes. This is the perfect way to discover the natural beauty and isolation of coastal Ireland.
Coastal Connemara is one of western Ireland’s loveliest corners, and on this full-day tour, you’ll explore its wild scenery from a new perspective. Begin at the village of Cleggan (or select the tour option which includes round-trip coach transit from Galway); upon arrival at the riding center, you’ll meet your guide, find all the equipment you need, and get acquainted with your horse. The first ride of the day includes Omey Island and Claddaghduff; after lunch (own expense) you’ll go for a second ride along the Wild Atlantic Way coastline.
Rent an electric bike to explore Ireland’s rugged Wild Atlantic Way. The day-long rental from Clifden allows you to cover more ground with less effort, meaning you take in more of the area’s scenery, sights, and seafood in one leisurely outing. Cycle along the famous Bog Road, explore fishing villages like Cleggan, or pedal to the ruins of Clifden Castle. A helmet, lock, map, and plenty of local tips are included.
A once in lifetime opportunity to visit the natural beauty of the west of Ireland and all its attractions, a tour that can be tailored by the tourists to visit whichever locations they like, and whatever amount of times they want to spend at each location
If you love to immerse yourself in beautiful scenery and prefer a personalized private tour, then come and join me for a day trip on the magnificent West Coast of Ireland. Let it be a journey to rest your mind and nourish your soul. This tour lasts 8-10 hours, and can be modified to meet your needs as you wish. Scenic walks or hikes ranging from 5 to 14 kilometers can be included if you prefer walking to driving.
If you wish to enhance your visual experience while on the journey, there is an option to listen to the haunting contemporary Irish music by Seán Ó Riada, Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin, Patrick Cassidy and many more.
I’m driving a Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid 2017, with very comfortable seating for up to three people. I can stop any time at your request.
Exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way on horseback is a thrilling way to experience Connemara’s beaches and rugged coastline. Depending on your level of experience, you’ll safely trot or gallop across white sandy beaches while enjoying sweeping views of the sea. This half-day guided horseback tour is suitable for riders of all levels. Those with little or no riding experience will be given plenty of instruction to ensure you feel safe and comfortable on your ride.
Explore the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher on this County Clare day tour from Galway. Travel along the Wild Atlantic Way to the Burren with your guide and take in top local landmarks including Dunguaire Castle and Corcomroe Abbey. Pass pretty towns and villages such as Ballyvaughan, Doolin, and Lisdoonvarna on route to the majestic Cliffs of Moher, widely considered among Ireland’s most impressive sights. Head along County Clare’s stunning coastline on route back to Galway, and enjoy fine views over Fanore Strand and Black Head.
The Cliffs of Moher are a Natural Wonder but there is so much more to The Burren than this and Connemara Chauffeurs would be thrilled if you would allow them to show you. We will take you on a spectacular drive through the UNESCO world heritage site that is The Burren and visit some amazing places on the way to and from The Cliffs of Moher. You can expect to be driven in an executive-level vehicle that is spacious and comfortable, air-conditioned with complimentary bottle water provided for all guests. While we do provide an itinerary however this does not have to be adhered to as our tours can be tailored to your interests. We look forward to meeting you!
Your professional private Chauffeur will meet you at your location to transport you and your luggage to your destination, in a stylish comfortable air-conditioned Mercedes Benz E220 (Saloon/Sedan) Should you have any questions en route, please do not hesitate to ask as your Chauffeur is a local. Just sit back and relax and enjoy the journey in comfort
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Marvel at the magnitude of the Cliffs of Moher on this unforgettable 1-hour cruise from Doolin. Soak up the scenery of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way from a unique angle, as you sail beneath the mighty 700-foot (213 meter) high sea cliffs. Along the way, glide past the 'An Branaunmore' sea stack, spot the cliff-top O'Brien's Tower and look out for Puffins, Razorbills, and Guillemots swooping along the cliffs.
Our guide will immerse you in the songs, stories, trials and tribulations of the people of Galway over the centuries. You’ll see how Galway has become one of the most attractive and liveable cities in Ireland in recent times, with a young population and a well-deserved reputation as a centre for theatre and the arts.
This tour will bring alive to you the bustle of medieval ‘Galvia’ where Irish was the native tongue, but where also the patter of Spanish was heard on streets teeming with visiting merchants and sailors from Andalucia. And in those same streets and pubs today you’ll still hear the lilt of Gaelic and the strains of Irish music played on the fiddle and on the uilleann pipes.
Can you feel it? Welcome to Galway!
The Cliffs of Moher are a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Ireland’s most memorable landmarks, but most tours only take in the views from the shore. On this full-day tour from Galway, admire the cliffs from the sea on a cruise to the Aran Islands; visit Inisheer, Doolin, and The Burren, then hike along the cliff-tops.
Sure, have you never heard of an Irish half hour?
It can stretch out for days and 5 days is what you’ve got to experience this memorable, expertly guided road trip, over ever-changing landscape, along The Wild Atlantic Way.
From shucking Clarinbridge oysters and downing creamy stout in Galway, to the jaw dropping sights of the Ring of Kerry, with only the Atlantic separating the 40 shades from the 50 U.S. states.
Cool down with Fungie, Dingle’s resident dolphin who came for the fish in 1984 and stayed for the craic or feel like you’re at the edge of the world, at the dramatic Cliffs of Moher.
And how about a spot of kissing at the Blarney Stone where you’ll come away with the gift of the ‘gab’ (talk); handy for ‘having the craic’ with your small tour group.
And in between the heritage and culture, bohemian Galway and dinky Doolin, there’ll be ceol agus craic (music and boldness), seafood and banter and an epic road-trip you’ll never forget.
This Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher cruise will take you to beautiful areas of Ireland that can only be reached by boat. Your guide will tell you about the history of the villages you encounter and point out highlights such as one of Ireland’s most beautiful beaches. This tour gives you the freedom to explore independently, hire a bike, or grab some lunch. A highlight is the views from the top of the Cliffs of Moher.
Embark on a thrilling road trip along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way on this full-day tour from Galway. Discover the natural wonders of Galway Bay and Connemara as you leave the tourist trail behind and journey along the coast. Admire views of Rosmuc, Derrygimlagh Bog and the Twelve Bens Mountains; visit the former residence of political leader Padraic Pearse; and stop for morning tea in Roundstone (not included). Finally, look out for wild Connemara ponies as you hike through Connemara National Park or pay a visit to the magnificent 19th-century Kylemore Abbey.
Dublin visitors who want to experience the stunning Cliffs of Moher typically need to rent a car and drive, but that makes it tough to enjoy the sights along the way. On this private tour, you can sit back, relax, and let your driver whisk you from Dublin to the seaside cliffs. Along the way, you can arrange stops to see the sights or sample local cuisine, or just travel directly to save time—it's totally up to you.
Take the ferry from Doolin to Inis Mór (Inishmore), the largest of the Aran Islands. Inis Mor is the home of Dun Aengus, the famous Ring Fort and one of the finest prehistoric ruins in Europe. Travel with Doolin's Original Ferry service to the Aran Islands on the Largest and Most Comfortable ferries on a journey to Ireland’s traditional past. Fáilte ar bord, welcome aboard!
Experience the beautiful County Clare countryside from horseback with this family owned stables. Beautiful views of Slieve Eva, the magnificent Connemara mountain ranges, the iconic Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands make this trek is one of the most popular!
Whether it's a fun time or an exciting and challenging hack you're looking for we cater for all riders, from young to old with all different levels of experience.
Ride some of the best trails the West of Ireland and Wild Atlantic Way have to offer. Each of our trails is unique. We trek through the woodlands, up the hills of Slieve Elva and along peaceful winding green roads into the world-renowned Burren region.
This is a livelier 2-hour trek with trots and canters. Suitable for beginner and advanced riders.