Ireland and the Ring of Kerry
The 'Ring of Kerry', one of the most spectacular circular driving routes in all of Ireland. This beautiful tourist trail around the Inveragh Peninsula runs between Killorglin and Kenmare and features traditional villages where time has stood still, emerald green fields criss-crossed with dry stone walls and jaw dropping scenery.
We Travel west to Abergele, your first port of call, with comfort stops enroute. Arriving in time for a relax before your evening meal.
An early start begins your day to meet the ferry from Holyhead to Dublin, Breakfast will be served on the ferry. Once you land in Dublin you journey to Killarney via Ireland's 3rd largest city Limerick, Limerick has a pace and dynamism you'll find almost nowhere else in Ireland. Situated on the majestic River Shannon, Limerick City is a vibrant hub of education, economic, social and recreational activity in Ireland's Mid-West region. Travel on to your hotel for your next 3 nights in Killarney.
After breakfast we enjoy the beautiful scenery of Killarney by taking a horse drawn jaunting car ride through the grounds of the Killarney National Park to the majestic 15th century Ross Castle on the shores of Lough Leane. Included will be a cruise on Lough Leane, This beautiful Killarney lake cruise offers a spectacular experience, cruising in the scenes of gentle low land, scattered islands in the shadow of the towering ruggedness of the McGillcuddy Reeks Mountain Range. Your experienced skipper will give a full commentary on the flora, fauna and historical heritage of the area.
Join Your driver on board the coach for a tour round the Ring Of Kerry, The Ring of Kerry, known all over the world, follows the coastline of the Iveragh peninsula. It is one of the most dramatic scenic drives in the country and makes a most exciting day tour. Along the 175km route are picturesque villages, an abundance of historical landmarks, sandy coves and beaches. Most mornings, adventurous souls wait at the harbour, hoping to visit one of the wonders of the world. The early-Christian hermitage of Skellig Michael - described by George Bernard Shaw as "part of our dream world" and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site - is 8 miles out to sea. Clearly visible on a fine day, it can only be reached by boat when the weather allows. Then on to Sneem, Sneem is full of colourful houses and has two little squares separated by a bridge. At a turbulent time in his life, Charles de Gaulle escaped to Sneem, where he said "I was at peace with myself", The tour continues with a stop in Kenmare, Founded in 1670, though many generations have passed since then, the unique charm and inherent beauty of the town remains unchanged. Return to the hotel via the Killarney National Park.
Today we bid farewell to our hotel and travel to Bray via Kilkenny, Kilkenny is famous for it's incredible shopping, with tourists flocking there in their droves. Think tiny boutiques where you can find anything from a hand-knitted scarf to your perfect wedding dress. Think of shopping centres full of high street fashion to small design centres featuring many of Ireland's top designers. Be it high-end fashion or hand-made crafts, Kilkenny is one of Ireland's top shopping destinations
An early start from your hotel takes the ferry back to Holyhead where your breakfast will be served, to return you to Lincolnshire with comfort stops on the way.
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