Touring Ireland by Coach
Contrary to popular opinion, it doesn’t always rain in Ireland. The weather can be a bit more unpredictable than the in the Mediterranean though but that will not diminish your enjoyment of a stay in this hospitable and beautiful country. One of the best ways to go on holiday to Ireland is to go on a coach tour. There aren’t many tours which cover the whole of the country, so it’s best to decide on a particular area you want to visit.
Kerry and Cork – One of the most beautiful areas to visit by coach is the region of Kerry and Cork, in the south west of Ireland. On a visit here you will visit coastal towns, hills and valleys, and you may also get the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone and go on a distillery tour. Driving round the “Ring of Kerry”, you may also get the chance to play golf in Ballybunion, which is one of the most famous courses in Ireland. Bill Clinton even played there when he was president. You will also be likely to visit the Dingle peninsula, once home to a stray dolphin, and may stay in the bustling town of Killarney, which retains its Irish charm.
The West Coast – Whether you are looking for wonderful National Park scenery, cliffs and the sea, historic ports, then the west coast of Ireland will have something to offer you. This region is particularly rich in Celtic folklore and if you want to combine that with a brave swim in the Atlantic, then you really should visit.
Dublin, Bray and Wicklow – Often put together in a tour package, these three areas couldn’t be more different. Dublin is a cosmopolitan city with something for everyone. Bray is a seaside resort that still has its charm, and the Wicklow mountains and lakes are just stunning.
Southeast Ireland – The main towns in this region are Waterford, Wexford and Kilkenny and they are regularly visited by tourists enjoying fun and cheap holidays around the South. In this area you may be based in any of the three, and whilst tour itineraries vary you may have the opportunity to visit the crystal factory at Waterford or the medieval city of Kilkenny.
Other activities – Apart from the coach travel, accommodation (usually dinner, bed and breakfast) and excursions, there are usually other activities included on your trip. These vary from one operator to another but could include things such as a dinner dance or a tea dance, cooking lessons, or theatre or concert tickets. There is also usually some flexibility in the trip to do your own activities.
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