Stately Irish Manors

Stately Irish Manors

Day 1: After arriving at Shannon Airport and picking up your car, you can discover county Clare and visit it's top attractions which include The Cliffs of Moher which are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe, and The Burren whose environment is so unique that many tropical plants thrive there. You may also visit Limerick, Ireland's third largest city. You stay in what many call Ireland's prettiest village, Adare.

Day 2: Killarney awaits you today, with it's world renowned lakes at the National Park. The Ring of Kerry is a stunning drive around some of the most scenic mountains and coastlines. Bring your camera!

Day 3: Leave Killarney and travel to Bantry. A journey a little off the main highway via the Healy Pass over the Beara mountains is unforgettable. Visit Garinish Island or explore the Beara, Sheeps Head or Mizen Penninsulas, places that are not as crowded as the Ring of Kerry but are every bit as beautiful. From your base in Bantry you can discover West Cork, which is one of the most popular places with the Irish themselves, and the home of Discoveringtravel!

Day 4: Onwards to Ballycotton in East Cork, you can visit the Blarney Stone on your way. Other places of interest include Cork City, Kinsale, Fota Island Wildlife Park near the City.
From your base in Ballycotton you are only an hour from Waterford if you are intersted in visiting the Waterford Crystal workshop for a tour and some shopping.

Day 5 & 6: You have two days to see the attractions of Dublin. See Dublin Castle, The Guinness Brewery, Trinity College, Government Buildings etc. A visit to County Wicklow , The garden of Ireland is a must. The prehistoric monastic settlement at Glendalough is one of the country's most popular attractions.

Day 7: Depart for home from Dublin airport.

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