The Cliffs of Moher, Connemara and Aran Islands

Experience the delights of Galway Bay surrounded by the Burren region and the Cliffs of Moher, facing spectacular Connemara across the water with the Aran Islands lying at the mouth of this world famous inlet. Staying in a 4 star (standard) hotel for 2 nights in the heart of vibrant & Cultural Galway City (the City of the Tribes).



2019 Price is €549 per person sharing from Oct to May and €569 per person from June to Sept
Departs Daily (Monday – Saturday)
single room supplement applies
All tours have stops en route for Photography, shopping etc.
Subject to availability at time of booking

Day 1
Check in Dublin Heuston station (Customer Service Desk) for 07.00 depature of InterCity train to Cork
(Free full Irish breakfast available Monday to Friday if tour booked directly online on this site).
We join our coach at Limerick, have a short tour of the treaty city and setting for “Angela’s Ashes”. We head north to Bunratty Castle and Folk Village (admission included), then to a Doolin Pub for our lunch stop and on to the majestic Cliffs of Moher on the wild Atlantic coast. We enter the unique lunar landscape of the Burren, rounding Black Head before heading along the shores of Galway Bay to Galway the city of the tribes.
Checkin to your 4 Star standard (Hotel Grade subject to availability.) city centre Galway Hotel, include full Irish Breakfast.
Evening free to enjoy this really exciting city with its huge selection of traditional bars some with music and a wide variety of restaurants and cafés.

Day 2
10.00am. We meet our host and transfer by road to Connemara Airport for flight to Inishmore, largest of the Aran islands, last land before America. We join our tour of the Island with time for lunch at Kilronan (Not included) before our visit to the magnificent ancient fort Dún Aengus (Adminission included) with its sheer cliffs and dramatic seascapes.
The word Dun means fort of a king or chieftain.
This massive fort is perched on 100mt high cliffs and offers commanding views of the Island. This prehistoric fort is enclosed by 3 huge dry stone walls and was further protected by Chevaux-de-frise, tall blocks of limestone set vertically into the ground.
After seeing more of the island, we get our return flight and transfer back to Galway City arriving 17.30hrs approx.
Evening free to enjoy this really exciting city with its huge selection of traditional bars some with music and a wide variety of restaurants and cafés.

Day 3
10.00am. We depart Galway and strike out into the faboulous scenery of Connemara (inlets of the ocean). On our journey we passed the house where Bruce Ismay (dierctor of the white Star Line) retired to in disgrace after surviving the Titanic sinking until his death in 1932. Mountains, lakes and deep inlets are there to behold, we visit the lovely fishing village of Leenane on Ireland’s only fjord – Killary Harbour.
We visit the World famous Kylemore Abbey & Garden (admission to Abbey & garden included).
This is also our lunch stop (not included). See the Tweleve Bens and Maamturks mountain ranges. Plenty of shopping and photo opportunities en route.
We continue on along the shores of Galway Bay and arrive in Galway at around 18:00hrs.

We depart Galway by train at 19:20hrs to Dublin Heuston by InterCity train (bar & snacks available on board) arriving at 21.50hrs