Wild Atlantic Way 7 Day Experience

7 Days Starts in Dublin & Ends in Dulbin

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Tour Ticket Ireland have combined some of the best views and experiences you will witness in your lifetime: Ceide Fields, Foxford Wollen Mills Tour, Lahardane Titanic Village, Nephin Whisky Tasting Experience, Achill Island, Killary Sheep Farm, Irish Pubs History, Aran Islands, Kylemore Abbey, Cliffs of Moher, Killarney Jaunting Cars (Horse/Carriage Tours), Ross Castle, Celtic Steps Show, Dingle Peninsula, Rock of Cashel, and Kilkenny Castle.

This is a seven day tour of one of Ireland's most scenic and memorable sights, a must-do for any journey in discovering Ireland's beauty and uniqueness. Tour Ticket Ireland have developed an experience that combines history, authenticity and captivating scenery, which will leave you in awe. Tour Ticket Ireland look forward to welcoming you on this wonderful experience.

Pick up at your accommodation in Dublin 10am-10.45am. Please refer to Important Information for a list of hotels Tour Ticket Ireland have provided for each part of your journeyBook early to confirm your stay! Please email info@tourticketireland.com to make them aware of your pick up location in Dublin. 

Itinerary

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Mayo Experience

Travel to County Mayo, Ireland.

Ceide Fields - The remarkable Neolithic site at Céide Fields in County Mayo, Ireland, contains the oldest known stone-walled fields in the world – dating back nearly 6,000 years, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Foxford Woollen Mills Tour - An intriguing tale woven in the west of Ireland. See the mill as it's run today, where master craftspeople are creating contemporary designs that they are proud to deliver all over the world. Explore the history of Foxford Woollen Mills and learn about techniques that have been passed down through generations.

Lahardane Titanic Village - Fourteen people from the area boarded the Titanic at Queenstown (Cobh) in County Cork on Thursday 11th April 1912 and. Within days, eleven of them had perished in the icy waters east of Newfoundland. Only three Addergoole parishioners survived the disaster. Visit St Patrick’s Church, which displays stained glass windows, telling the story of passengers who boarded lifeboats to escape the Titanic, and the women and children only position from White Star Line staff.

Whisky at the Castle - An unfiltered, behind the scenes look at the history and modern making of Whiskey while enjoying a spectacular food & spirit taste experience. Over 3 hours in the galley room of Belleek Castle, you will journey through the history of Irish Whiskey, enjoy a technical Masterclass in the making of Whiskey and explore the taste differences of many styles of Whiskey in the company of the folks at Nephin Whiskey Distillery.

Achill Island - Achill Island is at the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, and Keem Bay is one of the 14 Signature Discovery Points that span the 2500km route. The breath-taking scenery of the west coast of Ireland is unrivaled and Achill epitomizes all that is dramatic and wild about the route, with ancient castles, prehistoric sites, towering cliffs, windswept beaches and untamed landscapes.

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Galway Experience

Next, you will travel to County Galway.

Killary Sheep Farm - A traditional working mountain farm with approx. 200 ewes and lambs roaming freely in the mountain overlooking Killary Fjord on the Wild Atlantic Way. The farm mainly runs blackhead horny sheep, which are most suited to survive the mountains during the harsh winters. At Killary Sheep Farm visitors can view the following demonstrations: Sheep, Sheep Sheering and Turf Cutting Demonstrations.

Kylemore Abbey - A Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The abbey is regarded as one of Ireland’s most romantic buildings. Originally built in 1867 as a romantic gift, Kylemore Abbey and the surrounding mountains and lakes are steeped in history, including engineering initiatives, model farms, tragedy, royal visits, gambling debts, a hideaway during Ireland’s troubled past, as well as excellence in education.

Ireland's shortest walking Tour - Stretched over an amazing 50 metres!! This is one of Ireland’s most original stories. Imagine pulling your first pint of Guinness and relaxing in front of an open fire! If you like Galway Girl from singer Ed Sheeran, you will know O’Connors Pub!!

Aran Islands - The rugged Aran Islands lie just outside Galway Bay and just miles from the Clare coast and the Cliffs of Moher on the West coast of Ireland. All natives speak Irish. You’ll find ancient forts, churches and monuments on all three islands. Travel to the island via ferry and witness some of the most inspiring beauty in Ireland's West Coast.

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Killarney Experience

Travel to Counties Kerry and Clare.

Cliffs of Moher - The Cliffs of Moher are a Signature Discovery Point at the heart of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Ireland at its most natural - rugged, panoramic and breath-taking. Everything you dreamed that Ireland would be – and more. The beauty of the Cliffs of Moher is that they offer you a totally multi-faceted experience of Ireland’s incredible West Coast. (Admission to Cliffs of Moher is €8.00, paid on the day)

Killarney Jaunting Cars - A Jaunting Car Tour is the perfect option to show you the hidden delights of Killarney National Park & the famous Lakes of Killarney. You will step back in time and experience Ireland’s most traditional mode of transport with a jaunting car tour. Tour Ticket Ireland operate local tours of The Killarney National Park & the Lakes of Killarney. Their intimate knowledge of Killarney derives from generations before them.

Ross Castle - Originally the home of an Irish Chieftain, O’Donoghue Ross, Ross Castle was probably built in the late 15th century. The castle is a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish Chieftain during the Middle Ages. It sits on the banks of Lough Leane on a majestic site looking out on to the lake and Innisfallen Island (home to a 7th century monastery). It is reputed to be one of the last strongholds of significance to fall to Cromwell’s forces in the 1650’s. (Opens April to October Only)

Celtic Steps - This show brings together the raw talent of popular Irish dance with the authenticity of traditional Irish music. It aims to provide a magical evening for its guests, taking them on a journey through the nation’s colorful past and history to present day Ireland through the language of music, song and, of course, dance. An amazing live show experience!

Dingle Peninsula - The peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to Mount Brandon, Ireland's second highest peak. The coastline consists of steep sea-cliffs broken by sandy beaches, with two large sand spits at Inch in the south and the Maharees to the north. The Blasket Islands lie to the west of the peninsula.

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Rock of Cashel and Kilkenny Castle

On the last day of your tour, visit the two jewels of Co. Tipperary and Kilkenny - The Rock of Cashel and Kilkenny Castle.

Rock of Cashel - A spectacular group of Medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone in the Golden Vale, including the 12th century round tower, High Cross and Romanesque Chapel, 13th century Gothic cathedral, 15th century Castle and the restored Hall of the Vicars Choral. Attractions include an audio-visual show and exhibitions (Admission is onsite and costs 8.00 euro).

Kilkenny Castle - It stands dramatically on a strategic height that commands a crossing on the River Nore and dominates the ‘High Town’ of Kilkenny City. Over the eight centuries of its existence, many additions and alterations have been made to the fabric of the building, making Kilkenny Castle today a complex structure of various architectural styles.

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Travel through some of Ireland’s most scenic and beautiful coastlines and immerse yourself in unique experiences, from Irish music and dancing to whisky tasting and Ireland's shortest walking Tour! Get down to basics in peat cutting, pull your 1st pint of Guinness, and travel old style in a horse drawn carriage. But that’s not all! You will visit old castles and ruins, and listen to stories of kings during some of Ireland’s most turbulent times, all in the comfort of a luxurious coach and a hugely knowledgeable guide.

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Please see the list below with accommodation options for your journey across Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Once you confirm tour experience, make sure to book your hotels/bed and breakfasts. The coach will drop you off and pick you up from there each day.

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County Galway

County Kerry

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