Ireland Coach Holidays

Coach Holidays & Tours to Ireland

Ireland has so much to offer that it’s hard to know where to begin. Its many towns, charming villages, beautiful countryside and glorious beaches all add to the allure of this wonderful ‘Emerald Isle’. Why not join us on one of our coach holidays and explore its fascinating sights and attractions to capture the real flavour of Ireland? 

Wander through the winding medieval streets of Galway, see the world-famous Giant's Causeway, explore the stunning natural beauty of the Ring of Kerry, visit the many gallery exhibitions, enjoy its marvellous cultural celebrations and fantastic food and drink events and don’t forget to have a glass or two of real Irish whiskey. There’s always something going on in Ireland!

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Popular Places to Visit in Ireland

Dublin

Dublin is a UNESCO City of Literature with charming hospitality and friendliest citizens in Europe. Enjoy the unending delights of the medieval city of Dublin, with a long and colourful past tracing back to a small Viking settlement, it has much history to offer its visitors. Stroll through its elegant terraces and cobbled streets with Georgian architecture, enjoy a break by the waterfall in Iveagh Gardens, discover Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Guinness Storehouse and much more.

Belfast

Experience the charms of elegant and exciting Northern Ireland’s capital of Belfast. Enjoy Belfast's thriving, the cosmopolitan scene with its many stylish bars, gourmet restaurants and some of the best shopping in the UK. Known for being the birthplace of the Titanic, the city is steeped in culture and features many preserved historic buildings, including the iconic City Hall, the Shankill and Falls Roads, Queen's Quarter and Titanic Belfast.

The Giant's Causeway

Travel along the scenic Antrim Coast to the world famous Giant’s Causeway. Steeped in myth and legend this UNESCO World Heritage site is a magnificent and mysterious geological formation created by volcanic activity. Often described as the eighth wonder of the world, the spectacular and intriguing Giant’s Causeway is surely one of the most interesting destinations for a coach holiday.

Killarney

The beautiful south-west corner of Ireland was simply made for holidays. Killarney, justifiably is one of Ireland’s most popular tourist destination, surrounded by a breath taking landscapes. Killarney is the gateway to the stunning ‘Ring of Kerry’, an area of unimaginable scenic beauty. The bustling resort of Killarney offers ta great atmosphere, amazing sights, shops and cafes to give an authentic taste of the warm Irish welcome for which the country is so famous.

Galway

Discover Ireland's ‘Cultural Heart’ in this charming river city of Galway, the ancient capital of West Ireland. Along with being a popular seaside destination with beautiful beaches and long winding promenade, it has also got a bustling cosmopolitan centre and well known for its art festivals, races and numerous events. Wander the medieval cobbled streets of Galway, stroll through the colourful alleys, have a look at the gorgeously Gothic Lynch’s Castle, visit the unique cathedral and the famous Spanish Arch, admire the breath taking views of Galway Bay or simply shop in the many city stores.

Cork

Cork is Ireland's third city full of charming Georgian houses, busting markets and historic sights. Explore the splendid architecture amble around the pretty craft shops, visit Shandon Church, wander along tree lined Grand Parade, or over the attractive bridges along the River Lee.

Limerick

Situated in the heart of the Ireland’s beautiful Shannon region, the lively city of Limerick offers plenty to see and do. Conquered by the Vikings in the ninth century, Limerick is a modern city with a rich medieval past, which resounds around its ancient streets. Take a cruise on the River Shannon, visit the majestic St John’s Castle or simply wander round the medieval streets.

Donegal

Explore the breath-taking scenery of the northernmost county in Ireland. County Donegal with its high cliffs, miles of deserted white sandy beaches and the second largest National Park in Ireland is relatively undiscovered, and will not disappoint anyone who come on a coach holiday to explore this spectacular region of Donegal.

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