From remote wind-blown Atlantic outposts to rich nature reserves, Ireland's islands are full of surprises
We offer to guide you round the beautiful sights and sounds of Rathlin on our walking tours.
The M.V. Boy Colm & M.V Norvic provide ferry services from Cunnamore to Heir Island & Sherkin Island in West Cork.
The walk begins at the junction east side of Sullivan’s pub, Ballinakilla, and continues towards Rerrin Village, passing...
Dive Tory is located in Big Strand, Tory Island, County Donegal and offers experienced divers excellent varied dives...
Dive Arranmore is based on Arranmore Island, off north west Donegal. Access to the island is by scheduled ferry services...
Usually the quietest and least visited of the Aran Islands, Inishmaan is truly an escape from the modern world, a place...
The Jolly Roger Tavern captures the true essence of an Irish pub with a great atmosphere.
The sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and hidden caves of Inis Bó Finne or Inishbofin Island, 3km off the coast of Donegal,...
Join warden and islander Liam McFaul to explore the RSPB’s Roonivoolin reserve.
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8 day Guided Walking Tour of Donegal & Antrim including Giants Causeway £889 per person sharing
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