From remote wind-blown Atlantic outposts to rich nature reserves, Ireland's islands are full of surprises
Take off to an exotic island garden in the wilds of West Cork, and say hello to the seals on the way
Inis Oírr is one of the most westerly points in Europe. On the island of Inis Oírr, Irish is the spoken language.
The M.V. Boy Colm & M.V Norvic provide ferry services from Cunnamore to Heir Island & Sherkin Island in West Cork.
Usually the quietest and least visited of the Aran Islands, Inishmaan is truly an escape from the modern world, a place...
Irish language courses with optional activities for cultural/historical interest, for exam and job or college admission...
One-Day Tour of Inis Mór (Inishmore), Aran Islands.
The largest of County Donegal's off shore Islands, Árainn Mhór is a wild and rugged place with fantastic cliff scenery,...
The Firehouse Bakery offers a new kind of adventure into the world of real bread, a West Cork Island, a wood burning...
A warm West Cork welcome awaits visitors to Bere Island. Lying at the entrance to the magnificent Bantry Bay and guarding...
A unique storytelling festival in a stunning setting. Each year Irish and international storytellers and musicians are...
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Tickets: €10. Concessions: €5. 10% group discount also available.
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£79 per couple
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From £275 for a minimum 3 night stay.
From €1,240 per person (price includes €250 discount)
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