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
Bus tour of the Aran Islands, visiting Dun Aengus Fort and Cliffs, the Seven Churches and also the west end of the island...
Island Cottage Cookery School is located on Heir Island, a unique island that lies southwest of County Cork. They provide...
An Dún Restaurant, located on the island of Inis Meáin, Aran Islands, is family fun and is in operation since 1989.
Cape Clear Island & Fastnet Cruises operate three daily return sailings between the village of Schull and Cape Clear...
Lying 12km off north Donegal, Tory Island or Toraigh, the most remote of Ireland’s inhabited islands, is a timeless...
Inis Mór is the largest and most developed of the Aran Islands that lie scattered off the Galway coast. It combines...
The Gaeltacht island of Chléire, or Cape Clear, is Ireland’s southernmost island and is a paradise of solitude and inspiration....
Dursey Island is the most westerly of West Cork’s inhabited islands. It lies across a narrow sound that one crosses...
Walk, Eat, Laugh, Love Rathlin
Whether you're a strong swimmer or more of a keen observer, Escape From Ireland with this feat of endurance.
Based on 2 sharing a car on a Return ferry crossing and 3 nights, 3 star accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis.
€75 per person sharing
£90 for 2 people
from EUR 1,895 per person sharing
€420 : 3 Nights for up to 4 adults
£60 per person or £50 for groups of 4 or more
30% online ticket purchases
£79.50 per person sharing
€40.00 per adult
€3080 per person (based on 2 people)
Beginning at £195 for two adults including a home cooked breakfast.
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