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The beautifully restored Ulster Hall boasts an unrivalled popular and classical music heritage.
Michael Gibbons Walking Ireland located in Clifden, specialises in archaeological and historical tours of the West of Ireland.
Take a relaxing one hour cruise on the River Shannon on the luxurious Moon River pleasure cruiser. Enjoy the onboard entertainment and light refreshments, or sit on deck for a riverside view of the beautiful surroundings.
Riversdale Barge Holidays offer the chance to self drive a barge around the amazing scenery of Ireland on the Shannon-Erne Waterway, the River Shannon and Lough Erne. Its base is located in Ballinamore, County Leitrim.
Located on the Scenic Road 2 miles from the village of Lisnarick off the main Enniskillen/Kesh Road.
Ireland's leading Cruiser-Hire Company offers the best in boating holidays on the Erne, Shannon ...
Methods - Fly fishing, spinning and worm fishing for trout, salmon and sea trout.
This Historic Stroll vividly unveils the strategic importance of Kinsale's perfect harbour and extraordinary fortifications following the New World discoveries.
DV Diving is a PADI Five Star Dive Centre, TDI Facility, RYA Training Centre and HSE recognised ...
1.5 - 2 hour guided cruise takes in Innish Rath, Gad Island, Crom Castle and Reilly Wood.
July 16 - 23 & August 20 - 27, $2644 per person sharing, 1 week back roads tour (14 people max). Explore unique sites & stay in small towns. Go local!
€44 pps based on a group of 10+ participants. +vat at 9%
From £115 per person
For £40 per person
per person sharing
For £137.50 per person - Follow the booking link for more information and full booking details
€2360 for Two People, sharing a Double/Twin Room. Accommodation, car, Safety Course, pick-up & drop-off, merchandise and Garmin are all included!
For £350 for up to 12 people
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