Yoga, meditate or detox at our award-winning retreats
Luxurious and gorgeous world-class spas in locations that instantly soothe the soul
Soak Seaweed Baths is a multi award winning Alternative Seaweed Bath House and Holistic Spa.
Optimum Health caters for a variety of health related interests including regular yoga, a variety of styles of massage...
Burren Yoga and Meditation Centre, in Kinvara, County Galway, offers ecotourism yoga weekends and weeklong retreat holidays...
A breath taking journey to well-being retreats -Mindfulness, Yoga and Heritage trails along the Wild Atlantic Way. Followed...
At Lavender you may choose to embark on a personal journey that incorporates our Thermal Suite.
Kilkee Thalassotherapy Centre is a family run spa and guesthouse located in one of Ireland's oldest seaside resorts...
Take time out in our Wellness Centre. Featuring one of Ireland’s oldest natural therapies - Hot Seawater & Seaweed Baths...
The Cliffs of Moher Retreat is a luxury wellness retreat with accommodation situated against the backdrop of the Atlantic...
From €1235 per person sharing
For £15 for a 2.5 hour trail
£21.95 per adult and £10.95 per child includes return ferry and afternoon tea
For £40 per person / £70 for two - Takes place every last Saturday of the month
€30 per adult / €25 per child. Includes equipment and beach transfers.
£10 per adult, £5 per child (Under 16), Under 5s - Free
For €45 per person - Every Friday. Rain or Shine.
From £89 - £129 per room
From €495 per person
From £110 per room, per night - Includes discounted tickets to Glenarm Castle Walled Gardens
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