Follow the Irish coast and take in the sites and sounds of the whole island with this fantastic 10-day itinerary
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Discover the delights of Wicklow and Kildare
Portrush Visitor Information Centre
Open all year. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class information service for visitors to ...
Make the award-wining Fermanagh District Council, Tourist Information Centre your first stop ...
Free local and national tourist information.
Open all year. Bureau de Change. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class service for visitors.
Portaferry Castle is a 16th century tower-house, built by the Savage family.
Ballymoney’s Arts, Museum and Tourist Information Centre is well worth a visit.
From £110 per room, per night - Includes discounted tickets to Glenarm Castle Walled Gardens
From €129.00 per person sharing - valid midweek (Sunday - Thursday), excludes bank holidays
From €1235 per person sharing
From €495 per person
€30 per adult / €25 per child. Includes equipment and beach transfers.
From £140 per person
For £40 per person / £70 for two - Takes place every last Saturday of the month
For £80 per person - Follow the booking link for more information and full booking details
£21.95 per adult and £10.95 per child includes return ferry and afternoon tea
From £89 - £129 per room
For €45 per person - Every Friday. Rain or Shine.
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