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Burren & Connemara 8 Day Self-Guided Hike

Burren & Connemara 8 Day Self-Guided Hike - Doolin, Ireland

Duration: 8 days
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$874.93

This tour combines the lunar-like, limestone landscape at the Burren with the spectacular coast routes in Connemara.

The Burren National Park covers a remarkable 1,500ha of limestone pavement, hazel scrub, woodland, turloughs, springs and cliffs. Originating from the Irish word “Boireann” meaning rocky place you cannot fail to be impressed by this truly mesmeric landscape ... More info ›

This tour combines the lunar-like, limestone landscape at the Burren with the spectacular coast routes in Connemara.

The Burren National Park covers a remarkable 1,500ha of limestone pavement, hazel scrub, woodland, turloughs, springs and cliffs. Originating from the Irish word “Boireann” meaning rocky place you cannot fail to be impressed by this truly mesmeric landscape. The Connemara village of Roundstone is beautifully set on one of the most spectacular coastal drives in Ireland overlooking the Atlantic at the foot of Errisbeg Mountain, it is no surprise that International artists have drawn their inspiration from this enigmatic location. On Inismore marvel at Dun Aonghusa prehistoric stone fort clinging to the 90m high cliffs while the Atlantic crashes below. Have your cameras ready for your visit to the iconic Cliffs of Moher and enjoy unparalleled views of the Aran Islands and the coast of Clare from Gleninagh Mountain.

Day 1: Arrive in Doolin - Set against the rugged Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by the spectacular bare limestone landscape of the Burren, Doolin is a place of breathtaking beauty.  

Day 2: Cliffs of Moher Hike - The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to one million visitors every year.  From here you follow the “Burren Way” along the cliff tops to Hags Head and return by the same route, but enjoying a completely different panorama.  Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms.  Duration: 5 hours.

Day 3: Ballinalacken Castle to Ballyvaughan - You will be driven a short distance from your guesthouse to the start of your walk at Ballinalacken Castle.  From here you follow the Burren Way along old green roads into the heart of the Burren, with wonderful limestone pavements and walls all around you. The Burren region is internationally famous for its landscape and flora.  Walk Details:  Distance: 20 kms. Duration: 6 hours.

Day 4: Moneen Mountain to Bell Harbour - Walking across Moneen Mountain and continuing on over to the magnificent Turlough Hill with its Iron Age hillfort, you then descend to Corcomroe Abbey (Cistercian, 12th century) to finish your walk at Bell Harbour (Bealaclugga). Return to Ballyvaughan for overnight.  Walk Details:  Distance: 18kms. Duration: 6 hours.

Day 5: Travel to Connemara and Moneen Pass Hike - Today you will be leaving Ballyvaughan on the daily public bus at 9.00am (approx.) to Maam Cross (bus change in Galway). On your arrival at Maam Cross (a little before 13:00) you will be taken to the start of your walk at Teernakill Bridge near the village of Maam.  Walk Details: Distance: 15kms. Duration: 5 hours.

Day 6: Lough Inagh to Leenane - Start from Lough Inagh and, continuing on the Western Way, walk along the foot of the Maamturk Mountainsthrough Letterbreckaun to Tullyconor to the shores of the spectacular Killary Harbour to finish in the little village of Leenane.  Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms. Duration: 5 hours. 

Day 7: Lough Fee to Leenane - From Leenane, you will be driven a short distance to the western end of Lough Fee. This is the start of a very beautiful walking day along the shores of Killary Harbour – Ireland’s only fjord.  Walk Details:  Distance: 17kms. Duration: 5 hours.

Day 8: Departure - From Leenane, a taxi is required to take you to Maam Cross to join the main Galway-Clifden bus route. On arrival back at Galway Bus Station – you can then access all airports, ferry ports or main cities by the excellent train or bus services offered.

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Burren 5 Day Self Guided Hike

Burren 5 Day Self Guided Hike - Doolin, Ireland

Duration: 5 days
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$582.90

The Burren covers an area of some 260 square kilometres. Famous for its bare limestone pavements dissected by deep crevices and traversed by countless stone walls ... More info ›

The Burren covers an area of some 260 square kilometres. Famous for its bare limestone pavements dissected by deep crevices and traversed by countless stone walls. Almost devoid of trees and surface water, it has been described as ‘lunar’ in its appearance. An ancient limestone plateau lies beneath which is a labyrinth of pot-holes, caves, streams and lakes. This unusual and apparently hostile environment is a botanist’s paradise as around ¾ of Ireland’s plant species are found here. This is more than any other region.

The Burren Self Guided Hike begins at Doolin on the west coast of Clare. After visiting the Cliffs of Moher, which fall 200m sheer into the Atlantic, you follow the Burren Way to Doolin. The following day’s walk, also along the Burren Way, brings you to the village of Ballyvaughan on Clare’s north coast. You will also explore the barren karst landscape to the east of Ballyvaughan on your Burren Self Guided Hike.

Day 1: Arrive in Doolin where you will be spending your first night. On arrival at your first accommodation, your hostess will give you your full Detailed Information pack. She will also be able to recommend some of the excellent local restaurants and suggest some of the pubs where you will find great traditional Irish music.

Day 2: Cliffs of Moher - From your guesthouse you will walk to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre. From here you follow the “Burren Way” along the cliff tops to Hags Head and return by the same route, but enjoying a completely different panorama. Once back at the visitor centre, you will then be transferred back to your accommodations. 
Walk Details:  Distance: 16kms. Duration: 5 hours. 

Day 3: Ballinalacken Castle to Ballyvaughan -  You will be driven a short distance from your guesthouse to the start of your walk at Ballinalacken Castle. From here you follow the “Burren Way” along old green roads into the heart of the Burren, with wonderful limestone pavements and walls all around you. There are fantastic views over Galway Bay and the Aran Islands as you continue on, passing Fermoyle Chapel, to Lismacsheedy. Old ring forts can be found along the way as you continue on past the impressive Newtown Castle and finish in Ballyvaughan. Overnight in Ballyvaughan. 
Walk Details:  Distance: 20 kms. Duration: 6 hours. 

Day 4: Green Road - You will be driven a short distance from your guesthouse to the start of your walk at “Green Road” near Fanore Beach. From here you follow the old green road into the heart of the Black Head mountain, with wonderful limestone pavements and stone walls all around.  There are fantastic views over Galway Bay and the Aran Islands as you continue on, over Gleninagh Mountain. We join the Burren Way to drop down into the Caher Valley, climbing again to pass under/around Slieve Elva and finish the day’s walk at Craggagh.  Collection and return back to Doolin is arranged. Overnight Doolin. Doolin is the ideal location for exploring the beauty that is Clare. There are many varied attractions, with breathtaking scenery, making this a truly magical location to visit. 
Walk Details: Distance: 18 kms. Duration: 6 hours.

Day 5: Departure - After breakfast, depart for onward journey, either Airport or further holiday. All transfer details/information/details provided if required. Private transfer arranged if required.

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Burren Clare 8 Day Self Guided Cycle

Burren Clare 8 Day Self Guided Cycle - Doolin, Ireland

Duration: 8 days
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$1108.56

The Clare Bike Tour take you through a region in Ireland that captures some of the finest coastal scenery, inland charms, historic monuments & dramatic landscape contrasts as those found in the county of Clare. Bordered by the Shannon River to the east and south, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and Galway Bay to the north – Clare gives all the beauty and splendour found in all of Ireland – in one small area ... More info ›

The Clare Bike Tour take you through a region in Ireland that captures some of the finest coastal scenery, inland charms, historic monuments & dramatic landscape contrasts as those found in the county of Clare. Bordered by the Shannon River to the east and south, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and Galway Bay to the north – Clare gives all the beauty and splendour found in all of Ireland – in one small area. Taking time to cycle & walk this region will give you the greatest insight into just what it is that makes Ireland so unique.

Day 1: Arrive in Ennis - Check into your B&B. Collect your bicycle, Information Pack with Route Description and map from the proprietor. 
Day 2: Ennis to Kilrush - Leaving Ennis for Kilrush you cycle along the north shore of the mighty Shannon River Estuary which hosts beautiful views over North Kerry and Scattery Island. 
Today’s Cycle Distance: 58kms/ 36mi. 
Day 3: Kilrush to Kilkee - Today’s cycle takes you from Kilrush to Carrigaholt & the beautiful Loop Head cycle. Overlooking the Shannon Estuary, south to County Kerry & north up towards the Cliffs of Moher. Completing your circuit, you end your day in the seaside town of Kilkee. Overnight in Kilkee. 
Today’s Cycle Distance: 44km /27.5mi. 
Day 4: Kilkee to Lahinch - From Kilkee, your cycle takes you along the south-western shores of County Clare as you follow north through the seaside village called Spanish point which takes its name from the stories of Spanish Armada ships washing up on the coastline and many Spanish sailors who made it ashore lost their lives to the local chieftain. Overnight in Lahinch. 
Today’s Cycle Distance: 63km /39mi.
Day 5: Lahinch to Doolin - Continuing north from Milltown Malbay, you pass the famous Lahinch Golf Course before reaching the coast town of Liscannor – famous for its stone work. Continuing on to the Cliffs of Moher, we encourage you to stop here, lock your bicycles and enjoy a walk out to these impressive cliffs with wonderful views across to the Aran Islands. 
Today’s Cycle Distance:
 37km / 23mi.
Day 6: Rest day or Doolin Loop - This is your opportunity to take a rest day & we recommend you take this opportunity to visit one of the famous & beautiful Aran Islands.  If you are unable to make a 9-Day holiday, then we suggest you enjoy this loop in place of the Aran Islands.
Doolin Loop – As you cycle to the northern corner of County Clare this is one of the most spectacular regions in Ireland – known as “The Burren”.
Today’s Cycle Distance:
56km /34.5mi.
Day 7: Doolin to Ennis - Your final cycle will take you through the heart of County Clare, through farming communities giving you a great immersion into rural Ireland. You will meander through villages such as Corofin and other mystical sounding places on a network of backroads. Overnight in Ennis. 
Today’s Cycle Distance: 
49
km /30.5mi

Day 8: Departure - After a final breakfast and farewell you leave your cycle behind you and follow your own arrangements for your onward journey.

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Shannon Airport Private Transfer: Killarney to Shannon Airport

Shannon Airport Private Transfer: Killarney to Shannon Airport - Shannon, Ireland

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Shannon, Ireland

From USD
$350.44

Have you been visiting Ireland? Enjoyed your holidays in the Kingdom? Think about getting transferred from your hotel/accommodation to Shannon Airport to ensure your trip is hassle free!

Pre book your taxi transfer from Killarney to Shannon Airport.
The driver will pick you up from your hotel, help you with your luggage and drive you safely to the airport.
Please remember your flight time, and allow minimum 2,5 hours drive when you book your pick up time.

We suggest minimum travel calculations as follow:
minimum 2,5 hours drive + minimum 2 hours before depart (gate closing time) which is pick up time (minimum) 4,5 hours before your flight.

Simplify your travel and prebook a private transfer ... More info ›

Have you been visiting Ireland? Enjoyed your holidays in the Kingdom? Think about getting transferred from your hotel/accommodation to Shannon Airport to ensure your trip is hassle free!

Pre book your taxi transfer from Killarney to Shannon Airport.
The driver will pick you up from your hotel, help you with your luggage and drive you safely to the airport.
Please remember your flight time, and allow minimum 2,5 hours drive when you book your pick up time.

We suggest minimum travel calculations as follow:
minimum 2,5 hours drive + minimum 2 hours before depart (gate closing time) which is pick up time (minimum) 4,5 hours before your flight.

Simplify your travel and prebook a private transfer.

Just enter your pick up details, flight details, names and number of passengers and luggage.
Luggage size and type information is essential ( eg. cabin bag size, full size bag, golf bags, bike case, etc. )

We provide transport in air-conditioned, always clean and comfortable cars.


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Cliffs of Moher Cruise from Doolin

Cliffs of Moher Cruise from Doolin - Doolin, Ireland
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$17.52

To see the magnificent Cliffs of Moher from sea level is an unforgettable experience. A truly memorable trip whilst you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way ... More info ›

To see the magnificent Cliffs of Moher from sea level is an unforgettable experience. A truly memorable trip whilst you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way. You cannot say you have truly experienced the Wild Atlantic Way until you have been on the actual Atlantic Ocean, departing Doolin on one of our many 1 hour cruises underneath the Cliffs of Moher. Not only do you get to see Ireland’s most iconic natural attraction, you also will get a unique perspective of the amazing seabird colonies and a chance to be on board the boat used for filming part of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince at the actual location used in the movie.

There is so much for the senses to digest: the sheer size of these gigantic rock formations, the salty spray of the waves, the unique views of the iconic Cliffs of Moher, and not to forget the vast array of wildlife and the opportunity to see the famous Atlantic Puffins!

This stunning cruise is an unmissable part of your Wild Atlantic Way itinerary. Our boats position you with the best views of the Cliffs of Moher – you cannot but marvel at their scale when you are literally craning to admire them from sea level.

Leaving from Doolin's new pier, the boat travels south for about 20 minutes to reach the area where the cliffs rise to approx. 800ft or over 200m, close to the large sea stack, An Bhreannan Mor.

Here, the boat will cruise for another 20 minutes to allow passengers to take in the amazing sights of the thousands of seabirds nesting on the rock shelves, see the tiny ant-like people who are peering down at them from the top of the cliffs at the visitors centre, and marvel at the beautiful rock formations, which are the result of the relentless pounding of the Atlantic waves. Audio commentary provides interesting facts about the geology, legends and wildlife found at the cliffs.

Another 20 minutes later, the boat returns to Doolin pier, leaving its passengers back on land laden down with amazing memories of an unforgettable experience.

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Round-trip boat transfer to Inis Oirr in the Aran Islands from Doolin

Round-trip boat transfer to Inis Oirr in the Aran Islands from Doolin - Doolin, Ireland
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Doolin, Ireland

From USD
$23.36

Sail to the Aran Islands from Doolin for an unforgettable experience along Ireland's breath-taking west coast, the Wild Atlantic Way. This 30-minute boat trip goes to the nearest island, Inis Oirr ... More info ›

Sail to the Aran Islands from Doolin for an unforgettable experience along Ireland's breath-taking west coast, the Wild Atlantic Way. This 30-minute boat trip goes to the nearest island, Inis Oirr. Discover its starkly beautiful landscape and many rich heritage sites including a stone age fort, shipwreck, tiny ancient churches and a lighthouse. Take a guided tour, rent a bicycle or (literally) take a hike and go exploring. Chat with the friendly islanders and enjoy a fresh, seafood lunch and pint of Guinness in one of the three island pubs. Watch out for the resident dolphin in the harbor!

With several departure and return times, a visit to Inis Oirr can be tailored to suit your travel plans, ranging from a 2-hour to a 6-hour stay.

Day trips depart from Doolin for Inis Oirr, (the closest of the Aran Islands) 3 times every day, March to October, at 10am, 11am and 1pm.

From the moment you step aboard the gangway, you are treated to a feast of maritime activity,including dolphins following our wake! There is an air of anticipation as the ship sails ever closer to the island.

Inis Oírr is just 30 minutes away, and reassuringly visible from Doolin pier. The voyage to the island pier passes some of its famous landmarks en route – the iconic Plassy shipwreck, O’Brien’s Castle and the Dun Formna stoneage fort on the hill, the white sandy beach with its crystal turquoise waters and possibly the most beautifully located graveyard in Ireland.

Coming down the gangway is almost like stepping back in time, where it is easy to picture life in times gone by. On this island, you can (for example) you can isit an authentic cottage, where you can learn about the traditions, customs and clothing of the Aran Islands.
Take a guided tour on a pony and trap, and enjoy the sensation of being transported at a leisurely pace along tiny roads, surrounded by an impossible vista of stone walls stretching in every direction.
Rent a bicycle and explore the nooks and crannies in your own time.
Let the children play in the fantastic adventure playground built on the sand.
Feast on a lunch of the freshest seafood in one of the island's charming pubs.
Choose to return at 2pm or 4:45pm, arriving back to Doolin pier with a treasure trove of memories of an unforgettable day.

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