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Ireland


Journey Highlights

  • Clonmacnoise Monastery
  • Bunratty Castle
  • Rock Cashel
  • Christchurch Cathedral
  • Galway
  • Connemara County
  • Abbey of Kylemore
  • Moher Cliffs
  • Kerry Ring
  • Blarney Castle
  • Cork
  • Dublin
Magic Ireland

Magic Ireland

Ireland is made up of many regions to discover, all very rich in tourist sites and activities. All those who have had the opportunity to visit Ireland know it: the Irish naturally cultivate the pleasure of hospitality. With the rapid enrichment of recent decades, mentalities have changed a little. Fortunately, the heart of Ireland still beats. It is not by traveling from city to city that you will discover it: it will be necessary to traverse the corners of the island, to visit the hidden villages and the wild peninsulas, to find, at the turn of a Gaeltacht (zone where one speaks the Gaelic language), the true human warmth of the green Erin. In other words, go green class!

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Journey Highlights

  • Muckross Gardens
  • Blasket Islands
  • Benedictine abbey of Kylemore
  • Galway Bay Brewery
  • Dun Aengus Fort
  • Poulnabrone dolmen
  • Medieval city center of Donegal
  • Rock of Cashel
  • Kilkenny’s Black Abbey
  • Butler House
  • Garinish Island
  • "Circle of Druids" cromlech
  • Ring of Kerry
  • Ladies View and Molls Gap
  • Dingle Peninsula

and much more

Conquest of the West

Conquest of the West

Once we know that the sad climate is an integral part of the Irish landscape, there is no reason not to visit the Celtic tiger. Indeed, Ireland is a land of conviviality, human, and attractive. Everything is done to warmly welcome you. Whether for a trip to discover the natural charms of the island, or a trip to explore the cities, you will always find yourself in a pub listening to traditional Irish music around a good pint of beer, or a good local specialty. Ireland is exciting, modern, and every corner is different from the other. The many coves, islands and peninsulas that encircle the country will leave you with as many choices to explore as you wish.

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Journey Highlights

  • Dublin National Museum
  • Hill of Tara
  • Navan Fort in Armagh
  • Titanic Museum
  • Bushmills Distillery in Belfast
  • Giant`s Causeways
  • Dunluce Castle
  • Grianan of Aileache Fort
  • O`Dowd`s Castle
  • Lough Gill
  • Cruachan ai Visitor Center
  • Carrowkeel Megalithic Cemetery
  • Bushmills Distillery Whiskey tasting
  • Dublin’s traditional dinner party
Legends of the Celts

Legends of the Celts

Immerse yourself in incredible stories on a mythical journey across the island of Ireland, from giant fights to little bearded beings! Ireland is a land of stories, adventures, heroes and battles. Its myths go back thousands of years back to the time of the Celts. Yet, we still hear their murmur through the forests add a dimension of mystery to some of the most beautiful landscapes of the island. Deeply rooted in the territory, these stories are filled with epic characters that ignite the imagination. Halloween originates from the ancient Samhain festival celebrated by the Celts in Ireland. In Samhain, the barrier between our world and the afterlife was the finest, which allowed the spirits to cross. Let yourself be surprised by the ancient Lia Fáil, the stone of Ireland's fate, on Tara Hill in County Meath. She would have been brought back from the Other World by the Tuatha Dé Danann, a race of gods ... The legend tells that the stone begins to cry when a high legitimate king of Ireland touches it. Then, take a leap on the incredible Giant's Causeway, born of the spectacular confrontation between Fionn Mac Cumhaill (Finn McCool) and the Scottish giant Benandonner.

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Journey Highlights

  • Dublin National Museum
  • Tully Stud Farm
  • Rock of Cashel
  • Limerick Saint John’s Cathedral
  • Treaty Stone on Thomond bridge
  • Moycullen marble works
  • Ardrahan’s Rathbaun farm
  • Muckross Gardens
  • House of Waterford Crystal
  • Enniscorthy Norman settlement
  • Avoca weaving mill
  • Glendalough medieval monastic settlement
  • Blarney Castle & Kissing Stone
  • Wicklow Mountains National Park
  • Bushmills Distillery Whiskey tasting
  • Dublin’s traditional dinner party
Classic Ireland

Classic Ireland

How come? Still hesitating to visit Ireland? It’s time to discover this wonderful country of Ireland. And I promise you that after a first stay, you will only want one thing: To go back! When we visit Ireland, we see traces of its history everywhere. It is heard in pubs, in traditional Irish songs that evoke the painful episodes of Irish history or historical figures. The dolmens, stone circles or mounds are the ancient vestiges of the first populations to have occupied Ireland. The big Irish cities were almost all founded by the Vikings. The ruined abbeys in the Irish countryside are the legacy of the distant epoch when Ireland intellectually reigned over Europe. Let's add the many pubs and restaurants bearing the names of heroes (real and legendary) of Irish history, historical circuits in the footsteps of a rebellion or a historical figure, historic parks, museums dedicated to a historic battle, to a character from the History of Ireland, etc. Ireland has a rich history that she knows perfectly well. What to make the happiness of the lovers of History!

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Journey Highlights

  • Dublin National Museum
  • Monasterboice monastery
  • Titanic museum
  • Giant's Causeway
  • Glenveagh National Park
  • Castle Gardens
  • Achill Island
  • Benedictine abbey of Kylemore
  • Cliffs of Moher
  • King John's Castle in Limerick
  • Kerr King John's Castle
  • Ring of Kerry
  • Muckross Gardens
  • Wicklow monastic Glendalough
  • Glens of Antrim coastal road
  • Landscapes of the Burren
  • Killarney National Park
The Two Irelands

The Two Irelands

Many people associate Ireland in general only with Dublin, its numerous pubs and the large amount of beer that circulates there. This idea will limit your appreciation of the island. This itinerary includes a visit to Belfast, in Northern Ireland. The city certainly contains the most famous painted political murals in the world, nearly 2,000, that have been painted since 1970 and tend to represent a political point of view, to commemorate an event or person involved in the history of Northern Ireland, particularly during conflicts. The Causeway coast, in the northern part of the island, is a place full of rocky promontories, bays and small coves, usually shrouded in haze. The Giant's Causeway is the ex-libris of Northern Ireland and a must-see place. The Giants Causeway is unlike anything you can see in the world. Also unique in this tour are the landscapes of Letterkenny in the northern part of the island. And, then, there is the spectacular discovery of the Irish republic!

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