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On Ireland tours that take you to the North Coast you will stop above Whitepark Bay and see the little village of Portbradden. Whitepark Bay is a must , must see attraction. From Portbradden the coast path leads round a headland , through a spectacular hole...

Inisheer (Inis Oirr, "East Island") , at just under two miles across , is the smallest of the Aran Islands. Its well worth seeing on any Ireland tours as it is a bit of a hidden gem. It doesn't have the archaeological wealth of Inishmore ,...

Well today we undertook a wonderful private tour of the North Coast for clients docked in Belfast on the "Crown Princess"...

This year more than any other we are receiving a lot of enquiries about Ireland tours for the months of October and November. This actually makes sense as the weather can be as kind as in the summer , but the wild seas and coast make...

Inniskeen (Inis Caoin, "pleasant river-meadow") , east of Carrickmacross , is the birthplace of Patrick Kavanagh the Irish poet. There's a small plaque bearing some of his verse in the village , and the house he lived in is well signposted - but you cannot go...

The short stretch of coast from Helen's Bay to Grey Point , including the fort , is actually part of the Crawfordsburn Country Park , an estate handed down from the Scottish Presbyterian Crawford family, then acquired by Lord Dufferin (whose mother Helen gave her...

If you are on a tour of the Giants Causeway our extended Belfast tours will take you along the magnificent coast road and through Ballycarry. Its a little hidden gem on the North Coast. Ballycarry (baile Cora, "townland of the causeway") is the site of the...

The 24 mile circuit of Lough Gill , a broad lake just east of Sligo with luscious woodland covering the small hills that rise off its indented banks , makes a great day-trip by bike from Sligo - or you could break the journey midway...

An Clochan Liath is the name you will see on signposts as you approach Dungloe , on any tours of Ireland , as it is a bit of a hidden gem. The name refers to the grey-coloured stepping stones that were once used to cross the river...