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Waterville is the halfway  point in the Ring of Kerry and you may visit on Ireland tours. It is  set in rich , flat farmland encircled by mountains , overlooking the curved sandy beach of Ballinskelligs Bay . The hamlet has a reputation as one of the...

The largest town on the Ring of Kerry , the scenic circuit of the Iveragh Peninsula , with some spectacular stages on the road to Glenbeigh Glencar. You will probably visit on Ireland tours as the Ring of Kerry is a must see attraction...

Skibbereen is the centre of the South-West Cork peninsula or Carbery Coast and worth a look on any tours of Ireland. Its definitely a bit of a hidden gem. In this region , the ravine around Leap (North of Glandore) and the coast road from Ross...

The principle town of the Inishowen Peninsula , Buncrana is a straightforward seaside resort. It faces West across Lough Swilly with an extensive beach to the South (backed by hills). Worth a visit on Ireland tours. The peninsula has a scenic drive round the coast that...

The village , which is a starting point for a tour of the Vale of Avoca , is a pretty place tucked into one side of a hill , over-looking the river. It is a true hidden gem on any Ireland tours. The vale is a...

Letterkenny is the largest town in Donegal by some way. Though not a normal tourist target on Ireland tours , it does have some hidden gems to offer. Although it sits at the mouth of Lough Swilly , there's no water in sight , and the...

Hi Maurice, I am sharing the email below from Heather Connelly, as I know only too well how nice it is to receive kudos for our hard work and diligence in arranging travel for our clients so they will have a wonderful, stress fee trip and...

If you visit Kilkenny on your tours of Ireland you cannot miss the castle. Its an imposing building standing high and square over the river that really defines Kilkenny. Dating originally from the 12th century ,  it was much added to in the 17th century and 19th...

Donegal and the Inishowen Peninsula would be  recommended areas to visit on any Ireland tours. On the peninsula is an ancient fort known as Grianan Ailigh , whose origins date from 1700 BC !!! It is thought to be linked to "pre Celtic" invaders called Tuatha De...