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THE EMERALD ISLE
Come and join us on our all new 4* Luxury Ireland Tour and explore for yourself the Emerald Isle in all it's stunning glory whilst spending each night in Luxurious Accommodation.
Leaving TBC 2023 from Holyhead - Prices Start at £1295 pp
7 Days of Outstanding touring taking in the Wild Atlantic Way and much more.
The Emerald Isles finest biking roads.
Day 1: Meeting around the Holyhead Ferry Port in Wales we embark the Ferry and make our way straight to Dublin via the short crossing. This allows us time to go through a few of the finer tour details whilst we cross. After disembarkation we begin to set our path out of Dublin and South straight into the Wicklow Mountains National Park to enjoy some ideal biking roads whilst heading towards the Waterford area where we will spend the night in some plush accommodation.
Day 2: We continue to make our way South through Ireland, and explore yet more fantastic biking roads along the estuaries of the South Coast. We utilise the Glenbrook Ferry today, a small ferry crossing over the river Lee, the cost of this Ferry is minimal at last checking of just £4 and takes just 5 mins to complete the crossing. After the Ferry we continue to the small town of Kinsale, well known for its very bright buildings and the start of the Wild Atlantic Way. Amongst other things we also pick up the Druids Altar, a stone circle actually names Drombeg Stone Circle, it is one of the most visited megalithic sites in Ireland and is protected under the National Monuments Act. .This evening we will be stopping overnight around the Bantry area in Southern Ireland.
Day 3: We start with yet another hearty Breakfast then leave heading North through the Wild Atlantic Way we really begin to see what Ireland has to offer that sets it apart from the rest of the world. We take on the famous Healy Pass. Healy Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 334m (1,095ft) above the sea level located in the Beara peninsula, in the Caha mountain range, in south west Ireland. After getting our breath back from this invigorating route we continue on to traverse The Ring of Kerry and also take in the sights of Black Valley. If time permits and people want to do so we can also visit the most Westerly point of Ireland at Dunmore Head, it's beach famous for its part in the film "Ryans Daughter" because of its sheer Beauty. Tonight we will be staying nearby in the town of Dingle area where we can relax and relive the days riding experiences with one another.
Day 4: After a great sleep in a fantastic location we continue to explore through the countryside in Ireland on the Wild Atlantic Way. You will now likley be beginning to wonder why you haven't explored the Emerald Isle sooner. We cross the mighty Shannon by Ferry and head to the high sea cliffs of Moher before taking a small diversion from the Wild Atlantic Way route to slip through Burren National Park passing one of the most recognised houses in Ireland. We continue to the town of Galway where we will overnight ready for another exciting adventure on day 5..
Day 5: Heading off refreshed and revitalised from yesterday’s serene viewings we continue to make our northbound journey toward County Mayo. We journey passed the Connemara Giant before detouring off the Wild Atlantic Way onto a small road that takes us passed Lough Inagh before rejoining the main route again. We pass along Clew Bay with its many islands and alongside the Seven Arches Viaduct before stopping around the Ballina area where we say farewell to the Wild Atlantic Way before heading East on Day 6.
Day 6: We begin to make our way East crossing through the countryside, passing through the town of Boyle which is at the foot of the Curlew Mountains. We are heading for Dublin whilst keeping off the motorways to allow us some scenic viewpoints along the way but also to arrive in Dublin in good time to perhaps take a visit to the Guinness Storehouse or perhaps Dublin Castle. Not interested in either of these? How about a walk through Phoenix Park or visit EPIC - The Irish Emigration Museum. Theres Kilmainham Gaol too, Europes Largest unoccupied prison that holds countless tales of its thick stone walls. There is plenty to see and do here.
Day 7: The morning to relax, with a late checkout and a late ferry you have time to either finish doing some touristy things in Dublin or just relax and have a long lay in after perhaps a couple too many in the famous Temple Bar Area of Dublin. With just a short ride to the Ferry Port you can really take things in your stride. Hopping back on the Ferry for the 3 hour crossing back to Holyhead we will have time to say our farewells and after we arrive in Holyhead at approx 18:00 we leave it you to begin to make our own separate ways homeward to relive the tales of the week with friends and family who will want to hear all about it.
Worth spending a few hours around the city and indulging in the true Irish way of life Dublin is just outstanding.
Wild Atlantic Way
With a beautiful setting what's not to love about this area of Ireland?
The town of Doolin on the West Coast of Ireland is known as the traditional music capital of Ireland
Much like Scotland its true that for rugged natural views the West is best
No trip would be complete without sampling some of Irelands finest...Where better to do so than at the factory itself?
This is a must tour for any motorcyclists. The experience was awesome and haggis tours handled everything from start to finish with expert hands...
Sarah M - England
Fully Guided or Lead Yourself
7 Days of Eye Popping views
GPS Routes Supplied
Access to all Photos taken
Fantastic Farewell Meal
Lunch & Dinner
Entrance Fees to Attractions
Tolls & Vignettes
Travel & Breakdown Insurance
Any parking charges
SINGLE RIDER SHARED ROOM
SINGLE RIDER SINGLE ROOM
RIDER & PILLION SHARED ROOM
We require a deposit of £250 at the Time of Booking and the rest no later than 6 weeks before Tour Date...We can arrange payment plans.
"...We never do the same holiday twice, but we will definitely be returning customers xxx"
Alison E - UK