Explore the beautiful counties of Cork and Kerry, featuring stunning landscapes that run down to the sea in the south west corner of Ireland. This area is renowned for its spectacularly dramatic scenery, top class cuisine and it is steeped in history..
Experience Cork city and enjoy visits to the must-see attractions in this vibrant city. The Old English Market is a definite must see, and if top notch food is your thing, then the Gourmet Food Tour of Cork is worth considering too!.
Just a short drive away is the beautiful coastal town of Kinsale. Originally a medieval fishing port, historic Kinsale (from the Irish, Ceann tSaile – ‘Head of the Sea’) is one of the most picturesque, popular and historic towns on the south west coast of Ireland. Visitors to Kinsale are captivated by its beautiful setting; its long waterfront, yacht-filled harbour, narrow winding streets and brightly painted galleries, shops and houses.
East of Cork is a historically important region of Ireland and it has some great adventures in history and whiskey tasting. The heritage town of Cobh erdefines charming with its rows of candy-colored homes along the water and towering cathedral standing sentry over the harbor. It was the last port of call for the RMS Titanic and tells the story of emigration from Ireland to America and Australia in the 19th century.
For whiskey-lovers, the Old Midleton Distillery is where the wonderful Jameson and Redbreast whiskies are produced. It’s hard not to stop … especially when you have your own driver!
Heading west from Cork towards Killarney, the West Cork coastal drive shows you the spectacular coastline that runs along the Wild Atlantic Way, a truly unforgettable experience.
Killarney offers the most stunning scenery with beautiful lakes surrounded by stunning mountains, national park and historic estates. Its bustling nightlife is ripe for discovery!
From here, experience the famed Gap of Dunloe by foot, jaunting cart or bike with a picnic along the way.
For Star Wars fans, you are sure to feel the force as you gaze out towards Skellig Michael…so much so you might have to visit!