Connemara Day Tour
- Explore Connemara National Park
- Experience a Killary Harbour Boat Cruise (in the summer months) and Killary Sheep Farm (in the winter months
- Enjoy a photo stop at Kylemore Abbey
- Visit Inagh Valley and the bohemian Galway City
Connemara comes from an early tribe known as Conmacne Mara loosely translated as “ tribe of the sea”. It is a place of spectacular beauty. You'll be so far west that even the sheep have right-of-way on the roads. Connemara is a place with no borders, you’ll just know you’ve arrived!
Built in 1867 as a private home by Mitchell Henry as a gift to his wife, Kylemore Abbey is regarded as one of the most romantic places in Ireland. It was later bought by Lord and Lady Manchester but today is run by Benedictine Nuns. The castle is nestled in the mountains on the edge of a lake which makes for a wonderful photo stop.
Killary Fjord Boat Cruise:
(April - Oct) During the summer season enjoy a cruise along Killary Fjord. On this 1.30-hour boat trip you will see Connemara’s landscape from a different perspective. One of the deepest water inlets, it was used as a hiding place for U-Boats during the war.
On your return to Dublin we will stop at one of Ireland’s best-loved cities. Galway is young and bohemian attracting the weird and the wonderful from the four corners of Ireland and beyond. The streets are bustling with street performers and musicians which will keep you entertained during your time there.
- Air-conditioned coach
- Fully guided tour
- Boat ride or entry to Killary Sheep Farm
- Optional Activities
- Child (5-12)
- Free for children under 5
Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Departure: Molly Malone statue, situated in front of the Old Stone Church on Suffolk Street at 6.30am. You are advised to arrive ten minutes early. Returns: Suffolk Street at approximately 7pm.
- Schedules are seasonal: During the summer months (April-October) this tour offers a 1.5-hour boat cruise along Killary Fjord
- During the winter months (November-March) we offer a unique sheep dog and turf-cutting experience on a traditional working mountain farm
- Departure: 6.30am Suffolk Street
- Returns to Dublin at 7.00pm
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