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Cork Sightseeing

Cork Sightseeing

Blarney and Cobh Tour from Cork

The Blarney and Cobh tour from Cork visits the two most famous towns in county Cork. The tour starts with a scenic drive to Blarney Castle, to visit the famous medieval and of course to kiss the Blarney Stone and get the gift of the gab. There are paths touring the extensive gardens with various attractions such as the Druid’s Circle, Witch’s Cave and the Wishing Steps. Blarney House, also open to the public, is a Scottish baronial-style mansion that was built on the grounds in 1874

The second stop is on Great island in Cork harbour and the town of Cobh, which is infamous as a point of departure for millions of Irish emigrants fleeing Ireland during the Great Famine and afterwards. Cobh was also the last stop of the Titanic before it’s tragic voyage, you can visit the Titanic Experience, an exhibition in the original White Star line building.

– Blarney Castle and grounds
– The Titanic Experience exhibition in the original White Star line building in Cobh
– Optional visit to Fota Wildlife Park
– Optional visit to the Jameson Experience Midleton for Whisky tour & tasting


Adult: 32 €

Cliffs of Moher Tour from Cork

Cliffs of Moher Tour from Cork stops in Limerick City on the banks of the mighty Shannon river to view St. John’s Castle 13th century castle. The tour continues through County Clare to the renowned Cliffs of Moher. This hour and a half stop includes all admissions and access to the Atlantic Edge exhibition.

The tour continues to Doolin village for lunch, famous for it’s tradition Irish music and Atlantic Ocean surfing.The Cliffs of Moher Tour from Cork continues on to explore the rocky Burren Region, known worldwide for it’s unique and unusual flora, including 31 varieties of orchids.The next stop is the imposing 15th century Bunratty Castle before driving back through the rolling pastureland of the Golden vale home to Cork City.

– Limerick City, the capital of the mid-west region
– The Majestic Cliffs of Moher
– Doolin Village
– The Burren, beautiful limestone lunar region of Clare
– Imposing Bunratty Castle
– The Golden Vale


Adult: 35 €

Dingle Tour from Cork

The Dingle Tour from Cork takes you over the Cork & Kerry Mountains and into Killarney before you start on your magical journey to the most famous town in Ireland, Dingle.

A stop on Inch beach, an unrivalled naturally beautiful sandy expanse known from the movie Ryan’s Daughter among others. The Slea-Head drive will relax you as you travel an unequaled coastline on Europe’s most westerly drive. With the Blasket islands and the Sleeping Giant rising in the distance.

Arrive in Dingle town, ever popular with locals and tourists alike will welcome you with it’s quaint houses, charming harbour and of course it’s famous resident dolphin, Fungi. But don’t worry if you can’t get out to the bay he has been cast in bronze by the seaside

– Stop in Killarney before you start your tour to Dingle
– Includes local surfing spot and movie location Inch Beach
– The inspiring Slea-Head drive, the most westerly in Europe
– The quaint town of Dingle
– Dingle is part of the Kerry Gaeltacht (Irish language speaking region)


Adult: 35 €

Kilkenny and Cashel Tour from Cork

The Kilkenny and Cashel Tour from Cork visits two of Ireland’s most famed attractions. The Rock of Cashel is renowned as a religious site dating back to the introduction of Christianity to Ireland and Kilkenny is a medieval city steeped in history.

The Rock has a wonderful mythical history with legends of St. Patrick and important celtic architecture interlinked to give Cashel a special place in Ireland’s lore. This is especially strong in Munster, as Cashel was the tradition seat of the high king.

Kilkenny city thrills with it’s imposing castle, winding streets, famous brewery and views from the 30 metre Round Tower at St. Canice’s Cathedral. The tour returns to Cork by Ireland’s southern coast with view’s of the Celtic sea, giving you a great end to your tour


Adult: 35 €

Kinsale and West Cork Tour from Cork

This Tour is the perfect way to get the feel for West Cork. The Tour takes in Charles fort, the finest example of a Star Fort in Ireland. This fortification, based on Michalangelo’s ingenuity, was in use from the 1670’s until the 1920’s after which is fell into disrepair.

The next stop is fashionable Kinsale, a popular spot with tourists and locals it offers a wonderful harbour, pretty vistas and wide selection of restaurants.

The tour hugs the coast on the Wild Altantic way as it continues on to Timoleague Abbey with a quick stop on Garretstown beach for a smell of the sea air. The 13th Century Abbey is steeped in history from it’s founded by Franciscan monks to it’s eventual sacking and burning by English troops in 1642. Afterwards, we return home to Cork City

– The Kinsale and West Cork Tour from Cork includes a 1 hour stop and admission to Charles Fort
– The picturesque town of Kinsale with time for lunch, a 2 hour stop
– A 1 hour visit to the 13th century Timoleague Abbey
– Coastal drive along part of the famous Wild Atlantic Way
– A visit to Garretstown beach


Adult: 30 €

Ring of Kerry Tour from Cork

The Ring of Kerry Tour from Cork takes you to one of the most popular tourist destinations in southwestern Ireland. The scenic landscapes, pretty villages and ancient monuments have attracted visitors for hundreds of years, with many visitors returning for a second or third visit.

The neolithic Stone Forts, Standing Stones and the landscape are a gift left by the last Ice Age 10,000 years ago. They make the Ring of Kerry, also known as the Iveragh Peninsula, an amazing window into the past.

The Ring of Kerry Tour includes Killorglin. The home of the ancient Celtic festival, The Puck Fair, which Dating back to 1613. It’s highlight-a goat being crowned king of the village. stops at Killarney National park and views of the Lakes of Killarney and Black Valley are also included

– Killorglin village and it’s king
– views of Dingle bay across the water/li>
– Waterville villlage overlooking Ballinskelligs bay
– Sneem, a colourful village with 2 squares
– Killarney National park, with stops at Molls Gap and Ladies View (Leprechaun Crossing)
– A stop in killarney for food and drink


Adult: 35 €

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