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Dingle Way walking holiday in Ireland

Dingle Way walking holiday in Ireland

Self guided walk on The Dingle Way
From £980 to £1,270 11 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be be booked at a time to suit you
Ireland holiday by train

Ireland holiday by train

Discover contrasts of Dublin, Galway and Belfast, car-free.
From £820 to £1,000 8 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Wild Atlantic Way holiday in Ireland

Wild Atlantic Way holiday in Ireland

8 or 12 day route along Ireland's stunningly beautiful coast
From US $2,850 8 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 19 May
Ireland holiday, small group

Ireland holiday, small group

Encounter folklore and fairy tales as you explore Ireland
From £1,655 to £1,785 8 days ex flights
Small group travel: 2019: 27 Apr, 11 May, 18 May, 25 May, 8 Jun, 15 Jun, 22 Jun, 6 Jul, 20 Jul, 3 Aug, 17 Aug, 31 Aug, 14 Sep, 28 Sep, 5 Oct
2020: 25 Apr, 9 May, 16 May, 23 May, 6 Jun, 13 Jun, 20 Jun, 4 Jul, 18 Jul, 1 Aug, 15 Aug, 29 Aug, 12 Sep, 26 Sep
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    Ireland holiday by train
    From
    £820
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? Traveling by bike on Inis Mór. No real plans on the island. We just biked around and stopped at anything we found interesting. Great relaxing day. Tips? Go to some of the local pubs, like Garavn's in Galway. Sit at the bar, and have a chat with some of the locals. Much of Ireland has rapidly changed in the lest 10- 15 years, and a great way to understand that is to hear how from the locals. Belfast has some of the best restaurants I've ever been to at such a reasonable... (more)Michael Worthley
    Dingle Way walking holiday in Ireland
    From
    £980
    excluding flights
    Memorable parts? Meeting the local farm workers as we walked through or passed their farms...what a lot of amazing characters. Tips? Be prepared to walk quite a distance before coming across somewhere that you could buy a drink or snack. Local benefits? Most definitely as all stays were in local B&Bs, farms or small pubs, and most meals were in these places. Overall rating? One of the best walking trips we have had...great views, changing daily, friendly and interesting... (more)Denise Kibby
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