Galway to Dingle
Cliffs of Moher
The UNESCO world heritage sites has long been a bucket list priority for any traveller but the spectacular views stunning dramatic sights can only be viewed in person.
Burren National Park
This ancient landscape often overlooked with such neighbours as the Cliffs of Moher, but no less beautiful in its own right. From Corkscrew hill to famine roads this is truly an Irish landscape
Ferry across the Shannon
The River Shannon being the longest in Ireland requires a multitude of crossings, but none has managed to span between Kerry & Clare, so here you will enjoy the open ferry across the Shannon!
The Burren is quite famous for its artisan foods. On of my favourites is Burren Gold Cheese. An award winning cheese which must be sampled to decide which you want to bring home as from Ireland you can bring foods abroad without worry!
On the Kerry side of the Shannon river you will be treated to the Connor pass. A narrow road only open to small vehicles, you will have the most amazing panoramic views!
Lahinch Golf Club
Any golfers will be delighted with the opportunity of seeing this world class championship course. Even if you are not a golfer the chance to pick up a souvenir golf ball for someone who is will be welcome!