The Wild West Coast of Ireland is a region filled with traditional music, engaging local communities and rugged coastlines.
The majestic Cliffs of Moher, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, are one of Ireland's most spectacular sights. Located just north of Lahinch, the Cliffs rise from the Atlantic to heights of 214 m and stretch for 8 km along the coast. The Cliffs claim one of the most astonishing views in Ireland, and on a clear day the Aran Islands are visible in Galway Bay as well as are the valleys and hills of Connemara.
Explore the alien landscapes of The Burren; with flora that is native to only Ireland. We can arrange a forging walk before you enjoy lunch at a smokehouse or foodie hide away. The perfumery is also well worth a visit, described as the oldest working perfumery in Ireland, The Burren Perfumery makes perfumes, creams, balms and soaps using natural and organic ingredients. Everything is made on site, by hand, in small batches. We can also arrange private tours of the 80ft caves, with a cathedral-like dome and the (apparently) longest stalactite in northern hemisphere.
Enjoy a private experience on a chartered yacht on a tranquil Irish Lough, sail past quaint villages, then on to a private island with its very own 16th century castle. Having explored the privately owned castle, enjoy a collection of 16th century food and drink, which would have been served at the time. Or depart to a famous architect's home where you will enjoy a tour of their art collection and a fresh seafood lunch. Add a watercolour class or traditional musician to make for the perfect exclusive day trip.
The city of Limerick is a delightful mix of medieval, Georgian and modern buildings that sit together to give Limerick a dynamic and unique feel whilst still maintaining a strong sense of its turbulent history. Key attractions to see are King John's Castle, which is located in the heart of the city's medieval district and the beautiful Hunt Museum which displays a large collection of art and antiques in the Georgian Custom House, as well as the weekend farmer's markets. For the book lovers out there, trace Frank McCourt's footsteps to the see various locations from his bestselling novel Angela's Ashes .