Take in the history and dramatic coastal cliffs of the “Wild Atlantic Way,” visiting Limerick and The Burren.
Fondly known as the land of legends, Ireland’s romantic beauty lends itself to an entirely unique European eco-tour. Though the island is small, the diverse landscapes and regional cultures give visitors the sense that Ireland is something much bigger. The idyllic cliffs of the west give way to lush green fields dotted with walls and castles that have marked this land since the middle ages. Roads twist their way around the undulating landscape sometimes touching the blue Atlantic.
Though their customs and traditions may be deeply rooted in history, Ireland’s friendly people are ever expanding into the modern age. An ideal family getaway, welcoming smiles greet travelers all over the island, from the bustling streets of Dublin, to the villages of Dingle and the historic pubs of Galway, an enthusiastic handshake and a cold pint will undoubtedly welcome every guest.
This route features dramatic stretches of coast, marked with cliff-edge villages and historical sites.
Journey back to medieval times through castles, fortresses, friaries along Ireland’s Atlantic coast.