- Explore the city of Dublin
- Taste delicious local smoked salmon
- Visit the beautiful Mount Usher and Killruddery Gardens
- Boat trip along the Cliffs of Moher
- Coach tour of the Dingle Peninsula
- Enjoy a tour of a micro-brewery
Ring of Kerry
St Patrick's Cathedral
Day 1 – Arrive at Camac Valley Tourist Caravan and Camping Park
Start your tour at Camac Valley, just outside of Ireland’s capital city. In the evening there will be a welcome meal at a nearby hotel, where you can meet your fellow members and tour hosts.
Day 2 – Explore Dublin
Start your day with a guided coach tour of Dublin to introduce you to this wonderful city. In the afternoon enjoy a guided walking tour admiring many of the city’s famous sites including O’Connell Bridge, Trinity College and St Patrick’s Cathedral.
Day 3 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Why not go back to Dublin to visit some more of the city sites at your own pace?
Day 4 – Nagles Camping and Caravan Park (Z04)
Head to Ireland’s west coast today and settle in at the campsite which has views over the Atlantic.
Day 5 – Experience the Cliffs of Moher
Today you will discover the magnificent Cliffs of Moher. Climb O'Brien's Tower for outstanding views of the Cliffs, the Aran Islands and Galway Bay, and explore the excellent Visitor Centre to fully immerse yourself in this beautiful area and understand its history. Complete your experience with a boat cruise to view these impressive rock formations from the sea.
Day 6 – Visit Burren Smokehouse
This excursion will take you to Burren Smokehouse, where you will experience a hands-on demonstration of the kiln and learn about their unique smoking process. This will be followed by a tasting of their award-winning smoked salmon! You will also have the opportunity to buy some of the produce, before enjoying a delicious lunch at the Burren Storehouse.
Day 7 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Day 8 – Glenross Caravan and Camping Park (Z06)
Travel south today and into County Kerry, known for its rugged coastline and stunning scenery. Settle into your pitch and spend the afternoon at your leisure.
Day 9 – Explore the Ring of Kerry
Relax and enjoy the scenery on this full day coach excursion to this beautiful part of Ireland. Experience the unspoilt countryside of the Ring of Kerry as you travel through this extraordinary landscape and discover the pretty villages of Glenbeigh and Sneem.
Day 10 – A tour of the Dingle Peninsula
This coach tour is an excellent way to admire the beautiful panoramic views of the Dingle Peninsula.
Your tour will take in the impressive spit of sand at Inch Beach all the way to Slea Head, the westernmost point on the Dingle Peninsula, where you can see right across to the Blasket Islands.
Day 11 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Day 12 – Blarney Caravan and Camping Park (Z05)
Your journey takes you east today towards Cork City. Arrive at the campsite and settle in to your pitch, just a short distance from Blarney village.
Day 13 – Visit Blarney Castle
Of course a visit to Blarney would not be complete without taking part in the ritual of kissing the Blarney Stone! Discover more of Blarney Castle, stroll through the beautiful gardens and grounds and take in the stunning views across the acres of parklands.
Day 14 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Day 15 – Discover to Cork and Cobh
Enjoy this coach excursion to Cork city, where will have a guided tour of the town, followed by free time to explore at your leisure. Afterwards you will visit the Queenstown Story in Cobh, the second largest natural harbour in world and the final port of call for the Titanic. Learn about the emigration story and the rich heritage of this significant town in Irish history.
Day 16 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Day 17 – River Valley Caravan and Camping Holiday Park (Z01)
Head towards Ireland’s east coast and the final campsite on the tour.
Day 18 – Visit Mount Usher Gardens and Killruddery House and Gardens
Today you will visit two splendid but different style gardens. Start your day at Mount Usher Gardens, one of Ireland’s greatest gardens and a world-renowned example of a Robinson style garden. In the afternoon, a guided tour will take you through the fascinating history of Killruddery House, one of the most successful Elizabethan-Revival mansions in Ireland. Wander amongst its beautiful gardens which are still set out in their original 17th Century design.
Day 19 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Day 20 – Excursion to Avoca Handweavers and Glendalough
Discover the history of the Avoca Handweavers and learn about one of the oldest existing manufacturers in Ireland. Enjoy a tour of the mill, which dates from 1723, and see the handweavers at work. In the afternoon head to Glendalough, home to one of the most important monastic sites in Ireland, and admire the breath-taking scenery of the Wicklow Gap and Sally Gap.
Day 21 – Enjoy the final day at your leisure
In the evening there will be a tour and tasting at the onsite micro-brewery, followed by a farewell meal at the bistro and a traditional Irish music session in Mickey Finn’s pub.
Day 22 – Depart campsite by midday
Please note this itinerary is subject to change and minimum numbers may apply.