County Cork covers much of Ireland’s southwest. Its capital, Cork, is known for St. Fin Barre’s Cathedral, a neo-Gothic structure with tall spires and stained-glass windows. Across the River Lee is the castle-like Cork City Gaol, built in the 19th century. Northwest of Cork is the 15th-century Blarney Castle, home to the Blarney Stone, which is said to give the “gift of the gab”, or eloquence, to those who kiss it.
Thanks, Atlantic Way Touring & our driver David for the holiday experience in Ireland. We have had a fantastic tour which has met all our expectations of this fabulous country.
Highly experienced staff led to excellent tour and travel choices which resulted in a holiday of a lifetime.
Good tour for a short time period, we felt like we saw and did a lot in the week we had.
Ronan our guide was fantastic. Very smoothly run tour. So glad we completed this trip and saw the Wild Atlantic Way. Highly highly recommend.
Paul & Shelly
We have no hesitation at all in thoroughly recommending Atlantic Way Touring for any travel arrangements in Clare based on our very happy experience.
Orlana & Gerry
You guys are so helpful and efficient that I felt so relaxed that everything would go ok and you know what it went fabulous. Many thanks again Diane.
Very Well organised tour with all details taken care of. We had a comfortable, relaxing and wonderful holiday and were able to see the country in depth. Thanks James, for making our trip so memorable and enjoyable