Our 7-night Best of the Wild Atlantic Way coach tour takes you to the most iconic landmarks of the West of Ireland, following the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way.
On this tour, you will discover the wild beauty of Ireland’s rugged coastline, visiting quaint seaside villages and lively towns, discovering the area’s rich heritage and history; as well as experiencing first hand Ireland’s world-famous hospitality. The Best of the Wild Atlantic Way coach tour starts in Cork city and takes the group to County Kerry, then north to Clare home to the Cliffs of Moher, Galway city and County Mayo before reaching Yeats Country and Sligo town. The tour will then finish in Ireland’s lively capital: Dublin city.
Our expert guides will enchant you with the myths, legends, history and and culture of this scenic coastal route. Our Best of the Wild Atlantic Way coach tour includes at least two site tours per day, stopping at areas of outstanding beauty and historic monuments for short tours and photo stops.
*Our Wild Atlantic Way coach tour is available to groups of 10 people minimum.
Be amazed by the wild coastal beauty of The Ring of Kerry
Admire Kylemore Abbey and its walled gardens
Sample the best seafood along the Wild Atlantic Way towns and villages
Enjoy dramatic ocean views from the Cliffs of Moher
Hotels for the Best of the Wild Atlantic Way coach tour have been carefully selected for their location, comfort, character, food, and friendliness of the staff. Accommodation displayed is subject to availability and if the hotel described is not available, we will provide you with one of the same standard of comfort and price.
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Flying IN and OUT
Cork Airport is the closest airport, there are regular flights into and out of Cork Airport from most major airports in Europe.
Dublin Airport is further away, but has the highest number of flights landing from most European and international locations.
Shannon Airport may be preferable to visitors travelling form the United States
TO and FROM the Airports
TO CORK CITY
Getting to Cork City from Cork Airport:
Cork Airport to Cork City | Bus Éireann No.226/A | Travel time 0H35, outside the main terminal leaving every hour | Fare €6 each way.
Getting to Cork City from Dublin Airport:
Step 1: Dublin Airport to Cork City | Aircoach | Travel time 3H30, leaving every hour | Fare €17 each way.
Getting to Cork from Dublin Airport via Dublin City Centre:
Step 1: Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre | Aircoach | Travel time 0H30, leaving every 15-30min | Fare €6 approx. one way.
Step 1: Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre | Dublin Bus – Bus No.747 | Travel time 0H40, leaving every 15min | Fare €6 one way. (NOTE: This bus also stops at Heuston Train Station).
Step 2: Once on O’Connell Street it is a short walk, tram (Luas) or taxi ride to Heuston Train Station (Irish Rail), or D’Olier St. (Aircoach).
Step 3: Dublin City Centre (Heuston Train Station) to Cork City | Irish Rail | Travel time 2H30, leaving every hour | Fare €14-€35 each way.
Step 3: Dublin City Centre (D’Olier St.) to Cork City | Aircoach | Travel time 3H00, leaving every hour | Fare €10 one way.
Getting to Cork City from Shannon Airport:
Shannon Airport to Cork City | Bus Éireann No.51 | Travel time 2H30, leaving every 2 hours | Fare €25 each way.
Bus Eireann – Intercity Bus.
Irish Rail – Intercity Trains.
Aircoach – Airport transfer
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