Ballina / Killaloe
Spirit of Killaloe - Relax and cruise along the Shannon in the luxury 50 seater passenger boat.
Brian Boru’s Fort - Home of the last King of Ireland
St Flannans - Killaloe’s own 13th century Cathedral
River Walks - Take in the stunning scenery along the banks of the Shannon
Farmers Market - Held every Sunday from 11am to 3pm on the banks of the river Shannon.
King Johns Castle - Experience 800 years of history in the heart of Limerick’s medieval heritage precinct.
Hunt Museum - The Hunt Museum exhibits one of Ireland’s greatest private collections of art and antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century
Milk Market - While away a Saturday morning and visit Limerick’s only surviving market.
Rock of Cashel - Why not visit one of Ireland most visited heritage sites. The Rock of Cashel, with its well preserved ecclesiastical remains, is one of Ireland’s most spectacular landmarks.
Holy Cross Abbey - This is one of the most picturesque Christian monuments in Ireland, with a charming setting beside the banks of the River Suir and 12kms from the Rock of Cashel.
The Devil’s Bit - For those of you interested in walking or taking a scenic drive why not visit Devil’s Bit so named for the bite taken out of the mountain as the devil rode over Ireland.
Golf - If it’s golf that interests you Ireland has many world class golf courses that you may like to try.
Hanley Wool Mills - A uniquely Irish shopping experience
Cliffs of Moher - Visit on of Ireland’s most famous tourist attraction where the scenery will take your breath away.
Aillwee Caves - A stunning underworld experience where you can take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful caverns and delight in their majestic wonder.
The Burren - A truly spectacular area of Clare that is a must for all visiting Ireland.
Lahinch Seaworld - Spend a fun filled day at the Seaworld indoor complex overlooking the majestic Atlantic Ocean
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park - Visit one of Ireland’s top visitor attractions where you can see Ireland’s most complete and authentic medieval fortress and visit its ‘Living Village’ Bunratty Folk Park. Complete your visit here by staying for their delicious medieval banquet.