Est. 1985

A Taste of Galway

  • Galway City ©Photograph Chris Hill, Tourism Ireland

    Galway City ©Photograph Chris Hill, Tourism Ireland
  • Cliffs of Moher ©Tourism Ireland, Chris Hill

    Cliffs of Moher ©Tourism Ireland, Chris Hill
  • Galway City © Chris Hill 2010 - Tourism Ireland

    Galway City © Chris Hill 2010 - Tourism Ireland

Galway, a harbour city on Ireland’s west coast, sits where the River Corrib meets the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s hub is 18th-century Eyre Square, a popular meeting spot surrounded by shops and traditional pubs that often offer live Irish folk music. Nearby, stone-clad cafes, boutiques and art galleries line the winding lanes of the Latin Quarter, which retains portions of the medieval city walls. From Galway, you can visit the famous ‘Cliffs of Moher’ where you can see stunning views across the ocean. A perfect getaway, rich in Irish culture and atmosphere, Galway makes the perfect holiday choice for couples and groups alike…

Why not come in September for the World renowned Oyster Festival? (Last weekend in September each year).

Day 1


Arrive in Dublin airport where your driver will be waiting to transfer you to Galway. Take a panoramic tour of the city before checking in to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure to rest and relax. Why not enjoy a pint in a traditional Irish pub?

Day 2

Exploring Galway

Today you will have a private tour with a driver guide around Galway. You will see sights such as the Galway Cathedral, The University, Salmon Weir Bridge, Salthill, The Claddagh, Galway Bay and Spanish arch. You will stop to have a walking tour around Galway Latin Quarter and have some free time here for lunch, shopping and relaxing. In the evening, return to Galway Bay for dinner where the seafood is incredible. Try the local Oysters served fresh from the Atlantic Ocean.

Day 3

Arran Island and Cliffs of Moher

After breakfast, you will embark on a full day tour of Arran Island and the Cliffs of Moher. Drive south along the Wild Atlantic Way and into the lunar-like Burren region. From there we’ll head to the picturesque fishing village of Doolin where you’ll board the ferry to Inisheer – the smallest and most vibrant of the Aran Islands. After returning to Doolin for lunch, you will embark on the next leg of the tour to The Cliffs of Moher. Stand atop these awe-inspiring, rigid cliffs with edges dropping into the untamed Atlantic Ocean. Stretching 8km (5 miles) along the Atlantic coast of County Clare, The Cliffs of Moher stand 700 feet tall. Once we depart the cliffs we will take the coast road home, following the Wild Atlantic Way before one last stop at the stunning Baby Cliffs in Ballyreen where you can walk atop the Burren.

Day 4


Private transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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