Near Glebe Road, Kinvara, H91 W654
Burren National Park, Burren National Park
Fisher Street, Doolin, V95 FY67
Shop Street, Galway, H54 WY26
Bridge Street, Galway, H91 YH10
Book your day tour of Galway to Cliffs of Moher and Burren. Discover the native birdlife of Doolin and the incredible natural history of the area.
Book your Galway to Connemara day tour with Musement. Discover the countryside and mountains of County Galway, famed for its natural beauty on this guided tour.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Elegant Irish Tours - Day Tours, 14 Lower O'Connell Street, Dublin Dublin 1 Ireland07:00:We depart from Dublin and begin our trek towards the south- west of Ireland through the beautiful countryside.Stop At: King John's Castle, Nicholas Street King's Island, Limerick IrelandOur first stop is the 13th century King John’s Castle of county Limerick. The castle itself was built by the notorious King John, brother of famous Richard the Lionheart, and is widely regarded as one of the best-preserved Norman castles in all of Europe. The castle itself was built upon an old Viking settlement and our tour will give us insight of the medieval era of Ireland ranging from the viking invaders to the Lords of Ireland. (Entrance Fee Included) Following our visit to King John’s Castle we will drive through Lisdoonvarna the home of the oldest matchmaking festival in the world and Kilfenora home of one of Ireland’s most popular traditional Céilí bands.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Wild Atlantic Way The Atlantic Coast of Ireland, Galway IrelandFollowing our castle visit, we will drive along the Wild Atlantic Way which is brimming with magical views, including the Aran Islands and the surfing beaches of Fanore and Galway Bay. During our coastal drive, we will take you off the beaten track and view the famous “baby cliffs.”These hidden treasures are a pleasure and a splendid surprise for our guests. Shorter than their big cousins, the Cliffs of Moher, these smaller cliffs offer the ideal opportunity to catch a glimpse of whales and dolphins swimming off our Atlantic Coast. In addition, our view of the baby cliffs will provide the perfect opportunity to gaze over the magical limestone landscape known as the Burren region. Dating back over 300 million years, this rugged landscape is home to over 1,100 species of plants ranging from arctic flora to mediterranean perennials and is one of the most fascinating regions of Western Europe. Duration: 20 minutesStop At: The Burren, The Burren, County ClareFor lunch we will stop at the traditional village of Doolin. This village boasts some of the best traditional Irish pubs and restaurants where you can order renowned local dishes including Doolin’s famous seafood chowder, soda bread and freshly brewed Guinness.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Cliffs of Moher, Lislorkan North, Liscannor IrelandWe arrive at the world famous Cliffs of Moher, one of the world's great natural attractions where you can enjoy a relaxing walk and breathtaking views. Rising 820 feet above sea- level and standing only 100 feet shorter than the Eiffel Tower, the Cliffs offer a stunning overlook of the Galway Bay, Aran Islands, and the rugged Connemara wilderness. You will also have the chance to see many of the 30,000 bird colonies nesting along the Cliffs and explore cliffside trails. You will have plenty of time to enjoy all the Cliffs have to offer with this one hour and thirty minute stop – the perfect amount of time based upon years of guest feedback.Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesPass By: Dublin, Dublin, County DublinOn our journey back to Dublin we will take a comfort stop where you can stretch your legs or grab a snack before our final trek. On the ride back you can relax in your spacious tour vehicle (25 passengers maximum) whilst you reflect on a wonderful day in the Irish countryside. We will get you back to Dublin for approximately 19:30, with plenty of time to enjoy the evening. You can request to be dropped off either in downtown Dublin, where our driver can recommend restaurants, pubs, and entertainment for you to pursue, or we can drop you off at the same hotel you were collected from this morning.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Kilmacduagh Tower, Gort IrelandThe Kilmacduagh Monastery stop is exclusive to our tour. This 1000-year-old ruin and graveyard will give you the opportunity to take some pictures of the "real" Ireland. A very rare chance to take pictures of a 12th century Round Tower located among this abundance of early christian buildings dating back to the 11th century. Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Cliffs of Moher, Lislorkan North, Liscannor IrelandAs soon as you arrive to the Cliffs of Moher, you will be surrounded by beauty and captivated by nature. Spot colonies of rare birds soaring above the cliff-face, see and hear the full force of the wild and wonderful Atlantic Ocean from below and follow the many trails for stunning views that will take your breath away. You can also learn more about the natural wonder in the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre.Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: The Burren National Park, Clare Heritage Centre, Corofin IrelandThe Burren national park is almost 1500 hectares of uplands in the southeast of the Burren. Be sure to bring your camera, as the unusual karst rocks make for some dramatic photo opportunities, and views stretch out towards the Aran Islands and the Twelve Bens mountain range. Here you can find Mediterranean, Arctic and Alpine plants growing next to each other. You will also see 75% of Ireland’s native flora and numerous ancient monuments, megalithic tombs, fairy forts and famous Celtic crosses. Duration: 20 minutesPass By: Wild Atlantic Way The Atlantic Coast of Ireland, Galway IrelandYou will follow the entire Wild Atlantic Way between Ennistymon and Galway. Passing historic landmarks such as Dunguaire Castle etc. And driving through villages like Kinvara, Ballyvaughan, and Kilfenora. Not to mention the amazing views over the Atlantic with Galway and the Aran Islands in the distance.Stop At: Galway, Galway, County Galway, Western IrelandAfter arriving in Galway, you will have at least 1 hour to explore this amazing little city. Galway, the city of the tribes, is Ireland’s cultural capital. This free-spirited, artistic and bohemian city has an ambience all of its own. Explore the cobblestoned pedestrian streets that are continuously alive with music and discover the hidden gems of Galway’s speciality shops, boutiques and cafes.Duration: 1 hour
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street, Dublin IrelandWe will meet at the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street. You will board our comfortable coach; meet your guide and fellow adventurers and head west out of Dublin. Duration: 5 minutesStop At: Cliffs of Moher, Lislorkan North, Liscannor IrelandYou will have the opportunity to stroll around the impressive cliff tops, enjoy panoramic views and take in the history of the area. Marvel at the captivating landscape and stunning views out to sea. Feel the breeze on your face as you look out at the waves crashing against the cliffs below (from a safe distance!) This is a lovely walk, the landscape changes as you move and each angle is more stunning than the next. You will certainly take lovely photos here! Included in the price is the entrance to the cliffs as well as an interactive video in the visitor’s center.After exploring the cliffs, you will have worked up an appetite, so we will stop for lunch at the delightful village of Doolin. Well-known for its traditional Irish music, Doolin is located near Lisdoonvarna, famous for its matchmaking festival. Enjoy lunch here before boarding the bus again for further adventure. (Lunch not included)Duration: 1 hour 35 minutesStop At: The Burren House Farm County Clare, Ireland IrelandAfter lunch we will head to the Karst landscape of the Burren. It is almost like taking a lunar walk as you traverse the rocky limestone exterior. This is a unique region, which is home to many plants, and flowers, which manage to grow within fertile crevices in the rocky ground. Lovely orchids and bright gentian blue flowers only grow in this part of the country. See if you can spot them! Take a refreshing stroll right on the coast and navigate the rocky landscape.Duration: 40 minutesPass By: Galway Bay, Galway IrelandDrive by the scenic Galway BayStop At: Galway's Latin Quarter, 21 High Street, Galway IrelandDiscover the Bohemian city of Galway. It is renowned for its brightly painted pubs, live music and cafés. Galway is a city steeped in history, explore the meandering streets and listen to the many street performers from around the world who call this city their home. Remnants of the medieval town walls lie between shops selling Aran sweaters, handcrafted Claddagh rings, and stacks of second-hand and new books. This “City of Tribes” will sure to be a highlight of your day tour!Duration: 1 hour 15 minutesStop At: Irish Day Tours, Fox House 37 College Green, Dublin D02 W599 IrelandWe will return to Dublin reminiscing about the day's activities, the memorable scenery, and with stories to tell about our experiences! Duration: 5 minutes
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Bunratty West, Bunratty IrelandAfter a brief Limerick city tour, we head out to Bunratty Castle. The castle was completed in 1425 and, after many years of neglect, has been restored to its former glory. There is a folk park here and many of the buildings – including the village – were dismantled at various locations in the region and rebuilt, brick by brick, at their present location. Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Cliffs of Moher, Lislorkan North, Liscannor IrelandEnjoy some free time at the Cliffs of Moher - among some of the highest sea cliffs in Europe.Duration: 2 hoursPass By: The Burren House Farm County Clare, Ireland IrelandFrom the Cliffs of Moher, we take the coast road for much of the way to Galway, with time for photos along The Burren. This is a national park and the word Burren comes from the Irish Language and means ‘rocky place’. It is a unique lunar landscape of limestone. Today the Burren is noted for its diverse flora with few parallels elsewhere in Ireland or, indeed, Europe. As time permits, we will make a short stop here for photographs. Stop At: American House Eyre Square, Galway H91 PHK1 IrelandTraffic dependent, there will be some free time upon your arrival in Galway to get some dinner and look at some shops, etc. Duration: 1 hour