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Little Gem Ten - Popular Attractions in Ireland

The best way to discover the highlights of Ireland are on a private, bespoke tour. See some of Ireland's most popular destinations away from the crowds. Here is some of our favourite must see destinations in Ireland...


Galway City

Immerse yourself in the culture and creativity of this eclectic city with a bustling atmosphere and strong community spirit. The colours in this maritime town give an insight into the cultural diversity of the West of Ireland.


Cliffs of Moher

Small portioned fields separated by low stone walls roll out to the sea edge and drop dramatically to reveal the earths under-armour as the cliffs lay bare for all to see. Standing over 220metres in height this awesome attraction never fails to mesmerise. Further along, the cracked spread of limestone fosters tiny pockets of budding flowers providing a welcome splash of colour.


Skellig Michael

Standing dramatically off the west coast of Ireland this alluring shard of rock off the Kerry coastline was once a sanctuary for early Christian monks in an effort to get closer to God. The only inhabitants found there these days are breeding seabirds and the odd member from the Star Wars production team.


The Causeway Coastal Route

Wind your way along the breathtaking driveway of Ireland’s North Eastern coastline. Savour the awesome views of Scotland, dare to cross the exhilarating Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge and let your imagination run wild at the Giant’s Causeway.


Howth Head

This beautiful fishing village nestles into the foot of Howth Head, a charming peninsula north east of Dublin City, offering you a bird’s eye view across the bay. This is the perfect place to experience the culture, heritage and adventure of Ireland, all on the doorstep of Dublin City.


Gap of Dunloe

Catching the sun as it bursts through the MacGillycuddy's Reeks and the Purple Mountain of Kerry and illuminates the windy stream and gleaming glacial remnants is the perfect reward for your hike from Kate Kearney’s cottage. A tour of the Kingdom of Kerry captures all the elements of Ireland.