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Tours

Whether you are into castles or gardens, museums or lighthouses, we have a range of tours available for you to enjoy the beautiful Southeast of Ireland.

Take a trip in the comfort of our minibus and enjoy Ireland’s Ancient East with our knowledgeable driver/guide.

This is the only scheduled bus tour to the beautiful Hook Peninsula. On this tour you will travel through the scenic south-east corner of Ireland to visit the famous Hook Lighthouse, Dunbrody Famine Ship and subject to opening times Loftus Hall or Tintern Abbey.
8 hrs
You’ve seen the movie now visit the set! Visit the actual Enniscorthy streets and locations you saw in the movie. The Brooklyn bench, Curracloe Beach, St Aidan’s Cathedral, The Atheneum and Mrs Kelly’s shop are just a few of the places you'll visit on this tour.
3 hrs
Hop on, sit back and take a trip through historic Enniscorthy in the comfort of our mini bus. Founded in 510, it is one of the longest occupied sites in Ireland. Your driver/guide will enthrall you with stories of battles and bravery and Brooklyn!
3 hrs
From the comfort of our minibus, with live commentary and audio from your driver/guide, this tour will transport you back to that fateful summer of 1798. Your journey will take you to sites including Ferns, Boolavogue and Oulart Hill.
4 hrs
Have you got about an hour? From Wexford to Waterford from Wicklow to Kilkenny, from gardens to castles from museums to lighthouses! With such a choice of destinations about an hour from Wexford, you can create your own tour and we will make it happen.
8 hrs
Wicklow is at the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East. This tour will follow the footsteps of St Kevin, taking you to Glendalough’s 6th Century monastic site and Powerscourt House. Later, passing through The Sally Gap you can admire the rolling mountains and lakes.
8 hrs
Kilkenny City is where heritage and history, crafts and architecture combine to create an all-pervading spirit of excellence. As the medieval capital, this city has flavours of both the ancient and modern day Ireland which are combined to make for a memorable day out.
8 hrs
Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city, founded by Viking raiders in AD 914. This tour includes a visit to the Dunbrody Famine Ship in New Ross and a factory tour of House of Waterford Crystal to see exactly how Waterford Crystal pieces are made.
8 hrs
A self-taught architect, with no formal qualifications A.W.N Pugin re-shaped 19th century church architecture. His most famous work would be his contribution to Big Ben. Wexford is home to 9 of his architectural gems. Why not join me on an exploration of them.
8 hrs