Arrive at campsite near Rosslare harbour. Enjoy a three course evening welcome meal and drink in a nearby restaurant with your Club Tour Escorts and fellow tourers.
2 nights at Ferrybank campsite.
A day at leisure either for a stroll to Ferrybank, or why not go to Waterford City, Ireland's oldest city founded in 914 and part of Ireland's Ancient East, to discover over a thousand years of history within the Viking Triangle? It's also worth visiting the fascinating House of Waterford Crystal factory with the largest display of Waterford Crystal in the world.
Drive to the next campsite on the edge of Killarney (157 miles). Stop by at Blarney Castle & Gardens and kiss the Blarney Stone or go to Cork along the way perhaps?
5 nights at Killarney campsite.
A day coach trip around the incredibly scenic Ring of Kerry coast and mountains, with a beachfront lunch stop included on the way.
A delightfully Irish gentle day trip, by traditional jaunting cart through the Gap of Dunloe, and via boat across the Killarney lakes. Take your own packed lunch to enjoy on the way.
A leisure day can be spent relaxing on site; or either taking a bus, or walking the Fossa Way through the national park into Killarney; or driving out to Muckross House and Gardens.
Enjoy a day tour by coach to Slea Head along the stunning Dingle peninsula.
Drive to your next site west of Galway City, near Ireland’s amazing west coast (135 miles). Perhaps drop into Crag Cave along the way?
4 nights at campsite near Galway City.
A day coach trip to the Clare coast, taking in the Burren and the jaw-dropping huge Cliffs of Moher (entry to cliffs included, take or pay for own lunch).
A morning into one of Ireland’s most renowned regions – Connemara. You will visit a rural cultural centre, where you can learn more about traditional Gaelic life for the inhabitants of this beautiful area. The coach will then take you to Galway City, one of Ireland's great cultural centres, for some free time before returning to the campsite by early afternoon.
A day at leisure to relax by the sea, walk the prom from the campsite, take a look around Lough Corrib to Cong, or if you'd like to venture further afield, take a boat trip to the Aran Islands.
Drive across to the east and reach vibrant Dublin (130 miles). A good stop-off point is Athlone, located on the banks of the river Shannon in the heart of Ireland's Ancient East. Immerse yourself in 5,000 years of history at the 13th century castle and its visitor centre.
3 nights at campsite near Dublin.
Enjoy a visit to the Irish National Stud and Japanese Gardens. In the evening, a coach will pick you up again to take you to a local pub for a meal accompanied by lively Irish music, dance and banter – great ‘craic’.
A day at leisure. Relax on site or take the bus from the site into Dublin. Explore the National Museum of Archeology & History or the National Art Gallery, Trinity College or St. Patrick's Cathedral. Do not miss a stop at the Irish Whiskey Museum, or at the Guinness Storehouse for the perfect pint. Glasvenin Cemetery and the National Botanic Gardens also come highly recommended by previous tourers.
Drive across the border to the Club's site near Killyleagh in Northern Ireland (117 miles). Try a detour to explore a little of the Saint Patrick's trail or the Mourne mountains.
4 nights at Delamont Country Park Club site.
A day coach tour to Belfast, including visits to historic city hall (with lunch stop at own expense in the city centre), then onto the amazing Titanic Belfast exhibit.
A day coach trip, with a fun and informative visit to Whale Pumps (light lunch included), known to motorcaravanners everywhere, and then on to Mount Stewart National Trust for a visit of the house and gardens.
Relax on site, or explore the beautiful coast and lovely countryside near Killyleagh.
Drive to the final campsite on the edge of Bushmills, on the north Antrim coast (80 miles).
4 nights at Bushmills campsite.
A great day trip by coach, with a visit to Derry~Londonderry, including a guided walk along one of Europe’s finest complete city walls. The afternoon will be at the outstanding Ulster American Folk Park (lunch available at own expense), to learn all about life for Irish emigrants.
A short coach journey brings you to the excellent visitor centre at the Giant’s Causeway, one of Ireland’s natural wonders, including a guided walk. Lunch is included, then it’s another short drive along the coast to the famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. Crossing the bridge is optional and to be paid locally.
A day at leisure, and the perfect opportunity for whiskey-lovers to wander the few hundred yards from the campsite up to the famous Bushmills distillery – or just relax on site. There will be a three course farewell meal with drinks in a local restaurant in the evening.
End of tour arrangements. Why not return to the Delamont Country Park Club site on your way back to the ferry?
Approximate tour mileage: 620 miles