Spiritual Tour

As we leave for this 3 day tour, we head on a spiritual adventure, visiting many of the spiritual places across our country.

Ireland has had very strong ties to the Catholic faith over the years, and the places that we visit will surely demonstrate the religious intones of this country.

This tour can be extended upon request.  Contact us for more details.

Tour Details

 Language

This tour is in English.

 Attractions and Entrance Fees

Attraction and Entrance fees are not included, however you can book your tickets in advance on the TICKETS link next to each stop

 

Locations

Pick-Up Point
Pick-up will be from your location within the Dublin Area

Day 1

Day 1 of our tours see's us leaving Dublin and heading towards our first stop

Day 1

Glendalough

For thousands of years people have been drawn to ‘the valley of the two lakes‘ for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife. Glendalough is a remarkable place that will still your mind, inspire your heart and fill your soul.

Glendalough

Clonmacnoise

Clonmacnoise is a ruined monastery situated in County Offaly in Ireland on the River Shannon south of Athlone, founded in 544 by Saint Ciarán, a young man from Rathcroghan, County Roscommon. Until the 9th century it had close associations with the kings of Connacht.

Clonmacnoise

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Knock

We stop off at Knock for the night, so find yourself some accommodation local to Knock Shrine

Knock

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Overnight Stay

We bed down for the night before we set off on our travels in the morning.  Don't forget to book your accommodation here separately.

Overnight Stay

Day 2

Wake up and get ready for our second day of the tour.

Day 2

Knock Shrine

The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Knock, commonly referred to as Knock Shrine, is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage site and national shrine in the village of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland, where locals claimed to have seen an apparition in 1879 of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph, Saint John the Evangelist, angels, and Jesus Christ (the Lamb of God).

Knock Shrine

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Croagh Patrick

Croagh Patrick is a peak steeped in history, religion and mythology. At 764m high and offering breathtaking views across Clew Bay, climbing it is also a rite of passage for hiking enthusiasts.

Croagh Patrick is one of Ireland’s most stunning mountain climbs with its unique conical shapetowering above the edge of the Atlantic Ocean on the rugged west coast. On a clear day, it offers panoramic views of the hundreds of tiny, green drumlin islands in Clew Bay, the Wild Atlantic Way, the gorgeous tourist town of Westport and surrounding mountain ranges.

Croagh Patrick

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Westport

Fall in love with Westport when you first step foot into town and make your way along the Carrowbeg River, lined with colourful flowers and traditional shop fronts.

Stroll leisurely around Westport Town making your way to the historic Westport House. Learn about the house's captivating history on a guided tour and relax in the manicured classical gardens.

Westport is one of Ireland’s most beloved towns, experience it for yourself.

Westport

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Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden Originally built as a Castle in 1867 as a romantic gift, Kylemore Abbey and the surrounding mountains and lakes are steeped in history. Learn of tales of tragedy, romance, engineering initiatives and royal visits. It became home to a community of Benedictine Nuns in 1920 and has been renowned as a place of spirituality and education.

Kylemore Abbey

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Clifden

Clifden is a coastal town in County Galway, Ireland, in the region of Connemara, located on the Owenglin River where it flows into Clifden Bay. As the largest town in the region, it is often referred to as "the Capital of Connemara".

Clifton and the surrounding Connemara is renowned for its use of Irish as its first language.  Here you will hear Gailge (Irish) spoken fluently and frequently by the locals.

Clifden

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Overnight Stay

We bed down for the night before we set off on our travels in the morning.  Don't forget to book your accommodation here separately.

Overnight Stay

Day 3

Day 3 starts off nice and early and takes us to our next stop on this tour

Day 3

Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most popular tourist destinations in the whole of Ireland and topped a list of attractions in 2006by receiving almost one million visitors at the official visitors centre.

Whilst the Cliffs can be accessed at multiple points, as well as an 18 kilometre (11 mile) cliff walk, the majority of visitors come through the official visitor centre

Cliffs of Moher Tour

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St Brigids Well

St. Brigid’s well differs from the other Wells in Ireland in a number of ways. It is one of the oldest wells rumored to have healing powers and the running sound of the water is audible. It is housed in an open stone house or grotto that serves as a gateway to the ancient cemetery on the hill above it, accessible through steep paths and old stairs. The graveyard is the final resting place of several mythical kings and clan leaders of Ireland. Some still celebrate Brigid’s roots by spending the pagan holiday of Lughnasadh in the circular sanctuary of this well.

St Brigids Well Clare

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Bunratty Castle

Originally a viking trading camp, Bunratty is situated in County Clare.  We take a tour of this iconic fortress; hear and see how the Lords and Ladies of this Castle lived.  We hear stories of battles and bravery as well as take in the stunning views across this idyllic countryside.

Bunratty Castle

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Bunratty Folk Park

Bunratty Folk Park is the wonderfully intriguing Bunratty Folk Park.  Set on 26 acres of unspoilt Clare countryside, Bunratty Folk Park features over 30 buildings in a "Living" museum.  This village is the best way to see how we actually lived hundreds of years ago.  the shops are open, the clothes that the people wear are authentic and the class divide is obvious.

Bunratty Folk Park

Home

We now head back to our starting point after a wonderful tour and hopefully you will have many memories of your trip around Ireland.

Don't forget that we have many tours available and if you cannot see a tour which suits you, then we can create a fully customised tour for you and your guests.  We offer all types of tours, from 1 day tours through to 14 days and everything in between.

Dublin

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What's Included

  • Incredible photo opportunities
  • Travel in comfort with premium vehicles
  • Live onboard commentary (English language)
  • The memories of your experience

What's Not Included

  • Food
  • Gratuities
  • Entrance costs

Why Choose This Tour

See all of the highlights on one tour

Travel in comfort

Experienced tour guide

5 star on TripAdvisor

Exclusive transport for you and your guests

Why Book Us?

A local independant operator

A knowledgable Tour Guide

Award Winning Service (Tailor Made Tour Company of the Year for Ireland 2022)

An exclusive private vehicle not shared with others

Travel in comfort and style

Customised tours to suit your own agenda

Authentic Irish Travel guide and driver

 

St Brigids Well

Clifden

Clifden
Stop 10

Kylemore Abbey

Knock

Knock
Stop 3

Clonmacnoise

Croagh Patrick

Westport

Westport
Stop 8

Knock Shrine

Cliffs of Moher

Bunratty Castle

Home

Dublin
Stop 17