Taste the Wild Atlantic Way Cycling Tour

Taste the Wild Atlantic Way Cycling Tour

PRICES FROM

€3,459.00

DURATION

7 days

DIFFICULTY

PRICES FROM

€3,459.00

DURATION

7 days

Taste the Wild Atlantic Way Cycling Tour

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Savour the best natural flavours from Connemara’s hundreds of lakes, rivers and mountainous lands - fresh lobsters, lamb, mussels, clams, scallops, venison, salmon and trout, quail and guinea fowl.
  • Dine in award-winning restaurants, hand-picked for their passionate chefs who create innovative menus with the freshest, locally-sourced produce.
  • Uncover the true magic of Ireland, found not only in the breathtaking scenery, but also in the unique warmth of the Irish people. On this biking trip in Ireland you will have the chance to experience both.
  • Stay in charming Irish Manors that are known for their excellent service and food. Upgrade to Ashford Castle to really get the "Royal Treat"

 

Our favourite Connemara food:

The locally sourced food of Connemara is superb. Enjoy a wide array from fresh seafood to perfect lamb. A "must"  try are the Killary Mussels that are brought to your plate directly from Irelands only Fjord. 

YOUR TOUR IN BRIEF

Tour Essentials:

This is a 7 day (6 night) tour starting any day from April to October.

The tour starts at Lough Inagh Lodge in Connemara and finishes at The Lodge at Ashford Castle in Co Mayo. 

Your Gourmet Connemara Tour consists of gentle cycles, some occasional hill, average of 45km daily with shorter and longer options available on most days.

 

 

Equipment and information:

A Electric Bike, helmet, front handlebar bag, water bottle, side panniers (if required), puncture repair kit and lock are all included.

Before your arrival, you will need to download our app on which you will have all the details of your tour (routes, accommodation, vouchers, things to see...). 

 

Hospitality:

You will stay in a selection of Connemara’s finest 4* & 5* hotels and manors/castles where a full Irish breakfast is included for you on each morning at your accommodation.

Six gourmet dinners are included.

Your luggage will be transferred every day to your next accommodation.

Extras:

Entrance tickets for Kylemore Abbey

Sheep Farm or Killary Fjord Boat Tour

Connemara Smoke House 

 

Tour Essentials

This is a 7 day (6 night) tour starting any day from April to October.

The tour starts at Lough Inagh Lodge in Connemara and finishes at The Lodge at Ashford Castle in Co Mayo. 

Your Gourmet Connemara Tour consists of gentle cycles, some occasional hill, average of 45km daily with shorter and longer options available on most days.

 

 

Equipment and information

A Electric Bike, helmet, front handlebar bag, water bottle, side panniers (if required), puncture repair kit and lock are all included.

Before your arrival, you will need to download our app on which you will have all the details of your tour (routes, accommodation, vouchers, things to see...). 

 

Hospitality

You will stay in a selection of Connemara’s finest 4* & 5* hotels and manors/castles where a full Irish breakfast is included for you on each morning at your accommodation.

Six gourmet dinners are included.

Your luggage will be transferred every day to your next accommodation.

Extras

Entrance tickets for Kylemore Abbey

Sheep Farm or Killary Fjord Boat Tour

Connemara Smoke House 

 

Further information on getting to/from Ireland can be found here

ITINERARY

map

Welcome to Connemara and let us be your guide to the most iconic places and hidden gems of this lovely region. 

We will pick you up from  Galway, Westport or Knock Airport and bring you  to your accommodation at Lough Inagh, a wonderfully secluded valley in the Connemara mountains. Your meal tonight will be in Lough Inagh Lodge, a rebuilt fishing lodge perched on the shores of a freshwater lough. Seafood and game are a speciality in the restaurant with delicious home-baked bread to accompany your meal. Your bicycles, equipment, route notes and maps will be waiting for you at your accommodation on arrival, ensuring you are ready to start your bike holiday in Ireland.

Today your cycle route takes you along the coast, visiting Irelands only real FJord and passing the pristine white sands of Glassilaun & Lettergesh beaches where the contrast with the green ocean waters and the rocky hillsides creates a vivid palette. Your destination is the Renvyle Peninsula, an area which juts out into the Atlantic Ocean and is peppered with archaeological sites, historical ruins and hidden beaches and coves. You will be spending two nights in Renvyle and will have the pleasure of dining each night in the multi-award-winning restaurant in the historic Renvyle House Hotel. Situated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the hotel is located on 150 acres, which include a private lake, a 9-hole golf course, a beach, woodlands, gardens and numerous activities on site. 

Today you will explore the Renvyle Peninsula, passing through Tullycross with its row of traditional thatched cottages and following the road to Letterfrack. Letterfrack village is home to Connemara National Park which is a wonderful source of information on the flora and fauna of this preserved landscape and also offers excellent marked trail walks. You will visit the world famous Kylemore Abbey, a gothic lakeside castle lodged at the foot of a steep hill. It is the site of one of Ireland's finest award-winning gardens, the six-acre Victorian walled garden created by Mitchell Henry in tandem with the building of Kylemore Castle in 1867. You will return to Renvyle along leafy back roads to enjoy another evening of fine dining in Renvyle House Hotel.

Today you cycle to Clifden, a colourful town on the Connemara coast, often called the 'Capital of Connemara'. There are various route options available, the shortest being 25km, with the longest (passing through Cleggan and Aughrisbeg) over 50km. Do not miss the cycle along the Sky Road, offering you panoramic views over the Wild Atlantic and the islands lying just offshore.  Explore this wee town a little bit more - we will provide you with all our insider tips. 

Tonight you will sleep at a wonderful gem - The Ardagh Hotel

Serge and his family are pationate about regional food and will provide you with a fine dining experience. 

South Connemara is different to the landscape you will find in the north part. It is a so-called Gaeltacht where the traditional Irish Language is still used and spoken by its habitants. 

Cycle along emty bog roads to Ballyconeely and visit the Connemara Smokehouse, which specialises in wild and organic salmon, smoked and marinated with traditional methods. Owner Gordon Roberts is one of Rick Stein’s food heroes and his smoked tuna appears in Stein’s restaurant. Afterwards you will continue your journey to Roundstone, a scenic fishing village in South Connemara, made famous through the work of many well-known painters. They have been attracted here by its picturesque harbour and wonderful outlook across the Atlantic to the jagged peaks of the Twelve Bens mountain range. The chef of the Scriob Restaurant of the Screebe House will indulge you a choice of lovely food tonight. 

Your target today is the village of Cong. You will cycle over the Maam Valley mountain pass where the surrounding steep-sided hills and green valleys seem endless in every direction. The road brings you along the shores of Lough Corrib, where the ruins of a castle are still visible on one of the islands in the lake. Passing through the villages of Cornamona and Clonbur you will then arrive in Cong, where the John Ford film The Quiet Man was shot in 1952. Cong also boasts several notable historical sites including an inscribed stone cross (fourteenth century) and the ruins of Ashford Abbey, founded in 1128. Tonight, you will stay and dine at The Lodge of Ashford Castle, on of Ireland's hidden gems. Or you give yourself a real royal treat and upgrade to Ashford Castle, one of Irelands finest hotels, and former residence of the Guinness family. Enjoy your last day in the heart of Connemara and taste the Wild Atlantic Way !

Today after your breakfast we will bring you back to Galway, Westport or Knock.

And would like to say: Slan go foil - see you soon 

map

Welcome to Connemara and let us be your guide to the most iconic places and hidden gems of this lovely region. 

We will pick you up from  Galway, Westport or Knock Airport and bring you  to your accommodation at Lough Inagh, a wonderfully secluded valley in the Connemara mountains. Your meal tonight will be in Lough Inagh Lodge, a rebuilt fishing lodge perched on the shores of a freshwater lough. Seafood and game are a speciality in the restaurant with delicious home-baked bread to accompany your meal. Your bicycles, equipment, route notes and maps will be waiting for you at your accommodation on arrival, ensuring you are ready to start your bike holiday in Ireland.

Today your cycle route takes you along the coast, visiting Irelands only real FJord and passing the pristine white sands of Glassilaun & Lettergesh beaches where the contrast with the green ocean waters and the rocky hillsides creates a vivid palette. Your destination is the Renvyle Peninsula, an area which juts out into the Atlantic Ocean and is peppered with archaeological sites, historical ruins and hidden beaches and coves. You will be spending two nights in Renvyle and will have the pleasure of dining each night in the multi-award-winning restaurant in the historic Renvyle House Hotel. Situated on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the hotel is located on 150 acres, which include a private lake, a 9-hole golf course, a beach, woodlands, gardens and numerous activities on site. 

Today you will explore the Renvyle Peninsula, passing through Tullycross with its row of traditional thatched cottages and following the road to Letterfrack. Letterfrack village is home to Connemara National Park which is a wonderful source of information on the flora and fauna of this preserved landscape and also offers excellent marked trail walks. You will visit the world famous Kylemore Abbey, a gothic lakeside castle lodged at the foot of a steep hill. It is the site of one of Ireland's finest award-winning gardens, the six-acre Victorian walled garden created by Mitchell Henry in tandem with the building of Kylemore Castle in 1867. You will return to Renvyle along leafy back roads to enjoy another evening of fine dining in Renvyle House Hotel.

Today you cycle to Clifden, a colourful town on the Connemara coast, often called the 'Capital of Connemara'. There are various route options available, the shortest being 25km, with the longest (passing through Cleggan and Aughrisbeg) over 50km. Do not miss the cycle along the Sky Road, offering you panoramic views over the Wild Atlantic and the islands lying just offshore.  Explore this wee town a little bit more - we will provide you with all our insider tips. 

Tonight you will sleep at a wonderful gem - The Ardagh Hotel

Serge and his family are pationate about regional food and will provide you with a fine dining experience. 

South Connemara is different to the landscape you will find in the north part. It is a so-called Gaeltacht where the traditional Irish Language is still used and spoken by its habitants. 

Cycle along emty bog roads to Ballyconeely and visit the Connemara Smokehouse, which specialises in wild and organic salmon, smoked and marinated with traditional methods. Owner Gordon Roberts is one of Rick Stein’s food heroes and his smoked tuna appears in Stein’s restaurant. Afterwards you will continue your journey to Roundstone, a scenic fishing village in South Connemara, made famous through the work of many well-known painters. They have been attracted here by its picturesque harbour and wonderful outlook across the Atlantic to the jagged peaks of the Twelve Bens mountain range. The chef of the Scriob Restaurant of the Screebe House will indulge you a choice of lovely food tonight. 

Your target today is the village of Cong. You will cycle over the Maam Valley mountain pass where the surrounding steep-sided hills and green valleys seem endless in every direction. The road brings you along the shores of Lough Corrib, where the ruins of a castle are still visible on one of the islands in the lake. Passing through the villages of Cornamona and Clonbur you will then arrive in Cong, where the John Ford film The Quiet Man was shot in 1952. Cong also boasts several notable historical sites including an inscribed stone cross (fourteenth century) and the ruins of Ashford Abbey, founded in 1128. Tonight, you will stay and dine at The Lodge of Ashford Castle, on of Ireland's hidden gems. Or you give yourself a real royal treat and upgrade to Ashford Castle, one of Irelands finest hotels, and former residence of the Guinness family. Enjoy your last day in the heart of Connemara and taste the Wild Atlantic Way !

Today after your breakfast we will bring you back to Galway, Westport or Knock.

And would like to say: Slan go foil - see you soon 

ACCOMMODATION

Luxury tour accommodation

When you choose one of our luxury tours you will be choosing to stay in some of the most unique and sumptuous properties in the west of Ireland. Each one has character, charm, a magnificent setting and excellent standards of service. They are all also renowned for their exquisite food, favouring local produce. All conveniences are provided in these 4* & 5* properties as expected, but they also offer the bonus of a real Irish welcome which is at the heart of each of these specially selected establishments. Restored castles, historic manor houses, contemporary luxury hotels and magnificent mountain lodges are all part of the experience.

Luxury tour accommodation

When you choose one of our luxury tours you will be choosing to stay in some of the most unique and sumptuous properties in the west of Ireland. Each one has character, charm, a magnificent setting and excellent standards of service. They are all also renowned for their exquisite food, favouring local produce. All conveniences are provided in these 4* & 5* properties as expected, but they also offer the bonus of a real Irish welcome which is at the heart of each of these specially selected establishments. Restored castles, historic manor houses, contemporary luxury hotels and magnificent mountain lodges are all part of the experience.

TOUR DETAILS

ACCOMMODATION

Room TypeLow SeasonHigh Season 
Double/Twin/Triple€3,459.00€3,559.00Book now
Single€4,159.00€4,259.00Book now
4/5* Solo€4,999.00€5,099.00Book now
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LOW SEASON: April, May, September & October

HIGH SEASON: June, July & August

What's included

Meals

  • All breakfasts
  • 6 gourmet dinners

Transport

  • All luggage transfers from accommodation to accommodation leaving you free to explore at your ease. 
  • We will bring you from Galway, Westport or Knock Airport to Lough Inagh Lodge on day of arrival and return you on departure.

Accommodation

  • 6 nights accommodation in 4* & 5* hotels and castles/manors 

Extras

  • Entrance ticket for Kylemore Abbey
  • Entrance ticket for the Sheep Farm or the Killary Fjord Cruise
  • Connemara Smoke House 
  • Our personell Meet & Greet Service 
  • Electric bike rental 

BIKES

  • Each bicycle is equipped with a bottle cage, small front handlebar bag, bike rack (with option to add pannier bags).
  • Safety – we provide a helmet (various sizes) and a high visibility jacket for our customer’s safety on the road.
  • Spare tube, repair kit with tyre levers, pump and bike lock are all provided.
  • Cyclists are expected to be able to have a general knowledge of the function of bicycles, i.e. how to change gears, how to brake properly, replacing a slipped chain, changing a flat tyre. Please check out this link if you are looking for few tips.
Sizes: 28", 30", 32"
Frame: Alpha Gold Aluminium
Fork: FX Alloy
Shock: N/A
Handlebar: Bontrager alloy
Stem: Adjustable ahead
Seat post: Bontrager alloy 
Saddle: Bontrager Sport
Pedals: Bontrager City Pedals 
Shifters: Shimano Altus M2010, 9-speed
Front mech: Shimano Acera T3000
Rear mech: Shimano Altus M2000
Brakes: Tektro HD-R280 hydraulic disc
Brake lever: Shimano
Cassette:
Shimano HG200
Chain:
KMC X9
Cranks: Forged alloy
Bottom bracket: Sealed cartridge
Rims: Bontrager Connection
Hubs: Formula DC-20
Spokes: Stainless steel
Frame Material: Alpha Gold Aluminium
Frame Angles: 71.5 head, 73.5
Sizes: 28",30", 32"
Colour: Black 
Fork: SR Suntour NEX
Rear Shock: Not applicable
Brake Levers: aluminum linear-pull
Handlebar: Bontrager Comp Lowriser
Stem: Bontrager Elite 
Headset: 1 1/8" threadless headset
Front Der: Shimano Acera T3000
Crankset: Shimano MT210
Rear Der: Shimano Alivio M3100
Pedals: Wellgo M141
Tires: Bontrager GR1 Expert

Sizes:    SM, MD, LG
Frame:    SmartForm C3 Alloy, Internal battery
Fork:    Full carbon
Shock:    N/A
Handlebar:    Cannondale Riser, 6061 Alloy
Stem:    Cannondale 3
Seat post:    Alloy
Saddle:    Cannondale Fitness Ergo Double Density
Pedals:    Cannondale Fitness
Shifters:    microSHIFT Advent X, 10-Speed

Rear mech: Shimano Acera
Brakes: Tektro linear pull
Brake lever: Shimano
Cassette: SRAM PG830 11-28
Chain: KMC Z7
Cranks: Shimano FC-M191 28/38/48
Bottom bracket: Cartridge
Rims: Matrix 750 700c
Hubs: Shimano RM40
Spokes: Stainless steel

TURBO electric bikes are heavier than our pedal-assist electric bikes, but they have more power. This means they provide more help on hills, for example, but if you run out of battery, they are harder and heavier to pedal.

Size: 28
Frame: Alpha Gold Aluminium
Fork: SR Suntour NEX
Shock absorber: N/A
Handlebars: Bontrager touring aluminium
Stem: Bontrager alloy quill
Seatpost: Bontrager alloy
Saddle: Royal Nuvola saddle
Pedals: Bontrager City pedals
Shifters : Shimano Tourney RS45, 8 speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano TX505

 

Rear mech:    Shimano    
Brakes:    Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc    
Brake lever:    Shimano    
Cassette:    Shimano 8-speed, 12-32T    
Chain:    Shimano HG40, 6/7/8-speed    
Cranks:    Pro Wheel alloy    
Motor:    Bosch Active Line, 250 watt    
Battery:    External battery    
Charger:    Bosch compact 2A, 100–240V    

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

DIFFICULTY Easy

Represents a low level of activity with maximum 35 kms on the bike or 12 kms by foot per day – 3 hours physical activity

DIFFICULTY Medium

Represents a medium level of activity with maximum 50 kms on the bike or 15 kms by foot per day – 4 to 5 hours physical activity

DIFFICULTY Hard

Represents a higher level of activity with maximum 80 kms on the bike or 25 kms by foot per day – 6 to 7 hours physical activity

CUSTOMISE THIS TOUR

You can add extra days or shorten this holiday to suit your needs or schedule.

We are very fortunate to have hundreds of kilometres of magnificent coastal and scenic routes and paths to enjoy. So the options are endless.

We understand that the duration of this tour may not be the ideal amount of time for everyone so if you would like a longer or a shorter version, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will design a custom tour for you to suit your needs.

GETTING TO TOUR START POINT

This tour starts at Lough Inagh Lodge in Connemara and finishes at The Lodge at Ashford Castle in Connemara. 

We will bring you from Galway, Westport or Knock Airport to Lough Inagh Lodge on day of arrival and return you there on departure from Ashford Castle.

You can take a Citylink bus or a Gobus directly from Dublin airport (or from Dublin city centre) to Galway (approx. 3 hours trip).

Visit Irishrail for a daily train timetable from Dublin to Westport or from Westport to Dublin. From Dublin airport you will have to take the Airlink bus to Heuston train station.

You can fly to Knock airport from UK, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Italy:

  • With Ryanair: flight from and to Alicante, Bristol, East Midlands, Eindhoven, Faro, Girona Barcelona, Glasgow Prestwick, Gran Canaria, Kauras, Lanzarote, Liverpool, London Luton, London Stansted, Malaga, Milan Bergamo and Tenerife Sth. 
  • With AerLingus: flight from and to Birmingham, London All Airports and London/Gatwick

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ACCOMMODATION

Room TypeLow SeasonHigh Season 
Double/Twin/Triple€3,459.00€3,559.00Book now
Single€4,159.00€4,259.00Book now
4/5* Solo€4,999.00€5,099.00Book now
Displaying 1-3 of 3 results.

LOW SEASON: April, May, September & October

HIGH SEASON: June, July & August

What's included

Meals

  • All breakfasts
  • 6 gourmet dinners

Transport

  • All luggage transfers from accommodation to accommodation leaving you free to explore at your ease. 
  • We will bring you from Galway, Westport or Knock Airport to Lough Inagh Lodge on day of arrival and return you on departure.

Accommodation

  • 6 nights accommodation in 4* & 5* hotels and castles/manors 

Extras

  • Entrance ticket for Kylemore Abbey
  • Entrance ticket for the Sheep Farm or the Killary Fjord Cruise
  • Connemara Smoke House 
  • Our personell Meet & Greet Service 
  • Electric bike rental 

BIKES

  • Each bicycle is equipped with a bottle cage, small front handlebar bag, bike rack (with option to add pannier bags).
  • Safety – we provide a helmet (various sizes) and a high visibility jacket for our customer’s safety on the road.
  • Spare tube, repair kit with tyre levers, pump and bike lock are all provided.
  • Cyclists are expected to be able to have a general knowledge of the function of bicycles, i.e. how to change gears, how to brake properly, replacing a slipped chain, changing a flat tyre. Please check out this link if you are looking for few tips.
Sizes: 28", 30", 32"
Frame: Alpha Gold Aluminium
Fork: FX Alloy
Shock: N/A
Handlebar: Bontrager alloy
Stem: Adjustable ahead
Seat post: Bontrager alloy 
Saddle: Bontrager Sport
Pedals: Bontrager City Pedals 
Shifters: Shimano Altus M2010, 9-speed
Front mech: Shimano Acera T3000
Rear mech: Shimano Altus M2000
Brakes: Tektro HD-R280 hydraulic disc
Brake lever: Shimano
Cassette:
Shimano HG200
Chain:
KMC X9
Cranks: Forged alloy
Bottom bracket: Sealed cartridge
Rims: Bontrager Connection
Hubs: Formula DC-20
Spokes: Stainless steel
Frame Material: Alpha Gold Aluminium
Frame Angles: 71.5 head, 73.5
Sizes: 28",30", 32"
Colour: Black 
Fork: SR Suntour NEX
Rear Shock: Not applicable
Brake Levers: aluminum linear-pull
Handlebar: Bontrager Comp Lowriser
Stem: Bontrager Elite 
Headset: 1 1/8" threadless headset
Front Der: Shimano Acera T3000
Crankset: Shimano MT210
Rear Der: Shimano Alivio M3100
Pedals: Wellgo M141
Tires: Bontrager GR1 Expert

Sizes:    SM, MD, LG
Frame:    SmartForm C3 Alloy, Internal battery
Fork:    Full carbon
Shock:    N/A
Handlebar:    Cannondale Riser, 6061 Alloy
Stem:    Cannondale 3
Seat post:    Alloy
Saddle:    Cannondale Fitness Ergo Double Density
Pedals:    Cannondale Fitness
Shifters:    microSHIFT Advent X, 10-Speed

Rear mech: Shimano Acera
Brakes: Tektro linear pull
Brake lever: Shimano
Cassette: SRAM PG830 11-28
Chain: KMC Z7
Cranks: Shimano FC-M191 28/38/48
Bottom bracket: Cartridge
Rims: Matrix 750 700c
Hubs: Shimano RM40
Spokes: Stainless steel

TURBO electric bikes are heavier than our pedal-assist electric bikes, but they have more power. This means they provide more help on hills, for example, but if you run out of battery, they are harder and heavier to pedal.

Size: 28
Frame: Alpha Gold Aluminium
Fork: SR Suntour NEX
Shock absorber: N/A
Handlebars: Bontrager touring aluminium
Stem: Bontrager alloy quill
Seatpost: Bontrager alloy
Saddle: Royal Nuvola saddle
Pedals: Bontrager City pedals
Shifters : Shimano Tourney RS45, 8 speed
Front Derailleur: Shimano TX505

 

Rear mech:    Shimano    
Brakes:    Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc    
Brake lever:    Shimano    
Cassette:    Shimano 8-speed, 12-32T    
Chain:    Shimano HG40, 6/7/8-speed    
Cranks:    Pro Wheel alloy    
Motor:    Bosch Active Line, 250 watt    
Battery:    External battery    
Charger:    Bosch compact 2A, 100–240V    

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

DIFFICULTY Easy

Represents a low level of activity with maximum 35 kms on the bike or 12 kms by foot per day – 3 hours physical activity

DIFFICULTY Medium

Represents a medium level of activity with maximum 50 kms on the bike or 15 kms by foot per day – 4 to 5 hours physical activity

DIFFICULTY Hard

Represents a higher level of activity with maximum 80 kms on the bike or 25 kms by foot per day – 6 to 7 hours physical activity

CUSTOMISE THIS TOUR

You can add extra days or shorten this holiday to suit your needs or schedule.

We are very fortunate to have hundreds of kilometres of magnificent coastal and scenic routes and paths to enjoy. So the options are endless.

We understand that the duration of this tour may not be the ideal amount of time for everyone so if you would like a longer or a shorter version, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will design a custom tour for you to suit your needs.

This tour starts at Lough Inagh Lodge in Connemara and finishes at The Lodge at Ashford Castle in Connemara. 

We will bring you from Galway, Westport or Knock Airport to Lough Inagh Lodge on day of arrival and return you there on departure from Ashford Castle.

You can take a Citylink bus or a Gobus directly from Dublin airport (or from Dublin city centre) to Galway (approx. 3 hours trip).

Visit Irishrail for a daily train timetable from Dublin to Westport or from Westport to Dublin. From Dublin airport you will have to take the Airlink bus to Heuston train station.

You can fly to Knock airport from UK, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Italy:

  • With Ryanair: flight from and to Alicante, Bristol, East Midlands, Eindhoven, Faro, Girona Barcelona, Glasgow Prestwick, Gran Canaria, Kauras, Lanzarote, Liverpool, London Luton, London Stansted, Malaga, Milan Bergamo and Tenerife Sth. 
  • With AerLingus: flight from and to Birmingham, London All Airports and London/Gatwick

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS

To secure your booking, we will request 30% deposit per person. Please note this is a
non-refundable payment. The balance payment is due 30 days before the tour starts.

If your tour start date is within 30 days of booking, the full, non-refundable payment is required upon booking.

We do not organise travel to/from Ireland. However there is plenty of useful information on our Getting to Ireland page.

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