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2016 Ireland Knitting Tours Have Been & Gone – Read some of the Feedback

Aran Islands Dress Display (Submitted by Carol Gerling) Class with Anne O Maille (Submitted by Peggy Corp) Class with Anne O Maille (Submitted by Peggy Corp)    Foxford Foxford Woollen Mill   Knitting at the Airport (Submitted by Wendy Avery) Knitting Class with Edel MacBride Knitting Class with Edel MacBride  Knitting Class with Edel MacBride Knitting Class with Edel MacBride Liz & Annie at The Ulster American Folk Park      Mairead Sharry at Inis Oirr (Submitted by Peggy Corp) On the Northern Tour (submitted by Sharon Noel) On the Northern Tour (submitted by Sharon Noel) On the Northern Tour (submitted by Sharon Noel) Sheep at Slieve League      Some of Edel's Yarns       Studio Donegal Shop       The Constant Knitter (Submitted by Wendy Avery) Throws at Foxford   Tristan at Studio Donegal       Winnes Craft Cafe (Submitted by Carol Gerling)
Aran Islands Dress Display (Submitted by Carol Gerling)
All of our 2016 Knitting Tours have been and gone and we were very happy with the feedback. We are busy making changes to our itineraries to further improve them for future groups!A sincere thank you to those that filled out our feedback surveys, some of the comments we received  –

Southern Knitting Tour –

”This tour was absolutely wonderful and we had the best time. I would do this again in a heartbeat! In fact, we are considering the Northern tour for next year”. 

”Although I have been to Ireland before, I really loved seeing the island at this level. The sites chosen were great and I can truly say I’ve seen southern Ireland. The trip to inis oirr was the highlight of the trip – just loved it.”

Northern Knitting Tour Comments –

”A glorious trip! We had very few wobbles for a trip of this size and complexity, and I very much appreciated the insights and professionalism of our guide, our driver, and everyone at Irish Tourism. Worth every penny and then some.”

”Best tour I have ever been on!”

”It was a great trip. I really enjoyed being in Ireland. All in all, it was well organized, interesting, and met my expectations.”

Our 2017 Knitting Tours are Very Busy but We do Have some Spaces Available. For More information please visit our website
www.irishtourism.com/knitting 

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Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way tops Lonely Planet’s Offbeat Coastal Road Trips list

By Orla Spencer

The Wild Atlantic Way has come out number 1 in a new list of the Top 5 “offbeat coastal road trips” by Lonely Planet, the world’s most successful travel publisher. And who would argue with them?

The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s longest coastal driving route, stretching from the very top of Ireland’s West coast at Malin Head in Donegal to the very bottom at Kinsale in County Cork! In between, the coastal path along Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare and Kerry are striking.

Here the sheer power of the ocean has carved a coastline that is jagged, wild, raw and truly beautiful! Along the Wild Atlantic Way you will discover ocean cliffs that are amongst the highest in Europe, beautiful strands and an array of wildlife that thrives from the cool waters of our coastal shores.

Wild Atlantic Way Picture Gallery –

 

Mullaghmore Peninsula, Co Mayo
Mullaghmore Peninsula, Co Mayo
Mullaghmore Peninsula, Co Mayo
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It would be difficult for anyone to do the entire Wild Atlantic Way driving route in one go, so the Irish Tourism Group have designed a series of tours that break the journey up into manageable segments. View our tours here

Would you like to explore the Wild Atlantic Way yourself?  Then get in touch with us today and we can handle all the arrangements!

USA & Canada 1877 298 7205

UK FreeFone0800 096 9438

International+353 69 77686

http://www.irishtourism.com/ 

 

 

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