About Cork Day Tours

Cronins coaches and O'Briens Coaches have merged to form Cork Day Tours

Cork Day Tours offers high quality, reasonably priced sightseeing tours to West Cork and Mizen Peninsula and The Ring of Kerry. We specialise in travelling to the south-west of Irelnd, where outr experienced and professional drivers/guides are helpful, informative, easy-going and enjoy sharing their understanding and their accumulated local knowledge to ensure your experience is a memorable

New Pickup Location

Please be advised that the Cork Day tour bus stop on Patricks Quay will be closed from Monday 23rd of July until June 2019 to facilitate the construction of a new foot bridge. Please see map below with directions of the new stop which is located in nearby Alfred Street.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

West Cork to Mizen Head

  • Gougane Barra Explore the wilds of Ireland’s oldest National Forest Park, famous for its stunning 19th century church, St. Finbarr’s Oratory.
  • Bantry Wander one of West Cork's most vibrant market towns. Take a stroll, buy an Irish souvenir, or enjoy a traditional cup of tea.
  • Mizen Head Travel along the coastline of Ireland's epic Wild Atlantic Way before reaching Ireland's most southwesterly point. Welcome to the edge of Europe!
  • Clonakilty Cork's capital town of cool, photograph the colourful streetscapes, visit a museum, or find the perfect pub for a pint of Murphy's!


Ring of Kerry

  • Glenbeigh Experience old-world Irish life in the Kerry Bog Village. Get your camera ready for traditional cottages, friendly bogs ponies or maybe even an Irish coffee!
  • Wild Atlantic Way Venture along Ireland's ultimate ocean drive. Enjoy panoramic views at Waterville and look out for the Skellig Islands, famed from the Star Wars movies.
  • Sneem Enjoy a lunch stop in this gorgeous Kerry village and foodie heaven. Maybe traditional bacon and cabbage or fresh fish and chips for lunch?
  • Killarney Get wowed by mighty mountain passes and ancient oak forests before we stop and spend some time in Ireland's most photogenic town.