Travel along the coastline of Ireland's epic Wild Atlantic Way before reaching Ireland's most southwesterly point
Take a day trip to remember with a visit to Ireland’s most South-westerly point and view the dramatic cliff scenery of Mizen Head. Along the way you will see some of Ireland’s great beauty in the West Cork region, noted for its rugged peninsulas, beaches, villages and towns.
Explore the wilds of Ireland’s oldest National Forest Park, famous for its stunning 19th century church, St. Finbarr’s Oratory.
Wander one of West Cork's most vibrant market towns. Take a stroll, buy an Irish souvenir, or enjoy a traditional cup of tea.
Travel along the coastline of Ireland's epic Wild Atlantic Way before reaching Ireland's most southwesterly point. Welcome to the edge of Europe!
Cork's capital town of cool, photograph the colourful streetscapes, visit a museum, or find the perfect pub for a pint of Murphy's!
End point: Cork City
At the end of your tour we return back to Cork City in the evening. We know you’ll have had a day to remember. If you’re hungry for more adventure, be sure to ask our driver about one of our other bus tours!
Most cruise ships arrive in the port of Cobh next to the Train Station, which you can walk to from the ship (2 minute walk). You can get a commuter train from there to Cork City (it takes approx. 25 minutes) often with extra capacity and departures on the days that there are cruise liners in port). When you get off the train in Cork, walk out of the station (exit left towards “City Centre” under the subway) and when you exit up the stairs continue straight towards Alfred Street and your stop is across from Penrose Wharf.