Premier Day Tours & Trips

Carrig Coaches Call CentreOnly in Ireland for a short stay ? See the very best of what the countryside has to offer on one of our superb One Day or Half Day Chauffeur Drive tours. Professionally guided, we collect you from your accomodation, and escort you thoughout.

To book, phone or email info@carrigcoaches.ie in advance of your planned day.  As the location and group size of each pick up request can vary,  we arrange all quotes individually. Remember you can download our Pdf itineraries to your phone, or print them out for your Hotel Concierge to make arragements.

Plan your own day. If you've ideas of your own, things to see, even people to meet we can escort you throughout your day. Simply phone 061 220555 or email info@carrigcoaches.ie

Discover the rugged evergreen scenery of West Clare on this superb excursion to the World renown Cliffs of Moher and the UNESCO World Heritage Park 'The Burren' (Click Image & Read More)

Immerse yourself in Ireland's Rich Heritage from the Bronze Age to Medieval Castles and of course the Georgian architecture of Limerick City (Click Image & Read More)

Killarney National Park, offerings stunning views as mountains tower high over the Atlantic, as we pass through rustic villages that pocker dot the route. (Click Image & Read More)

The Shannon has a significant influence on sustaining the Island. Discover its strategic importance and enjoy Dolphin watching too. (Click Image & Read More)

Discover the rich merchant heritage of Cork, 'Kiss the Blarney Stone', and spend an afternoon visiting the picturesque harbour town of Kinsale. (Click Image to Read More)

Dingle enchants every visitor with its rugged rural charms and harbour front. And a trip around Slea Head offers unforgettable views of the Atlantic! (Click Image to Read More)

Walk in the footsteps of Ireland's Kings and visit Ireland's oldest city Waterford, foundered by the Vikings and now home to the famous Waterford Crystal. (Click Image to Read More)

Galway voted EU City of Culture 2020, welcomes visitors to its charming network of cobbled streets. The nearby 'Burren' a listed UNSECO Heritage Park. (Click Image to Read More)

Cork City,  straddles two tributaries of the River Lee, offering a very Venetian feel. Picturesque Cobh saw the Titanic set sail on its fated voyage, and Midleton offers a sample of Jameson Whiskey. (Click Image & Read More)

Discover rural Irish life  throughout the ages at Ireland’s most popular visitor attraction outside of Dublin. With a 16th Century pub and a superb retail outlet close by this makes for an excellent short trip. (Click Image & Read More)

Located near Herbertstown this tranquil lakeland setting offers visitors a glimpse into Ireland’s rich archelogical history. Stroll the woodlands, the ancient 'stone circle' and visitors centre. (Click Image & Read More)

Discover a riverside city steeped in history from the first Viking settlers to the leafy Georgian & Victorian suburbs, Medieval Castles & Sieges and of course a citizen’s risings in between. (Click Image & Read More)