12 Day Giant Irish Adventure Tour

Ireland’s ultimate guided adventure tour. Journey over mountain passes, horse ride along deserted beaches and explore the Wild Atlantic Way.

Conquer the remote Skellig Islands. Explore 3 National Parks. Stay in an Irish castle hotel. Spend 2 fun nights in Dingle. Hike the Cliffs of Moher, Connemara and the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland.

🥇 We won Best Adventure Experience TWICE at the Irish Tourism Industry Awards; 2017 and 2015

€2,899.00* Per Person Sharing.
Single Supplement EURO €490
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Estimated $ USD 2019 Price: $3,370 (based on $1 = €0.86)

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Mix adventure activities with culture and history
Go off-road in our legendary 4×4 tour vehicles
Hike, bike, kayak and explore castles & villages
What's Included

All Vagabond tours are flexible. Your 12 Day Vagabond Great Irish Adventure is no different.

Unmissable activities are included. Where there are great options, we’ve left the final decision up to you. Feel free to choose your evening meals and lunches. All additional tour options are marked clearly below.

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What's Included In Your Trip
  • An off the beaten track adventure in 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle
  • The services of a highly-trained and professional VagaGuide tour guide
  • 12 full days on tour
  • 11 nights' accommodation
  • 11 delicious and filling hot Irish breakfasts
  • Most daily activities and visits (see Tour Options below for extras)
  • Live like lords and ladies with a one night stay in a castle
  • Entrance into the magnificent Blarney Castle and Gardens
  • A working sheep farm experience
  • Entrance into the epic Rock of Cashel
  • Entrance into the world famous Giant’s Causeway
  • Entrance into Aughnanure Castle/Donegal Castle
  • Shannon Ferry Tickets

For your information - below are a list of options you can choose while on tour. If your heart is set on the Skellig Michael Landing, we can pre-book this special activity for you. For all other options, we'll arrange everything while out on tour.

Lots of flexible options while on tour! 
  • Black Cab Tour
    Guided tour of historic Belfast. Highly Recommended.
  • Titanic Experience
    Self-guided tour of the world's largest Titanic visitor experience.
  • Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
    Cross this scenic rope bridge, suspended over the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Bushmills Distillery Tour
    Guided walking tour of the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery.
  • Dunluce Castle
    Self-guided tour of clifftop Dunluce Castle.
  • Walking Tour of Derry
    Guided walking tour of Ireland’s only walled city.
  • Boat Trip to Slieve League
    Guided boat trip to 2000ft high sea cliffs.
  • Horse Riding Sligo
    Ride a horse along a scenic Atlantic beach in Sligo
  • Seaweed Bath
    Spa treatment using fresh seaweed in Enniscrone, Sligo.
  • Surf Lesson Kerry
    1.5-2 hour surf lesson on Castlegregory beach in Kerry
  • Horse Riding Dingle
    Ride a horse along a beach or up a mountain in Dingle
  • Boat Trip Dingle
    Boat trip across Dingle Bay to meet Fungie the Dolphin.
  • Sea Kayaking Dingle
    A guided sea kayak around the beautiful Dingle Bay.
  • Traditional Rowing
    Row a traditional Naomh Óg boat in Dingle Bay.
  • Golf in Dingle
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    Play 18 holes at Dingle’s links course. All day activity.
  • Cycling Tour Killarney
    Guided bike tour of Killarney National Park on road and paths. 3 hrs.
  • Skellig Michael Landing
    Half day boat trip to land on Skellig Michael island. High fitness required.
  • Skellig Islands Cruise
    Cruise around Skellig Michael and Little Skellig. 2hr 30 mins.
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Amazing round the Island
We had a wonderful time. Our "Vagaguide" was Carmel. She told us stories, sang songs, gave us a hard time and kept us in line. We LOVED her!!! The 12 day adventure was wonderful so many sites and miles covered. I totally think if you are considering a trip to Ireland you try this company. They have something for everyone!!
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Vagabond's 12 Day Giant Irish tour is a definite bucket list adventure!
Vagabond tour was 5 star all the way. It was a trip of a lifetime! Our tour guide Ashling, was super enjoyable and provided some great historical background throughout the entire trip. She made the trip fun and entertaining. The itinerary was well planned and provided a range of activities throughout each day. Hiking was spectacular with fantastic views.
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Great Country - Great Tour - Great Guide
Our guide, Andrew, was wonderful, witty, and full of anecdotes and history for the areas we visited as we circumnavigated Ireland and Northern Ireland. He told many wonderful and humorous stories and assisted us with one or two special requests.
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View from Skellig Michael's Beehive huts and monastery out over Little Skellig
Explore Skellig Michael, Ireland's spectacular Atlantic island treasure
The Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland at sunrise
Tour the spectacular Causeway Coastal Route in Northern Ireland
Vagabond VagaTron Tour Vehicle and group posing at Rossbeigh in Kerry
Go off road in your 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle at our favourite secret spots
Three Vagabond tour guests gallop on horseback along a beach in Ireland
Horse ride along a beach in Sligo
Hiking the Cliffs of Moher in Clare
Hike the stunning Cliffs of Moher on the Wild Atlantic Way
VagaTron tour vehicle parked up on the scenic Healy Pass
Go off the beaten track on the undiscovered Beara peninsula
Titanic mural on a building in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Take a guided Black Cab Tour of Belfast's historic murals in Northern Ireland
Vagabond group dancing around the Uragh stone circle
Dance around mysterious Megalithic Uragh stone circle
Vagabond group picnicing outside on a fine day with a VagaTron tour vehicle parked nearby and a scenic ocean view in the background
Picnic at our favourite hidden gems along the Wild Atlantic Way
A group of kayakers paddling out of a sea cave in Dingle Bay, Ireland
Kayak across Dingle bay to meet dolphins
Group of Vagabond tour guests looking satisfied at the summit of Diamond Hill in Connemara
Get ready for phenomenal views from the summit of Diamond Hill

A hot shower after a mountain hike. A real fire. A pint. We assure you that wherever you stay with us, you’ll love it.

We put great effort into selecting accommodation on Vagabond tours. Your tour will overnight in locally-owned establishments (in some cases for generations). Receive a heartfelt welcome, often from the hoteliers themselves. No hotel chains here!

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Londonderry Arms, Co. Antrim

A warm welcome awaits you at the Londonderry Arms Hotel which was once owned by Sir Winston Churchill. Ideally situated about midway between Titanic Belfast the The Giant’s Causeway. It is an ideal base for exploring this beautiful region and viewing it’s breath-taking scenery. Sit back and relax in front of the open log fires which contribute to the hotel’s unique atmosphere of warmth and comfort.

"We welcome lovers of good food, whiskey connoisseurs and those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. "
Picturesque evening light hits the harbour in Carnlough
Londonderry Arms Hotel in Carnlough

Beech Hill Country House Hotel, Co. Derry

Experience the rustic elegance and authentic Irish charm of the Beech Hill Country House - one of Ireland's finest manor house hotels run by Conor Donnelly and his team. During its 400-year history, Beech Hill played a role in a series of high profile international events, including the Plantation of Ulster, the 1641 Rebellion, the Siege of Derry in 1689 and World War II, during which the hotel grounds hosted one of the largest US Navy accommodation camps in Base One Europe.

"On behalf of our family and all the team at Beech Hill Country House, we would like to welcome you to this wonderful hotel."
The exterior of Beech Hill with a guest horse riding through the gardens
A picnic on the grass in front of Beech Hill with two horses in the background

The Nesbitt Arms, Co. Donegal

The Nesbitt Arms Hotel was established in 1838 and has been providing people with a home away from home experience since. Snuggled between the Wild Atlantic Coast line and the Bluestack mountains, Ardara, is a warm, welcoming, friendly & musical village with The Nesbitt Arms at the centre of it. Warm tweeds, traditional music, roaring fires and friendly local staff await you in the Nesbitt Arms where modern comfort is interwoven with historic soul.

Exterior of the Nesbitt Arms Hotel in Ardara, Donegal, Ireland
Bed and soft furnishings in a deluxe room at the Nesbitt Arms Hotel in Ardara, Donegal, Ireland

Waterfront House, Co. Sligo

The unrivalled location and luxury of Waterfront House in Enniscrone provides an oasis of comfort and calm, from the moment guests arrive, there is a sense of being welcomed into a home from home. Run by the legendary Martina Tuffy and situated on the water’s edge overlooking Killala Bay, you can often hear the waves crashing on the shore as you drop off to sleep. Enjoy spectacular views of the bay, the 5km of golden sandy beaches and Enniscrone’s famous sunsets.

The interior design of a main bedroom in Waterfront House
Menus, two whiskeys and olives on the table in front of a warm fire

Abbeyglen Castle, Co. Galway

What makes Abbeyglen great is that it is a hotel that is marinated in character, charm, warmth and friendliness.
It offers hospitality second to none where all our guests are treated to real Irish traditional hospitality that is accompanied by luxury, comfort, great food and entertainment.

"Our warm and friendly staff are always at hand to make your stay special, guaranteeing you an unforgettable experience."
The exterior view of the stunning Abbeyglen Castle Hotel at dusk with water fountain
Family posing for a picture with woman sitting on the throne in front of Abbeyglen Castle

Spanish Point House, Co. Clare

Spanish Point House is a charming, luxury, period guest house beautifully situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, in the picturesque seaside resort of Spanish Point, Co. Clare. Tastefully and carefully restored to its former glory it combines old world charm with modern day luxury. A haven of tranquillity with magnificent sea-views. Be assured of a very warm welcome and a personal touch from your attentive hosts, Pat, Aoife and Ríain O’Malley.

"At Spanish Point House we can assure you of a very warm welcome and attention to detail. We look forward to welcoming you."
The front exterior of Spanish Point House and a large open garden
The interior design of a double room in Spanish Point House

Dingle Skellig Hotel, Co. Kerry

Located on the shores of Dingle Bay, enjoy breath-taking views across the countrysidefrom the Dingle Skellig Hotel. Just a short stroll from town, you will enjoy the excellent facilities as well as the unique atmosphere. The perfect base to unwind after a long day exploring the Dingle Peninsula. Fungi, the resident dolphin can often be spotted in the distance while enjoying your breakfast or dinner.

"From the moment you arrive, our friendly staff will welcome you and ensure that your visit and time with us is as relaxing and enjoyable as possible."
An amazing view of the Dingle Skellig Hotel and Dingle Bay with mountains in the background
The view from the restaurant overlooking Dingle Bay

Dingle Bay Hotel, Co. Kerry

Situated in the heart of picturesque Dingle town, next to the bustling marina, the Dingle Bay Hotel is the town’s most modern hotel, yet it proudly maintains the Brosnan family history of hospitality. You’re within minutes of all the best pubs and restaurants Dingle has to offer, as well as popular attractions and at the end of the day return from a day touring the spectacular Dingle Peninsula to rooms steeped in comfort.

"Our family are looking forward to welcoming you to our hotel."
The recognisable red exterior of the Dingle Bay Hotel
The interior design of a double ensuite room in the Dingle Bay Hotel

The Moorings Guesthouse, Co. Kerry

Nestled into the picturesque seafront of Portmagee, the Moorings Guesthouse overlooks the village’s busy working harbour. Just 30 seconds walk from the pier, where boats leave for the Skelligs every morning, and right at the heart of village life, there’s simply nowhere more convenient to base yourself when you stay in Portmagee. Gerard and Patricia Kennedy’s warm and genuine welcome is a great way to end a good day’s adventuring.

"The Moorings Guesthouse strives to deliver personal, attentive service while matching the very best standards in efficiency and hospitality."
The exterior front view of the Moorings Guesthouse directly across from the harbour
The interior design of a double room in the Moorings Guesthouse

The Coachmans Townhouse, Co. Kerry

The Jones family have been welcoming visitors to The Coachmans Townhouse Hotel for generations. Excellent location on Henry St, in the heart of day and nightlife where speciaity shops and award winning restaurants are plentiful. The Coachmans Bar is noted for its Irish Whiskey collection and is part of the Wild Atlantic Way whiskey trail. High class quality Irish music can be enjoyed during dinner in a casual setting.

"We feel honoured and privileged to be in such a fortunate position where we can help create wonderful memories for our guests."
The bar and restaurant of The Coachmans with traditional Irish instruments on show
The interior design of a double room in The Coachmans

Gougane Barra Hotel, Co. Cork

Gougane Barra Hotel is fifth generation family run hotel on the edge of Gougane Barra Lake run by Neil And Katy Lucey. They are tucked away in the mountains in a hidden and romantic glaciated valley in the South West of Ireland. The rooms either look out on the stunning lake or give great mountain views. The hotel is surrounded by forest with walking trails beginning at the front door.

"We like what we do and aim to look after you as best as we can, be welcome to make our home yours in Gougane Barra"
View of Gougane Barra Hotel and the chapel on the side of the lake with the mountains in the background
A stunning view of the Gougane Barra Chapel on the Lake with mountains in the background

Seaview House Hotel, Co. Cork

Seaview House is a delightful 4 star country house hotel set in the heart of West Cork - an area famed for its tranquillity and unique beauty. Located on the Wild Atlantic Way near Ballylickey Bridge over the Ouvane River, the main rooms at Seaview House command wonderful views of Bantry Bay.

"It’s the perfect spot to refresh body and soul. Come and experience our piece of heaven!"
Exterior view of Seaview House and gardens in Cork, Ireland
Table set for lunch at Seaview House and gardens in Cork, Ireland
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Ireland Adventure Tour Intro & Highlights

Experience the Wild Atlantic Way and Northern Ireland on Ireland's best adventure tour.

  • Land on Skellig Michael, a 6th century monastic island and World Heritage site.
  • Tour Northern Ireland from Belfast, along the epic Causeway Coastal Route to historic Derry.
  • Experience true serenity and Irish culture at the Cliffs of Moher and Dingle.
  • Challenge yourself with daily hikes to spectacular destinations.
  • Optional adventure activities like horse-riding, biking and sea kayaking.
  • Offroading and picnics at secret beaches and hidden gems on the Wild Atlantic Way.


A group of Vagabond guests posing in Killarney National Park in front of a Vagabond vehicle
Cultural adventure in Northern Ireland and along the Wild Atlantic Way
Basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway wtih a mountain in the background
Challenge yourself with daily hikes and adventure activities in spectacular destinations

Day 1: Belfast & Hiking

Fasten your seatbelt! Your Vagabond Cultural Adventure starts from Dublin and heads for Northern Ireland.

  • Hike Slieve Gullion mountain to Ireland's highest passage tomb.
  • Explore vibrant history and street art on a guided Black Cab Tour of Belfast.
  • Follow the Game of Thrones trail in Belfast to see unique stained glass sculptures.
  • Experience one of the world’s most spectacular coastal drives; the Causeway Coastal Route.
  • Your accommodation and dining for the evening is at the ​Londonderry Arms​.

The average driving time today is 4 hours.

Two seals on a rock in the blue sea in front of some green topped cliffs
Spectacular scenery along the Causeway Coastal Route.
Female tour guest sitting on top of the summit of Slieve Gullion mountain summit in Ireland
Hike Slieve Gullion to Ireland's highest passage tomb

Day 2: Giant's Causeway Hike

Circuiting the northeastern corner of Ireland, we'll hug the Causeway Coastal Route, finishing in Derry.

  • Dare to cross Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, suspended high above the waves
  • Trek the stunning Antrim coast from Dunseverick to the Giant's Causeway World Heritage Site.
  • Raise a glass to Irish whiskey at Bushmills, the oldest licensed distillery in the world.
  • Travel back in time at the clifftop ruins of Dunluce Castle.
  • Your accommodation is at the Georgian-era ​Beech Hill Country House Hotel​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours.

Vagabond guest pausing to take a photo of the Giant's Causeway on the hike down to it
Trek the stunning Antrim coast to the legendary Giant's Causeway
An aerial view of the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge
Dare to cross Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

Day 3: Walking Tour & Donegal

Crossing from Northern Ireland into Donegal, we'll head truly off the beaten track.

  • Relive sieges and battles on a guided walking history tour of Derry.
  • Clamber up the stone ringfort at Grianán of Aileach for amazing views.
  • Watch for wild deer and golden eagles in Glenveagh National Park.
  • Meet Irish craftspeople and see live traditional music performances in Ardara.
  • This evening’s accommodation is at the family-owned ​Nesbitt Arms in Ardara​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours.

A close up picture of a native red deer in Killarney National Park
Guests got to meet this beautiful native red deer on tour
A panormaic view of the stone fort Grianán of Aileach
Panoramic 360° vistas from the Celtic stone ringfort, Grianán of Aileach

Day 4: Cliff Hike & Horse-Riding

Wandering southwest, your tour will explore Donegal further and complete the day in Sligo.

  • Hike towering sea cliffs at Slieve League.
  • Ride a horse on an Atlantic beach in stunning Sligo.
  • Hike to the tomb of Queen Maebh.
  • Experience a magical seaweed spa and hot tub session.
  • ​Overnight tonight at Waterfront House in coastal Enniscrone​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

An aerial shot of the Slieve League Cliffs during the sunset
Hike the towering sea cliffs of Slieve League
Two horse-riders cantering on the beach in Ventry
Ride a horse along a stunning Atlantic beach in Sligo

Day 5: Connemara Farm Tour

Today brings incredible scenery and fascinating culture from Sligo to Connemara via Mayo.

  • Lose a sin with every step along an ancient pilgrimage route on Croagh Patrick mountain.
  • Learn the tragic history of the breathtaking Doolough Valley.
  • Hike Diamond Hill for phenomenal views of Connemara National Park.
  • Sheep shearing and sheepdog demo on a farm tour near Killary Fjord.
  • Feel like royalty with feasting and overnight stay at ​Abbeyglen Castle Hotel, deep in Connemara​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

A couple posing in front of the twelve bens in Connemara
Check out the phenomenal views of Connemara National Park.
A woman taking in the breathtaking scenery at the summit of Croagh Patrick
Lose a sin with every step along an ancient pilgrimage route on Croagh Patrick mountain.

Day 6: Cliffs of Moher Hike

Journey through the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way, from Connemara to Clare via Galway.

  • Guided tour of 16th century Aughnanure Castle.
  • Visit Galway, the largest city in the west of Ireland.
  • Marvel at ancient dolmens in the limestone wonderland of the Burren National Park.
  • See the world famous Cliffs of Moher in all their glory on a coastal hike.
  • Accommodation tonight is at ​Spanish Point House​.

The average driving time today is 4 hours.

Two young female guests pose at the Cliffs of Moher
Hike the world famous Cliffs of Moher
Vagabond tour group behind a dry stone wall with a VagaTron tour vehicle behind
Marvel at dry stone wall and dolmens in the Burren National Park

Day 7: Dingle Hike

Starting the day in Clare, we'll reach Kerry and the Dingle peninsula by the afternoon.

  • Take a ferry across the mouth of the Shannon - the longest river in Ireland.
  • Surf session option on one of Ireland's most gorgeous beaches.
  • Hike a steep, glaciated valley at Annascaul for gorgeous views.
  • Refresh yourself with an ice cold pint at the historic South Pole Inn.
  • Your overnight stay is at either the ​Dingle Skellig​ Hotel or ​Dingle Bay Hotel​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

Group hiking in Annascaul valley on the Dingle peninsual
Hike the steep, glaciated valley of Annascaul
Dingle Bay Hotel in a colourful line of buildings
Roll into the bustling town of Dingle

Day 8: Explore Dingle

Discover Dingle, one of Ireland's most exciting small towns, with plentiful activity options and down time.

  • Explore Dingle Bay by sea kayak or traditional Naomhóg rowing boat.
  • Horse ride along a beach or up a mountain near Ventry.
  • Don’t miss an Irish traditional music session in one of Dingle's lively pubs.
  • Free time to experience the authentic craft studios and fantastic food scene in Dingle.
  • Your accommodation is once again at the ​Dingle Skellig​ Hotel or the ​Dingle Bay Hotel​.

The average driving time today is 1 hour 30 minutes.

Group of Vagabond guests waving their paddles while sitting in kayaks on a slipway
Go dolphin spotting by sea kayak or boat
Five happy Vagabond tour guests toast the camera with pints of stout in a pub in Ireland - cheers!
Experience the lively pubs of Dingle

Day 9: Biking & National Park

Move from Dingle to Portmagee across the Iveragh peninsula.

  • Explore the nature and history of Killarney National Park on a guided bike tour.
  • Believe your eyes at the magical yew tree growing in the centre of ruined Muckross Abbey.
  • Go offroading along a white sand beach or to a panoramic viewpoint above the Ring of Kerry.
  • Crystal clear views of the Milky Way in Kerry's International Dark Sky Reserve
  • Accommodation and dining tonight is in the comfort of ​The Moorings Guesthouse in Portmagee​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes

Vagabond group waving at a scenic location
Go offroad in your 4x4 VagaTron tour vehicle
Happy Vagabond tour guests wearing cycling helmets and jumping in Ireland
Guided cycling tour of spectacular Killarney National Park

Day 10: Skellig Islands

Amazing adventure options on islands off the Iveragh peninsula.

  • Combined boat trip and hike to the monastic site on remote Skellig Michael island.
  • Boat trip option around both Skellig Islands to experience seabirds and amazing history.
  • Hike Valentia Island to Bray Head for stunning Atlantic ocean views.
  • Catch authentic traditional Irish music and outstanding local food in quaint Kenmare.
  • Your accommodation tonight is at ​the Coachmans Townhouse​ in the centre of town.

The average driving time today is 2 hours.

Two female Vagabond tour guests at the summit of Skellig Michael in Ireland with Little Skellig island in the background
Combined boat trip and hike to the monastic site on remote Skellig Michael island
Smiling tour group on board a boat trip to the Skellig Islands, Ireland
Boat trip around the Skellig Islands

Day 11: Beara Backroads

Expect rugged roads and superb scenery today as you journey from Kenmare to West Cork.

  • Dance around a mysterious stone circle on the wild Beara peninsula.
  • Put your tour vehicle through its paces while offroading at an abandoned copper mine.
  • Wind up the scenic Healy Pass, Ireland's bendiest road.
  • Unearth the incredible history of ruined Dunboy Castle on a coastal hike.
  • Accommodation tonight is at either the ​Gougane Barra Hotel​, or ​Seaview House Hotel in Bantry​.

The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

View over Allihies on the Beara Peninsula from the Copper Mines
Superb scenery and offroading on the wild Beara peninsula
VagaTron tour vehicle on the scenic Healy Pass
Wind up the scenic Healy Pass, Ireland's bendiest road

Day 12: Blarney & Cashel

Before we say goodbye back in Dublin, we'll catch some tour highlights travelling from Cork via Tipperary.

  • Trace the River Lee passing through scenic Irish countryside.
  • Kiss the Blarney Stone amidst the lush surroundings of Blarney Castle Gardens.
  • Imagine saints and scholars on a self-guided tour of the epic Rock of Cashel.
  • Lush rolling hills and patchwork farmland as we traverse Ireland's Hidden Heartlands towards Dublin.
  • Farewells for your new Vagabond friends back in Dublin between 5-6pm.

The average driving time today is 4 hours and 30 minutes.

Gougane Barra Valley lake reflection
Hike the beautiful, forested valley of Gougane Barra
Celtic crosses in graveyard with tall tower and church at Rock of Cashel
Imagine saints and scholars at the epic Rock of Cashel
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