Kealys Coaches

Ship to Shore
Day tours

Sample Itinerary

At Kealy’s Coaches, we can give you a private tour from Cobh to some of south west Ireland’s leading attractions and we will return you to your ship in good time for your onward voyage.

This is a fully bespoke tour and caters for your groups requirements and preferences.
Please contact us to arrange a tour of your choice.

Charles Fort

Charles Fort in Kinsale is a massive star-shaped structure of the late 17th century. One of Ireland’s largest military installations, it has been part of some of the most momentous events of Irish history. During the Williamite Wars the fort withstood a 13-day siege before it fell. Later, in the Irish Civil War of the early 1920s, anti-Treaty forces on the retreat burned it out.

The view from the ramparts looking out over Kinsale Harbour is spectacular.

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Midleton Distillery

Enjoy a tour of the Jameson Whiskey Distillery in Midleton and learn the history of this iconic brand.

Blarney Castle & Gardens

Visit the famous Blarney Castle and Gardens. A visit to the castle gives you the opportunity to kiss the Blarney Stone. If you are brave enough to kiss the famous stone you will be bestowed with the ‘gift of the gab’, otherwise known as ‘the gift of eloquence’!

At Blarney you can also avail of the opportunity to shop at Blarney Woollen Mills.

Courtesy Blarney Castle and Gardens

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Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms

Situated in the heart of Killarney National Park, Muckross House is a 19th Century Victorian mansion. Standing at the shores of Loch Léin, the house hosted Queen Victoria during her visit to Killarney in 1861.

Adjacent to the house is Muckross Traditional Farms, a reproduction of Ireland in the 1930s and 1940s. Visit three separate working farms (small, medium and large), each complete with animals, poultry and machinery.

Dingle Peninsula

Travel to the Dingle Peninsula taking in Inch Beach, Slea Head Drive, and some leisurely time around the little town of Dingle itself. Described by National Geographic as ‘the most beautiful place on Earth’, the Dingle Peninsula is home to a wealth of historical monuments, Gaelic culture and literature. This is a chance to dine in one of the many great seafood restaurants in the town.

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