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December 28, 2017

Mai Hernon McEvilley

Special New Year's gift to you. Book your place on our "Island Hopping Adventure tour" that starts June 1st till June 9th and you get $200 off. Deadline for this offer is Jan 15th, so don't miss out on this great offer. 

This is a really great trip. We stay in Westport Co Mayo which is very near the sea for the duration of our stay, but leave from there every day to explore some of the beautiful Islands off the West and North West coast of Ireland. 

The Wild Atlantic Way 

 

 The Aran Islands are located just off Galway and Doolin. A true Irish experience awaits, locals speak Irish as well as English in a setting of Celtic churches of historical significance including World Heritage site Dun Aonghasa which is set on dramatic 300 ft cliff edge.

Restaurants on the Islands serve top quality food, pubs have lively entertainment most nights. Trips can be taken around the Islands by horse drawn carriage, or bus. There are craft shops that you can ramble around it for hours.

 

Inisbofin

It is estimated that Bofin was inhabited as far back as 8000–4000 B.C. The first documented history of the island dates from early Christian times. As you sail around the tower and signal light into the harbour you will notice Cromwell’s 16th Century Barracks. It was used as a prison for catholic priests from all over the country after the English Statute of 1585 declared them guilty of high treason.

This Island offers great walking tours, Heritage museum, monistic sites, beaches and great restaurants. 

 

Coney Island

Coney Island is the largest and the most famous of the three islands off the northern coast of the Coolera peninsula. It lies in Sligo Bay between Rosses Point and Ben Bulben in the north, and Strandhill and Knocknarea to the south. The island which is 1½ miles long by ¾ mile across is accessible by boat from the pier at Rosses Point, but the most popular route is by way of Cummeen Strand when the tide is out. This strand is exposed at low tide and is marked by 14 stone pillars for a distance of 5km leading to the island.  Old stone walls, friendly locals and amazing empty beaches make this a must-see when in Strandhill.

We have a BBQ on the beach while enjoying some traditional music. This is just a small quaint Island that you can walk around. The scenery is stunning and the locals are great. 

 

Sligo Town, Galway city

We also visit Sligo town and Galway city. There is so much to explore in both of these places. From museum's, Art Galleries, Craft shops, great music on the streets, great shopping centers, and pubs that have great music nightly. 

 

With our tours you get to experience traditional music at its best, because our guides are musicians/singers/dancers. We are 100% Irish and we know the best places to bring you.

 

So knock this off you bucket list. Book today and get that discount. 

www.SecretIrelandToursLLC.com

 

Remember...."You'll never plough a field by turning it over in your mind"

 

Best wishes for the New Year,

 

Mai

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