Groups travelling to Ireland with just for groups! in 2019 can choose from a range of newly launched itineraries that can be tailor made to suit different needs.
From city breaks to touring the Irish countryside, the new coach trips will give groups the chance to see many of Ireland’s best attractions – both manmade and natural.
Highlight 2019 itineraries
Eight-day ‘Killarney & the amazing Ring of Kerry’:
Featuring stop-offs in areas of natural beauty, such as the Dingle Peninsula and the Kerry Waterway, groups will tour the popular south-west corner of Ireland. A highlight will no doubt be the full day tour of the unspoilt Ring of Kerry – known for being one of the most spectacular areas of natural beauty in Europe.
Four-day ‘Dublin & Titanic Belfast’:
See the best of the Dublin and Belfast on this jam-packed four-day trip. Highlights include visits to attractions such as the Trinity College, Titanic Belfast Experience and the Guinness Storehouse.
Six-day ‘Donegal Coastlines & the Derryveagh Mountains’:
Groups will travel through rolling green hills and along the edge of rugged coastlines, stopping off at hotspots including County Donegal, Glenveagh National Park and Ennischrone, whilst watching the scenery come alive with tales of myths and legends.
Seven-day ‘The Wonderful West & The Wild Atlantic Way ’:
Based in either Westport or Castlebar, both of which sit in the shadow of the Croagh Patrick Mountain and overlook the Clew Bay, groups will experience Ireland’s West Coast on this trip. The coach will journey through mountain and coastal scenery, with stops in the Connemara National Park, Ballina and Galway.
Groups travelling with just for groups!, which was a finalist in the Best Coach or Tour Operator – UK Tours in the Group Leisure & Travel Awards 2018, can enjoy a range of benefits including tailor made holidays, the option of a tour manager escort or specialist guide and low deposits, as well as much more.
For more information on the 2019 tours, visit www.justforgroups.com.
Image: Boats on water in Killarney National Park (Photo Credit: just for groups!)