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Waterford and the Copper Coast

6 Days - Tour No AB8113

6 Days - Tour No AB8113
Waterford (Tourism Ireland)
Kilkenny Castle
Waterford Crystal

This tour takes in an ocean drive along the Copper Coast, explore Waterford with its classic crystal and Museum of Treasures, and take to the water on a river cruise with afternoon tea.

● Coach travel
● return ferry crossings
● 5 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● welcome drink on arrival
● one night musical entertainment
● entrance to Lismore Castle Gardens
● entrance to Smithwick’s Experience
● entrance to Dunbrody Emigrant Ship
● ride on a road train
● scenic river cruise including tea/coffee and scone


Holiday Itinerary

Holiday Itinerary

Day 1 Morning departure for the journey to South Wales and to the port at Pembroke where you will join the 14.45 hours sailing to Rosslare. On arrival continue the journey on to Waterford for a five night stay.

Day 2 A day at leisure. Waterford was established by the Vikings in the 9th century, and has become the capital of Ireland’s sunny South East, with plenty to see and do. Why not visit some of the following:- Waterford Crystal, Reginald’s Tower, the Medieval Museum or the Bishops Palace.

Day 3 Travel to the popular seaside resort of Tramore, with its impressive sandy beach stretching for three miles. The massive iron statue of an 8th century sailor at Great Newton Head serves as a timely reminder of the power of the sea as you follow the road along the Copper Coast, named after the long abandoned mines which once made the region so prosperous. Travel through the picturesque villages of Bunmahon and Stradbally to Dungarvan, a thriving market town for lunch. Continue by way of Cappoquin to the heritage town of Lismore, with its prominent castle overlooking the River Blackwater and where you visit its 17th century walled gardens of Lismore Castle Gardens. Returning to Waterford by way of Clonmel.

Day 4 Today visit Kilkenny, for many the greatest city in Ireland. A medieval time capsule built around its magnificent castle and recently named Ireland’s tidiest town. Get your bearings and see the sights aboard the included local road train, which winds its way through the city before a refreshing visit to Smithwicks Brewery for a tour and tasting of this famous Irish beer.

Day 5 Travelling to Wexford, where we have included a visit to the Dunbrody Famine Ship which is one of the premier tourist attractions in the South East of Ireland. Centered on an authentic reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vessel, the Dunbrody is an essential stop on any tour. In the afternoon travel to nearby New Ross where you can enjoy a peaceful river cruise with afternoon tea, scones and a live commentary.

Day 6 After an early breakfast, then make your way back to Rosslare Port for the 08.45 hours return sailing to Pembroke and then commence the homeward journey.

Hotel

Dooleys Hotel

Holiday Hotel

A modern hotel well positioned on the city’s waterfront. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, telephone, hairdryer, trouser press, WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities. Lift, bar and restaurant.

Single room supplement £105
Holiday insurance £26
(70 years and over £44.50)


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