Price: upon request
The routes, hotels and program items are subject to change, in which case equivalent alternatives will be available. No refund can be made for program events not attended. The vehicles are fully comprehensively insured with a deductible of 1.000,00 Euro.
What to expect.
Lush hills, rugged coasts, sparse uplands and incredible seascapes – Ireland has so many ways to captivate you. Discover the varied landscape in all its glory on this tenday tour. You’ll travel along beautiful old walled coastal roads to famous sites such as the Lakes of Killarney, and discover tranquil spots with breathtaking views. Equally mesmerising is the Burren – a moonlike landscape covering 250 square kilometres that is dotted with abbey ruins and caves. And, of course, you can’t visit Ireland without visiting the pub. And in Dublin there’s time to spare for a fascinating guided tour and a leisurely browse of the shops. The route will be taken individually, following a detailed roadbook.
Arrival and accommodation.
Participants make their own way to the meeting point at the Mercedes-Benz Offroad centre in Moos by Lake Constance.
Requirements.The minimum group size for this tour is twelve people and the maximum is 16 (six or eight vehicles respectively, two partisipants per vehicle). The places available will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If this tour is already fully booked or has been cancelled, we will let you know as soon as possible. We would like to explicitly draw your attention to the eligibility conditions, because by registering you accept these.
Closing date for registration.
because only a limited number of places are available, we ask that you register by no later than 15 February 2016.
Day 1. Departure from Moos to France. Overnight stay in Giverny, the last domicile of Claude Monet where he created his famous water-lily paintings.
Day 2. Continue to Cherbourg, where the ferry for Ireland sets sail in the early evening. Opportunities to visit Honfleur and Deauville, the two famous bathing resorts on the French Channel coast. Overnight stay at sea
Day 3. Arrival in Rosslare on the south-east coast of Ireland. Continue to West Cork, at the south-western end of the Emerald Isle, via Waterford, Youghal and Kinsale. B&B accommodation.
Day 4. Mizen Head, the Sheep's Head Way, the Beara peninsula and the Ring of Kerry are the highlights on day 4. Overnight stay in Killarney.
Day 5. Continue on the Ring of Kerry, the Dingle peninsula and a ferry crossing of the mouth of the Shannon, to the famous Cliffs of Moher and the 'Burren' - a bizarre, 250 square kilometre chalkland plateau with ruined monasteries, caves and its own flora and fauna. Overnight stay in Gregan's Castle Hotel.
Day 6. Drive through the impressive, sparse landscape with occasional moorlands, passing Twelve Bens and Kylemore Abbey in Connemara. Overnight stay in Co. Mayo.
Day 7. Continue to Donegal, the most northerly county of the Republic of Ireland. The rocky landscape with its soaring cliffs, beautiful bays and beaches is the most northerly section of the 'Wild Atlantic Way', one of the world's longest coast roads. Overnight stay in Dunfanaghy.
Day 8. Drive through Northern Ireland to Dublin. Guided tour of the most well-known sights in the afternoon.
Day 9. Along the east coast and through the Wicklow Mountains to return to the harbour in Rosslare. Overnight stay at sea.
Day 10. Arrival in Cherbourg at around 11 a.m., individual departure home.
Participation and payment.
Once we have received the form, you will be sent a booking confirmation and an invoice for a deposit of €800 towards the total cost of the tour. The balance will be due 42 days prior to the departure date, and a travel cancellation insurance policy will then become effective.
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Because only a limited number of places are available on this tour, we recommend that you register as soon as possible.
Organiser: Tufa GmbH, Gewerbestraße 10a, 78345 Moos
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