Grab your camera and get ready for picture-perfect moments while on a three-hour motor coach drive that leads you across County Waterford’s east coast and past a quartet of picturesque seaside villages before stopping for refreshments in a local Irish pub. Sit back and relax in a comfortable motor coach, as you head out of Ireland’s oldest city for a panoramic ride along cliff-top coastal roads. Glimpse Tramore, a popular beach haven for surfers, fishermen and beachgoers. Traverse the tiny village of Fenor, considered the gateway to Ireland’s “Copper Coast” and a sanctuary for nature lovers. Annestown, situated on a steep hill, is known for is offshore sea caves and shallow cove waters, while Boat Strand is home to a dock dating back to the 1800s and Dunbrattin Head, one of the best fishing spots in County Waterford. Your drive also includes a stop in a cozy pub, where you can sip on a complimentary glass of wine or Guinness beer like a true Irish local. Head back to your ship with a deeper appreciation for Irish landscapes and culture.
• County Waterford: A three-hour roundtrip motor coach drive blends the best of Irish countryside, coastal landscapes, history and culture.
• Coastal villages: Capture idyllic beach scenes, fishing villages, secluded coves, green fields, oceanfront cliffs and more along the East Coast.
• Irish pub: Enjoy a refreshing drink of beer or wine while relaxing amid an authentic pub atmosphere.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Local currency (Euros)
• Sun protection
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Walking shoes
• Warm clothes
• Guests must be able to walk over various surfaces, with inclines and steps and extended periods of standing.
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guests needing special assistance must be accompanied by an able-bodied companion.
• Guests must be of legal age to consume alcohol. Legal drinking age in Ireland is 18 years.
• The roundtrip motor coach drive is approximately 3 hours.
• Tour sequence may vary.