A wide open space to enjoy
BEST OF IRELAND
Something amazing everywhere you go
waiting to be
3,000 Castles to visit
34,000 Herds of sheep to meet
900 miles of coastline to experience
723 Small towns to explore
12,000 lakes to dive into
48 Distilleries to visit
12 Lighthouses to find
954 hiking trails to try
In Ireland, it's not just about castles and history. The food is superb, the activities are endless and the people love to chat.
The people in Ireland are very laid back. We like to enjoy life at a slower pace.
A holiday for all of us is a time to relax, slow down, switch off, to enjoy the company of our loved ones.
The time people spend exploring a relaxed pace of life in Ireland. Those close to you will cherish the time you spend with them in Ireland.
Time well spent
There's freedom in adventure
2,500 km of Wonder
Be mesmerised by Ireland's Atlantic Coastline.
The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest defined coastal touring route runs from Malin Head in County Donegal, the country’s most northerly point, to Mizen Head in County Cork, the most southerly point, the route weaves and winds across 2,500km of beautiful coastline.
Jagged cliffs, crescent strands, green fields, and quirky small towns dotted along the coastline, decorated with the panoramic pit stops you came to Ireland to experience.
Wild Atlantic Way
There are adventures and excitement around every corner of the Wild Atlantic Way, from the Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal to Kinsale in Cork.
Hike across mountain trails, swim in hidden coves along the rugged coastline, feel connected to the food, the people, and the landscape as you explore.
Search for hidden histories
People have lived on the Island of Ireland for over 12,500 years. We have countless invasions, Rebellions, Civil wars, Kings, Knights, Saints and Poets. Along the way there have been countless characters who have created the stories which connect us with that past. They are great to tell and even better to hear.
Make New Friends
The beauty of Ireland is everyone is welcoming, everyone wants you to feel at home be it on their farm or in their hotel.
Getting to know the countryside and the many great farmers is a great way to connect with the landscape and the animals who roam there.
Good to Know
Ireland has been inhabited for approximately 7,000 year
The Irish famine in the 1840s led to a population decline of two million people because of emigration and starvation
The Titanic was built in Belfast, Northern Ireland
The longest place name in Ireland is Muckanaghederdauhaulia
Halloween was derived from an Irish festival called Samhain
If you are planning a Luxury private Irish tour or a Corporate Inventive trip to Ireland, rest assured the adventure of a lifetime awaits. Pack your bags, leave the everyday behind you, and get ready to embrace the best of Ireland.
A heady mix of wave-thrashed coastline and lofty mountain views is the place to revive your soul, reinvigorate your mind and, with a bracing dip along its salty shorelines, it can even rejuvenate your body. Jump in a seaweed hot tub on the shoreline, dive into the Atlantic, do yoga by the shoreline, swim with Dolphins, take a majestic cruise on the Shannon or play golf at some of the most famous golf courses in Ireland.
Ireland has lots of great activities to experience.
Make your Ireland trip a truly once in a lifetime with Gather. We create exclusive trips to Ireland in luxury vehicles with private guides that are unforgettable.
Dine Al Fresco
Whilst Ireland is not known for its sunny weather, it is true to say that most of the rain comes between November and March.
There are lots of sunny days from late Spring to late Autumn to enjoy some al fresco dining, be that a picnic in the stunning landscape of the Burren or on a hidden beach in Donegal.
Along your route, we plan little moments that are unique.
Nothing beats relaxing in a remote locations, enjoying the countryside.
Private Travel in Ireland should be entirely unique.
We'll show you around this beautiful country
The town I love so well
Ireland has over 700 towns just waiting for you to visit. Kinsale, Dingle, Westport and Killarney are some of the more famous Irish Towns, but others like, Bantry, Clifden, Bangor, Cobh and Kenmare are great little towns with lots to offer.
When we begin planning a trip, we like to know the interests of those travelling so that we can hand pick the towns which we know they will love.