Join us on a 7 day tour of the beautiful gardens of Ireland. Ireland’s climate helps foster some of the finest and most diverse gardens in the world.
Our tour will take you to a myriad of venues. You’ll visit castle gardens, island gardens, and Victorian walled gardens to name a few. Please check out the itinerary and prepare to visit some of the most beautiful gardens on Earth.
Malahide Castle, Gardens & Butterfly House. Parts of the Castle date back to the 12th century, set in an estate of over 260 acres. The ornamental gardens adjoining the castle cove an area of 22 acres. The walled botanical garden in home to Ireland’s only Butterfly house, containing 20 exotic species of butterfly for you to explore. In all the gardens contain over 5000 different species and varieties of plants. National Botanic Gardens. Located in Glasnevin in County Dublin, the Botanic Gardens are noted for their fine collection of over 15,000 plant species from a variety of habitats around the world. The gardens are famous for their exquisitely restored glass house.
Powerscourt House, Garden & Waterfall, are located in County Wicklow. The gardens were recently voted No.3 in the World’s Top Ten Gardens by National Geographic. The gardens covers 47 acres and is very diverse, from it’s Formal Garden to its Italian Garden and much much more. Powerscourt Waterfall is Ireland’s highest at 398ft and is surround by Beech, Oak, Larch & Pine trees, some of which were planted 200 years ago.
Lismore Castle & Gardens, a short distance down the road also in Co. Waterford. The Castle itself is a private residence, but the gardens are. The garden in divided into two sections, both located within the Castle ground, so the setting is stunning. They cover an area of 7 acres and the meandering paths allow you to explore its beauty.
Celtic Steps – you will experience a wonderful evening of traditions Irish dance, music
The Burren, located just north of the Cliffs of Moher, is a karst landscape of bedrock incorporating a vast cracked pavement of glacial ear limestone, with cliffs and caves, fossils, rock formations and archaeological sites. The Burren is also home to about 1100 species of plants, which about three quarters of the total flora of 1400 plant species found in the whole of Ireland.
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