The South Tour takes you to the Alcock & Brown memorial to appreciate their achievement of the first non-stop trans-atlantic flight in 1919. You will be able to see the vast Derrigimlagh bog where Marconi once had an active wireless station. The Titanic wireless operator Jack Philips worked here before joining the ill-fated voyage of the Titanic.
We will pass the famous Coral Strand before making our way through the little village of Ballyconneely, where the Connemara Pony is often seen. On to the beautiful sea-side village of Roundstone where we can make our tea stop in one of its many great bars & cafes. This village was once home to The Police front man “Sting”, and continues to attract famous people from all over the world, due to its beauty and the kindness of the local people.
We will continue on through the Ballynahinch Estate where we will see the Ballynahinch Castle which was once owned by an Indian Prince of Cricket, “Rangi Sing”.
The Roundstone Bog is a scenic place of interest and we will drive through it on our way back to Clifden.
For further infomation about booking this tour and /or other questions, please visit our FAQ section.