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Cathedral rock formation in Ireland
Cathedral rock formation in Ireland

Many Irish cities and towns are famed for their churches and religious sites, but there is one ‘cathedral’ along Ireland’s spectacular Wild Atlantic Way that a lot of people may have never even heard of, let alone seen, called Inishnabro. [ReadMoreMob]

Ok, so Inishnabro isn’t actually a cathedral as such. In fact, its an incredible rock formation that Mother Nature has crafted to rival the grandeur of even the most magnificent gothic-style architectural wonders. Its towering sea stacks, which resemble church spires reaching out of the Atlantic Ocean to the skies above, make for an incredible sight, and cruising by on a smaller-sized Fred. Olsen ship is a chance to see them in all their glory.

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Loughs, Isles and Iconic Sites of Ireland

Loughs, Isles and Iconic Sites of Ireland

Departs: Southampton • Tue 03 Aug 2021
9 nights • Braemar • M2119

  • Circumnavigating the ‘Emerald Isle’, taking in scenic and city highlights along the way, makes for an immersion into Ireland’s incredible beauty and rich culture.
  • Scenic cruising on small ship Braemar will be unforgettable; you’ll navigate the spectacular Killary Fjord and Lough Swilly, see the mighty Cliffs of Moher and much more.
  • Ashore, Cobh and Belfast display seafaring heritage and links to Titanic; Galway offers seafood and medieval history; and there are iconic highlights aplenty to uncover in Dublin.

From £1,349pp

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