City & Coast - Make your base in Limerick

Situated at the gateway to Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, Limerick has a huge number of attractions and activities and a rich history and heritage. It’s also an ideal base for exploring Ireland’s longest touring route within easy reach of Cork, Kerry, Clare and Galway with plenty of great value hotel accommodation.

With four easy to navigate tours, bringing you through one of Ireland’s richest and most diverse visitor experiences, Limerick is also a beautifully central, inexpensive base from which to tour Ireland and the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way.

In high season, in particular, the Wild Atlantic Way books up quickly and there is a demand for high quality accommodation that offers good value close to the route. Limerick has the capacity to meet this need especially during the summer months.

Plan your route...

  • Limerick City to The Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare | 1 hour 13 mins | Route 
  • Limerick City to Lahinch Beach, Co. Clare | 1 hour 2 mins | Route
  • Limerick City to Kilkee Beach, Co. Clare | 1 hour 18 mins | Route
  • Limerick City to Spanish Point Beach, Co. Clare | 1 hour 3 mins | Route
  • Limerick City to Killarney, Co. Kerry | 1 hr 37 min | Route 
  • Limerick City to Ballybunnion Beach, Co. Kerry | 1 hr 19 min | Route
  • Limerick City to Ballyheigue Beach, Co. Kerry | 1 hr 33 min | Route
  • Limerick City to Beale Strand, Co. Kerry | 1 hr 15 min | Route
  • Limerick City to Galway | 1 hr 21 min | Route
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Treaty Stone Limerick. Photo Piotr Machowczyk