Explore the countryside, discover castles and travel back in time at museums

From exploring medieval castles in the ancient east and whiling away the hours in fascinating museums and galleries in Dublin to cycling through the countryside, trying your hand at some Robin Hood-style archery and rambling along the wild coastline while cows and sheep watch you go – your family holiday to Ireland is bound to be packed with fun activities and wonderful memories.

  • Forage for wild food on a guided walk along the beautiful coast of the Wild Atlantic Way
  • Get to grips with the sport of hurling in Kilkenny
  • See the thoroughbred horses at the Irish National Stud and Gardens in County Kildare
  • Visit a castle on a private island near Killaloe
  • Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of a charming village at the 19th-century Bunratty Folk Park
  • Discover 250,000 of Trinity College’s oldest and rarest books

There’s something for adventurers of all ages and interests in this beautiful and culturally rich country. History enthusiasts might be keen to head to Belfast and then all the way down south to Cobh to learn all about the Titanic. The museum in Belfast is a great place for kids to learn about the ship’s story, and there’s even a live undersea exploration centre. While a highlight of a trip to Dublin is a visit to the home of the ‘black stuff’: Guinness for the adults and creative workshops at the National Gallery for younger travellers.

If your family enjoys spending time outdoors then places like the Giant’s Causeway, the Cliffs of Moher and Marble Arch Caves Geopark are all exciting options.

Your luxury family trip to Ireland can include as much or as little as you like. We’ll help you to explore this welcoming and varied country, assisted by our enthusiastic local guides. We can plan every step of your trip so you can enjoy the tremendous adventure of this country knowing that Jacada Travel is taking care of all the details.

Let Jacada Travel help you and your family discover this diverse region with a seamless and luxurious, personalised itinerary. Browse the example plans below for ideas or take a look at our locations page for inspiration, and then speak to our expert Travel Designers to start planning your own tailor-made family trip to Ireland.

Ireland with its windswept mountains and ancient castles offers the most spectacular landscapes. Paired with friendly, welcoming people, it is a destination that leaves visitors of all ages amazed and looking for more!

Murray Mitchell
Travel Designer
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Where to go

Need to Know

  • is the local time
  • Euro is the local currency
  • Dublin is the capital city
  • Colcannon is Ireland's national dish

When to go

With some careful planning, Ireland can be a charming destination at any time of the year. The best months to visit are April to early June when the landscape erupts into a vivid emerald green as the weather becomes warmer. July and August are good times to visit too, but this is the height of the summer season and the country can become congested. September and October rival spring as the best time to visit; the weather is still warm but there are fewer crowds than in summer. If you're looking to cosy up by a fire in a country house hotel or nurse a pint while chatting to locals in a pub, then the winter months of November to February can be a great time to travel.