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Dursey Boat Trips
Allihies, Co. Cork
Take an exhilarating boat trip on the Wild Atlantic Way with Dursey Boat Trips, in County Cork. Hear the stories and enjoy the wildlife of this remote corner of Ireland on their unforgettable adventures which includes islands and lighthouses.

Embrace the wild and rugged beauty of the Beara Peninsula with Dursey Boat Trips. They operate from April to September, and their 90 minute tours are in the company of local guides and are suitable for individuals, families and groups. There are early morning and evening tour options available.

Their Bull Rock Trip will take you around Dursey Island and then, off the western point of Dursey, they speed out to three islands; Calf Rock, Cow Rock and Bull Rock, to view the lighthouses, hear the stories and pass through natural arches cut into the islands. Look out for whales, dolphins, basking sharks, seals and otters while out on the water. There is always a dazzling array of seabirds, including gannets and puffins, which forage in these rich feeding grounds.

The Castletownbere Harbour Trip also features wildlife, history, lighthouses and shipwrecks as they speed along the length of Bere Island.

You can also contact Dursey Boat Trips if you would like to organise a custom tour for your group.

For more information, availability and booking, visit their website.

Why we like it
  • Enjoy a sea safari tour around Bull Rock or Castletownbere Harbour with Dursey Boat Trips.
  • Learn about the history, heritage and wildlife of the magical Beara Peninsula.
  • Look out for whales, dolphins, sharks, seals, gannets and puffins on your boat trip adventure.
Hidden gem
Family friendly
Dog friendly
Free car parking
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Contact details
The Pier, Garnish, Billeragh, Co. Cork, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1.5 to 2 hours here.

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