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Avoca Tours - CLOSED

Main Street | Avoca, Avoca, Ireland
+353 86 025 8484
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We had looked at the web site and almost made an advance booking for some gold panning, luckily we... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2015
michael c
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
We only visited the outside

On a recent trip to Avoca, a place we have wanted to go for many years we came across Avoca Tours... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2014
Lewis K
Macclesfield, United Kingdom
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We love Wicklow. Experience our heritage walks in Wicklow, Guided and Self Guided, including walks in Avoca, Glendalough, Rathdrum, Arklow and Bray including the Bray Cliff Walk. Gold Panning is available weekly and Bike Hire Daily. We also specialise in Genealogy Tours for family groups. The Avoca Tours mobile phone app is only 69c and has 9 self guided walks in Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland. Special rates are available for group tours on request. We have beautiful a beautiful cottage to rent in the Vale of Avoca in Wicklow, the Garden of Ireland. Close to the village of Avoca. The cottage has 1 Living Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Bathroom with Bath and Shower, 3 bedrooms - two double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom, and 1 double sofa bed in the living room. Wood burning stoves in the living room and downstairs bedroom. Lovely situation in mature gardens.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good17%
  • Average5%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible17%
15 Jun 2015
24 Jul 2014
“We only visited the outside”
Main Street | Avoca, Avoca, Ireland
+353 86 025 8484

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Reviewed 15 June 2015

We had looked at the web site and almost made an advance booking for some gold panning, luckily we did not, as when we arrived in Avoca, we could not find it and when we made inquiries we were told by several people we met...More

Thank michael c
Reviewed 24 July 2014

On a recent trip to Avoca, a place we have wanted to go for many years we came across Avoca Tours. I took a photo of it and it looks very nice. The village of Avoca is also known in film parlances as Ballykissangel. Worth...More

Thank Lewis K
Reviewed 3 October 2013

Went to Avoca because we love Ballykissangel.It is a tiny town and we took some good photos. We had a hurried lunch in Fitzgeralds and we wished we had not. I had burger and chips which were cold and my wife had fish and chips....More

1  Thank 24753loopy
Reviewed 30 July 2013 via mobile

Attracted as we drove by as appeared to offer activities suitable for our teenage children. What a disappointment this is an agency that refers you to others for these activities, we thought it was readily available. They had no activities available but could arrange some,...More

2  Thank SJ-arizona
avocatours, Owner at Avoca Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 August 2013

Dear SJ Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback regarding your experience with Avoca Tours. We are sorry that your experience was poor. Avoca Tours operates a transport service for group tours. For individuals, we provide guided walks, accommodation offers, panning for...More

Reviewed 2 June 2013

We had hoped to participate in a bicycle tour but were not able to do so. They went out of their way to offer other options and were extremely friendly. Outstanding customer service.

Thank Tracye C
Reviewed 25 July 2012

I am a avid Ballykissangel fan and this tour was terrific. Tom Kelly owned and ran Fitzgerald's during the filming and was the perfect (and fun!) tour guide. We started at one end of town and slowly walked to the other end, pausing numerous times...More

1  Thank Kathleen55057MN
Reviewed 24 July 2012

Thanks to Tony for a great weekend's walking, I was looking for something different to do with the kids before heading to Dublin. Great day on Saturday walking around Avoca, A walking history tour, even the kids took part in the questions. Sunday was Russborough...More

2  Thank Adrian H
Reviewed 25 August 2011

We went on an organised walking tour of the Avoca region taking in the mines/Mottee Stone and lots of beautiful scenery. Robert, our tour guide was really helpful, interesting and informed around the history of the area. It is a 7 mile walk starting and...More

Thank DublinHank
Reviewed 14 August 2011

We met at 1pm at the pub in Avoca. Sandwitches were handed to us and some water also. Tony Kelly, our guide explained the terrain of our forthcoming tour and we hit the road....walking. The first bit of the journey was tough but as we...More

2  Thank susan s
Reviewed 18 July 2011

Went on the Avoca 4 hour walking tour on Friday.Tony was our guide and he kept us entertained with his brilliant knowledge of the history in Avoca.Stunning views.The four hours passed like one hour.Tony didnt go too fast and stopped along the way to tell...More

3  Thank ballyerlas
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