Leaving Kilkenny we head for Cashel where you will be awestruck by the spectacle of the Rock of Cashel, time for a photo stop and a bit more history as we make our way to Cork City. We tour Cork visiting highlights such as Blarney, home to the beautiful Blarney Castle with the famous blarney stone, if you are brave enough to kiss it you will, it is said receive the gift of eloquent speech! Visiting Cobh, the last port of call for The Titanic which left in 1912 and where two and a half million Irish people immigrated to USA, Canada, Australia and all over the world. You can visit The Titanic Experience and do the tour if you wish while in Cobh, it is reasonably priced and you receive your ticket with one of the actual passenger’s names on it as a souvenir, are you brave enough to see what your fate would have been had you stepped on board the Titanic……Also you can see in the distance Spike Island, which was once the largest prison in the world housing 2,300 prisoners. Now a heritage site which has over the centuries been the site of monastic settlements, penal colonies and military bases and recently finished second at The World Travel Awards 2017 in ‘The World’s Leading Tourist Attraction’ category! A ‘must see’ on the itinerary, a boat trip to the Island can be arranged locally if you wish. Cork is where you spend this night allowing you to explore the huge selection of restaurants all stocked by the beautiful local produce from the surrounding areas, a true foodie heaven!