Driving routes

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The Wild Atlantic Way - a world-famous coastal route that spans seven of Ireland's counties - is waiting for you this autumn. Stretching from Donegal to Cork, the Wild Atlantic Way makes for the perfect driving route, so browse each section to start planning your trip.

More on the Wild Atlantic Way
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Take your choice of a selection of classic driving routes, where raw landscape, cultural treats and charming villages surprise you at every turn.

Kildare Wicklow Grand Tour
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Take to the open road this spring, with a driving tour in the beautiful Boyne Valley. The valley is the perfect target for drivers eager to see some famous Irish sights, from Newgrange to Slane Castle.

Boyne Valley Drive

Self-drive routes

This spring, discover Ireland by car to truly get off the beaten track. The open road beckons, with a wealth of great attractions out there to inspire your itinerary.

Stay in control of your own journey and allow yourself the freedom to make unscheduled stops to uncover hidden gems - that's what discovering Ireland is all about.

Follow the stunning Kildare Wicklow Grand Tour route for a mix of bracing coastal runs, wild mountain passes and pit-stops at Palladian mansions. The Wild Atlantic Way coastal route stretches from Donegal to Cork and takes in some breathtaking Irish sights along the way. Or try the Boyne Valley Drive to sample some historical landmarks, from Newgrange to Slane Castle.

Browse our listings to start planning your trip. Wherever you go, the winding roads of Ireland will provide you with memories you'll never forget.

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