Hit the road in Ireland 

Tourism Ireland; Chris Hill; Failte Ireland; Stefan Schnebelt

From wild stretches of untamed coastal cliffs and powdery white beaches to charming, cobble-paved villages and crumbling castles, Ireland offers stunning scenery from a distance and up close.


And what better way to explore every corner of this beautiful island than on a road trip? Whether you want to snake around the Wild Atlantic Way or get lost in history of Ireland’s Ancient East, we have the perfect road trip for you.


So rev up those engines and get ready to be inspired by these four epic routes that you can explore on four wheels.

Did you know? 

Malin Head is the most northerly point in the country. If you’re lucky, you may see the northern lights here in winter.

The Wild Atlantic Way spans 1,553 miles and crosses 9 counties. Click here to find out how best to explore this epic road. 

Glenveagh Castle has played host to many famous guests in its time, including Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin and Greta Garbo.

Did you know? 

Many locations across Ireland feature heavily in Game of Thrones® . You may recognise some of the surrounding places from the hit televesion series. 

Click here to find out how you can drive by these famous and stunning locations. 

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