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  1. A drive through County Offaly

    Birr, Offaly

    The bogs and mountains of Offaly placed it ' beyond the Pale ' - outside the dry and fertile land to the east which the Anglo - Normans had successfully colonised. Read more

  2. North Offaly One Day Tour

    Tullamore, Offaly

    The starting point of this tour is Tullamore, which is on the N80 and N52 routes. Read more

  3. The Shannon Estuary Drive

    Bunratty, Clare

    The scenic drive along the N69 takes you from Limerick City to North Kerry following the southern coastline of the Shannon Estuary, a magnificent stretch of tidal water. Read more

  4. Co Galway – The Southern Drive

    Galway City, Galway

    Taking in Galway, Kinvara, Ardrahan, Gort and returning to Galway. A distance of 80km (50 miles), approximately. Read more

  5. Tipperary Drive

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    Some of Ireland’s finest farmland is in County Tipperary and in Celtic times good farms were the source of wealth and power. Read more

  6. Connemara - The Valley Drive (pink route)

    Clifden, Galway

    Taking in Clifden, Inagh Valley, Killary Harbour and Maam Valley. A distance of 100km (62 miles), approximately. Read more

  7. Slieve Bloom Scenic Glendine Route

    Kinnitty, Offaly

    All outdoor lovers will appreciate a visit to the Slieve Blooms as they offer breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. Enjoy uninterrupted views and lush countryside on this drive. Read more

  8. Ballintubber to Lanesborough Tour

    Castlerea, Roscommon

    This tour heads west out of Roscommon town, continues north in a clockwise direction and loops back into Roscommon from the ast. Read more

  9. Lough Allen Tour (yellow route)

    Drumshanbo, Leitrim

    Taking in Drumshanbo, Ballinaglera, Dowra, Drumkeerin and returning to Drumshanbo. A distance of 46km (28miles) approximately. Read more

  10. Medieval Ireland Meath and Louth

    Trim, Meath

    Castles, gothic architecture and villages arrived in Ireland towards the end of the 12th century – and stayed that way for the next five hundred years. Read more

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