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  1. Clare's Atlantic Coastline Drive

    Ennis, Clare

    A north to south route along Clare's Atlantic coastline is a memorable journey. Marvel at the power of the Atlantic Ocean along this spectacular coastal route. Read more

  2. Military Road Drive Wicklow

    Glencree, Wicklow

    This Self Drive Tour runs in a north south direction beginning north of Glencree, with its German War Memorial and cemetery and former military barracks to Avhavannagh. Read more

  3. South & Mid-Kildare Touring Route

    Naas, Kildare

    The route traverses over through the middle and southern half of County Kildare. The visitor will experience many places of interest. Examples include visiting two heritage towns, one of Ireland’s largest visitor attractions and three racecourses and even the home town of 2002’s winner of Big Brother!!! Read more

  4. Ireland West Irish Islands Tour

    Galway City, Galway

    Experience Island life. This suggested tour visits coastal, inland, inhabited and uninhabited islands - you can visit all or choose a selection, depending on the time available.
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  5. West Cork Loop Drive

    Kinsale, Cork

    This looped drive begins and ends in the historic town of Kinsale and enjoys dramatic coastal scenery and rich natural scenic beauty. A distance of 264km. Read more

  6. Special Places Westmeath, Offaly and Laois

    Moate, Westmeath

    Of course the entire east coast and midlands of Ireland are a very special place. Read more

  7. St. Patrick’s Trail

    Carlow Town, Carlow

    St. Patrick’s Trail Read more

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  8. Roscommon - Rooskey Eastern Drive

    This driving route takes in Rooskey, Termonbarry, Lanesborough, Ballyleague, Roscommon,Tulsk and Strokestown. Distance is 65 kilometres (42 miles approx). Read more

  9. The Fore Trail

    Fore, Westmeath

    The starting point for this scenic and historical tour is the town of Mullingar. Taking the R394 route. 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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