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Come face to face with some of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way for a spectacular road trip made up of cliffs, castles and characters. There are many culinary delights to discover and friendly locals to meet.
Exploring Ireland is easy. In the countryside the roads are excellent, well signposted and largely toll free. Distances between towns are short and driving is on the left hand side of the road, same as in New Zealand.
Day 1: Dublin – Wicklow (64km)
Explore the Wicklow Mountains National Park bursting with beauty. Visit the 6th century Glendalough Monastic Site and walk a trail through this spectacular site, carved out in an Ice Age.
Day 2: Wicklow – Wexford – Waterford (146km)
Travel down the coast and see where Vikings made their mark in Ireland - looting monasteries, fighting kings for treasures and taking Irish people as slaves.
Day 3: Waterford – Killarney – Cahir (113km)
Kilkenny is the third point of the Viking triangle, medieval and modern, wander down a laneway and you never know what century you’ll end up in. After exploring Cashel rest your head in historic Cahir.
Day 4: Cahir – Cork – Killarney (186km)
From Cork visit Blarney Castle and the legendary Blarney Stone.
Day 5: Killarney – Dingle Peninsula – Dingle (65km)
Pass through the rugged countryside with beautiful lakes and mountain scenery on your way to Dingle Peninsula. Dingle is a charming town with brightly painted pubs and shops and great seafood restaurants.
Day 6: Dingle – Limerick – Doolin – Galway (154km)
Drive through The Burren to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, then to Doolin, the traditional music capital of Ireland and end your day in Galway.
Day 7: Galway – Dublin (208km)
Explore the city on a foodie walking tour before returning to Dublin.
Customise this itinerary to travel at your own pace.
Continue north to add on the Causeway Coastal Route.
Image credit: Tourism Ireland