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3 Of Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drives

Looking for something to do this weekend? Then check out the Chill Insurance list of Ireland’s most beautiful drives. Here’s three of the best.

Ireland is known to be one of the best countries in the world for taking a road trip. It holds lots of beautiful hidden drives that would be perfect for thrill-seekers. It’s always important to plan your road trip in advance so you can find all of the beautiful drives that are hidden away.

This post will offer details of some of the most picturesque views Ireland has to offer. You can also check out this free eBook by Ireland’s leading car cover provider Chill Insurance about some of Ireland’s most beautiful drives.

Here’s three examples of Ireland’s most beautiful drives.

Causeway Coast

This gorgeous scenic drive is 47 miles and takes you to some amazing sites such as the Blessington Lakes, the Sally Gap Mountain, Wicklow Mountains and the famous medieval monastic settlement of Glendalough.

This drive can start in Blessington town and offers many picturesque views, lakes, villages, and mountains. You will also pass Lough Tay where the famous series of Vikings was filmed.

Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the world’s longest coastal touring drives. It is 2500km long and travels along the Irish West coast from Donegal to Cork.

On this route, you will encounter the wonders of nature, the picturesque ocean, and the stunning countryside. Throughout this drive, you will pass some spectacular places such as traditional villages, pubs, restaurants, castles and ancient historical sites.

Sheep’s Head in County Cork

Sheep’s Head in County Cork is located on the south coast of Ireland. This is the perfect drive to explore the wild scenery and coastal views. You can also take a break from the car and venture off onto the footpath where you will encounter some of Ireland’s treasures such as pass overs, sea arches, and a ruined 17th Century castle.

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This article is written in collaboration with Chill Insurance