Self Drive - Ireland
ideal time to visit: March to October
Vehicle: Car/Motorcycle that suits your needs with clear title
Arrive in Dublin
Driving Distance: 240 Kms
Departure: Dublin | Destination: Sligo. An opportunity to visit the Bru Na Boinne visitor centre. This is one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes dating back to the Neolithic period.
Driving Distance: 215 Kms
Departure: Sligo | Destination: Galway. Drive past Croagh Patrick - the holiest mountain in Ireland and an important site of pilgrimage. Also drive past Doo Lough Famine Memorial, a plain stone cross - a reminder of one of the blackest events in Irish history.
Driving Distance: 253 Kms
Departure: Galway | Destination: Tralee. Experience the adventure of the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland’s favourite visitor attraction… a geological beauty that runs for around 14 km! Experience the wildest of nature with majestic cliffs standing tall against a mighty sea.
Rest Day in Tralee. You can venture out to visit the various churches, the wetlands centre, Banna Strand beach or just relax at the Dingle Distillery or the Big Bhric Brewery, a mirco brewery and pub.
Driving Distance: 262 Kms
Departure: Tralee | Destination: Cork. Witness Skellig Michael, a rugged and rocky crag and visit Blarney Castle - kiss the Blarney Stone and gain the gift of eloquence!
Driving Distance: 310 Kms
Departure: Cork | Destination: Dublin. Take the scenic route to return to your starting point. Visit the Jameson Distillery on your way. Take some rest before your journey home, or go on to explore the gorgeous city of Dublin.