Embark on a legendary journey around Ireland

Ireland's Ancient East

Ireland’s Ancient East

Embark on a legendary journey around Ireland

Take to the road in Ireland and discover an island of beautiful landscapes, dramatic coastlines, traditional music and heartfelt welcomes.

The Causeway Coastal Route

Often regarded as ‘one of the world’s great road journeys’, the Causeway Coastal Route will take you on an epic journey past dramatic cliff-top castles, charming little villages and vast-white sand beaches. Recently selected as number one region in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2018, this spellbinding route, stretching from Belfast to Derry~Londonderry, includes attractions such as the UNESCO listed Giant’s Causeway, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Ireland’s oldest working distillery, Old Bushmills.
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The Wild Atlantic Way

Wrap yourself in the wilderness of the Wild Atlantic Way and be prepared for some unforgettable encounters. Stretching the length of Ireland’s rugged west coast from Donegal in the north to West Cork in the south, this 2500km coastal touring route is a sensational journey of soaring cliffs and epic bays, of traditional culture and buzzing cities. Explore majestic sites such as the Slieve League cliffs and the Burren; stop-off at the many bars and restaurants to sample the fresh seafood and listen to traditional music; or simply take time-out time to savour the stunning landscapes and coastal vistas.
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Ireland’s Ancient

EastFrom dramatic medieval castles, to Stone Age passage tombs older than the Pyramids; Ireland’s Ancient East is a thrilling journey through 5,000 years of history, brought to life by some of the best story-tellers in the world. One minute you’ll be meandering through a medieval castle, the next you’ll be in a cosy local pub listening to the locals trading tall tales. Spanning 17 counties, this touring region offers a fascinating insight into Ireland’s rich history and includes must-see attractions such as Brú na Bóinne, Glendalough, Clonmacnoise, The Rock of Cashel and Kilkenny Castle.
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