I came across a free eBook from Chill Insurance this week. It’s about Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drives and I thought it might inspire some of you to plan a little stay-cation holiday here in Ireland before the summer’s over.
If you have a break in-between cancer treatments coming up, a weekend or a couple of days away in Ireland could be a lovely treat. I had a few week’s break after chemotherapy before my surgery last year and looking back now, it would have made a great opportunity for a little escape with my husband and my son, both of whom love a road trip. I didn’t have a huge amount of energy, so the idea of sightseeing from the passenger seat on one of these scenic drives in Ireland would have been just perfect.
Ireland is such a beautiful place. From stunning, scenic landscapes to cultural and historic cities, there really is something for everyone.
Chill Insurance asked over 400 Irish people to vote on their favourite drives in Ireland, including some of the most famous drives as well as some lesser-known routes. They also teamed up with some top bloggers who share their insights into Ireland’s most beautiful drives from their perspective, and also offer some top tips for staying safe whilst driving – whatever the Irish weather throws your way.
It’s all in this free ebook which you can download here.
So why not sit back, relax and begin to plan your next road trip around this stunning landscape of ours?
Check out just some of the beautiful pages…
A few years ago I brought a US colleague of mine to the Giant’s Causeway via the coastal driving route from Dublin – and that was truly breathtaking. In this eBook, the stunning Dingle Peninsula was voted Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drive. It’s been on my list for some time now, so I’m going to do my best to visit within the next six weeks or so and I’ll let you know how I get on.
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