From Ireland With Love | Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drives eBook

If you love to drive and love going on road trips, Ireland has some stunning drives, from The Wild Atlantic Way to the Military Road. Now this won’t be a post about my favourite drives but about a wonderful eBook by Chill Insurance called Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drives

The book features Ireland’s Top 3 Favourite Drives, as voted for by the public. I’m not going to spoil it and tell you what No. 1 is, but it’s pretty spectacular and deserves 1st place. You’ll just have to download the ebook for yourself to find out. Oh and guess what?! It’s FREE! Yes your vision is perfectly fine. No you’re not seeing things.

As well as the drives that were voted for by the public, the book includes contributions by some awesome bloggers, including yours truly 😁 We basically spill the beans on where we think is Ireland’s most beautiful drive. Of course being from Mayo there would be something seriously wrong with me if I didn’t pick the South Mayo Scenic Drive. I’ll let you read it for yourself but you have scenery and culture with this drive. I’ll tease you with this pic from the drive 😉


The eBook is also filled with great tips on maintaining your car and for driving in certain weather conditions. So if you fancy going on a road trip solo or with the family, significant other or friends, check out Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drives for inspiration ☺ Have you taken any of these drives? Do you have your own favourite drive in Ireland? Share your road trip stories with me. Happy driving!

Marteen x

Need some inspiration for an upcoming road trip around Ireland? Check out my review of the free e-book Ireland's Most Beautiful Drives by Chill Insurance. I'm also featured in it!

28 thoughts on “From Ireland With Love | Ireland’s Most Beautiful Drives eBook

  1. Congratulations on being included in the ebook! Ireland seems incredibly beautiful, and I would be pretty tempted to follow as many of the recommended drives as possible (just to get to experience the diversity of the area).

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    1. Thank you Patricia 😊 There are more than just what’s mentioned in the book. It would be difficult to choose which ones to do.


  2. Makes me sad that I can’t drive (medical reasons) because I feel like I’m missing out by not being able to do the ‘road trip’ thing. Perhaps I’ll have to find a driver friend and convince him/her that they want to take a trip!

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  3. Well done! I’ve just downloaded the ebook and had a glance – it’s made me so excited for our trip to Ireland next year. I think we’ll be changing our plans and hiring a car. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. I love going for road trip, I think it gives chances for us to see something that we won’t be able to see if we were going by flight or other transportation. 🙂 Plus, we can stop for anytime possible for taking photos and such. 🙂 I would love to go to Ireland one day!

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    1. Thank you Jacqui! 😊 I’m so glad it will be useful to you. If you need any info on where to go and what to do just drop me a line and I’ll do what I can to help 😊


  5. What a fabulous achievement, well done! I also love the fact that you’re from Ireland yourself. It makes me wonder what I was doing for the last 19 years before I decided to travel and work abroad. I’ve barely seen ANY of England, Britain, the United Kingdom….. it’s such a shame. I’ve made it my mission that before I’m 30 I will road trip this place and actually be able to talk about where I’m from at dinner parties (lol)… not to mention that I want to love where I’m from instead of always searching for something different, something more. ❤ Your love of Ireland really shines through!

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    1. Thank you Sarah! 😊 Being a tour guide I have to know my stuff on different places around Ireland but I do love exploring my country. That being said there is still so much of my country that I have to see. That sounds awesome Sarah! There’s this thing that we never do what’s right on our own doorstep anyway and different can be good also 😊


  6. Congartulations on being featured in this book! Ireland looks like an absolutely beautiful country, with so much history and culture. Despite being from Liverpool I’ve never visited. This will have to change!

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    1. Thank you Stephanie! And there’s such a strong connection with Liverpool and Ireland 😊 You’ll always be welcomed.


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