How long does it take to drive Ireland top to bottom?

How long does it take to see all of Ireland?

Ten days is just enough time to visit the highlights of Ireland, including Dublin, the Rock of Cashel, Galway, the Cliffs of Moher, the Dingle Peninsula, and Northern Ireland. It’s an amazing trip, but expect to have busy, action packed days.

How long does it take to drive from north to south Ireland?

North to south, it’s 486 km (302 miles) long and 275 km (171 miles) wide, going east to west. You can drive from Malin Head, the most northerly point, to Mizen Head, the most southerly point, in less than eight hours. If you drove from Moscow to Vladivostok in Russia that would take 115 hours.

Can you drive around Ireland in a week?

With a week it is possible to go from the capital Dublin and spend some time driving along the west coast. Seven days give you enough time to visit the highlights of Ireland with a little flexibility to see more off-the-beaten-path stops as well.

What is the longest drive in Ireland?

The Wild Atlantic Way, 1600 miles (2600 km) in length, is one of the longest defined coastal routes in the world. It winds its way all along the Irish west coast from the Inishowen Peninsula in the north down to the picturesque town of Kinsale, County Cork, in the south.

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Is 2 weeks in Ireland enough?

Keri, The two weeks depends on whether you are on a vacation or a driving marathon. If you want a vacation then two weeks is not nearly long enough, if you want to spend most of your time driving then the two weeks is fine. A trip of two weeks should include some time in the north of Ireland.

Is it hard to drive around Ireland?

Driving in Ireland is not difficult , but you may want to rent an automatic car rather than one with a stick shift. Yes, it is more expensive, but the convenience is worth it if you’re not used to driving on the left.

Where is the very bottom of Ireland?

Malin to Mizen (or Mizen to Malin) is the traversal of the whole length of the island of Ireland between two extremities in the southwest and north from Mizen Head (Ireland’s most southerly point in County Cork) to Malin Head in County Donegal.

How long does it take to cycle Ireland?

It never does rain. Yet even if it had, this wouldn’t have dampened the freewheeling insouciance of a 12-day, end-to-end cycle traversing the entire length of Ireland’s Atlantic west coast: 1,050 kilometers from the southernmost point at Mizen Head to its most northerly outcrop at Malin.