Hi Jenna, welcome to the forum!
It’s so exciting you’ll be visiting Ireland on your own. :D I’ve done a few solo trips on the island myself and it was awesome! I’m a big fan of driving around, I’d love to explore more of the Wild Atlantic Way. As you’ll be arriving in Rosslare, you could follow the ‘Copper Coast
’ towards the south west of Ireland. This is a beautiful drive, with cute villages along the way.
The Wild Atlantic Way starts in Kinsale, Co. Cork – you could follow parts of this route, north to Dingle or even Galway, depending on how much time you have. You’re just in the planning stages, so I recommend having a look at these sample itineraries
for some inspiration. If you decide to focus on the southeast, you shouldn’t forget to check out Ireland’s Ancient East
– a region with over 5,000 years of history, it’s jam-packed with tombs, castles and monastic ruins. And the scenery is pretty awesome, too! ;)
I hope this helps get you started, just give me a shout if you need more tips!
You could also have a look at similar questions posted by other members:
· Independent Self-Driving Holiday
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