That’s great news about your planned trip to Ireland next November, I’m sure you are looking forward to spending some time traveling around our beautiful country.
A good place to start would be the weather in Ireland
, and yes the days are shorter but usually calm and a walk on the beach is always a good way to spend the daylight hours. And when it gets dark, there are plenty of places to enjoy the evening in front of a welcoming fire
, enjoying the famous Irish hospitality.
As you are planning a road trip, then the Wild Atlantic Way
is a must drive. It takes in all the splendor of the rugged west coast all the way from County Cork in the South to County Donegal in the North of the Island. Along the way, there are numerous sites to stop and visit, the majority of them will still be open. Maybe you will get to see some Whales or Fungie the dolphin or enjoy any of the other wildlife
If you decide to go to the East of the country, then Ireland’s Ancient East
will have loads of things to see and do as you drive through the counties northwards. Wander through 5000 years of history, view the beautiful castles and spectacular coastline where the Vikings landed and looted the holy treasures.
And as you get to the top of the Island, Northern Ireland
has some fantastic attractions too, that will keep you busy all day and night. The Causeway coast
is another fantastic drive taking in the stunning and dramatic Giants Causeway
and for fans of the Game of Thrones
, there are plenty of filming locations that never close.
You might also wish to take a look at the following thread
on the forum about visiting in the Fall, as you might find it useful.
Enjoy your visit,