Living in the United Kingdom, we are quite fortunate that our nearest neighbours France and Ireland are two spectacular countries to travel too. From the beautiful and historic villas in France to the friendly bed and breakfast accommodation in Ireland, we are really spoilt for choice as to where we can visit and stay. Here though, we concentrate on Ireland.
Travel to Ireland from the UK has never been more simple, with many budget airlines offering rock bottom prices, and frequent ferry services available. In the past, if one wanted to drive around Ireland, it may have been cheaper to take the car on the ferry, but now, it may be just as worthwhile flying, and then renting a vehicle whilst there.
Certainly, after a few days in Dublin, having some form of independent transport is the ideal way to experience the Emerald Isle. Some of the villages are simply delightful and the people welcoming and friendly.
Ireland is renowned for its beautiful countryside and thus a car is the ideal way to travel around and soak up the scenery. From ancient stone circles, to quaint churches and much more besides, it has much to offer the tourist.
If you have become bored of going to Spain for your holidays, then why not spend a week or two in Ireland and experience what it has to offer. It will leave you wanting more!