There are no wrong turns in Ireland
Driving on the island of Ireland’s gently winding roads, you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve strayed into a breathtaking watercolour.
The roads of the island dip and weave through a fantasy landscape where valleys, hills and coastal enclaves come blanketed in beauty: picture the royal purple heather of the Sally Gap as it straddles a bright blue Wicklow sky; the glimmering emerald greens of the Glens of Antrim as they hug the Causeway Coast; and the shimmering Fermanagh lakes as they twist and turn and glisten with idyllic tranquillity.
Keep your eyes – and your heart – open as you may well fall in love with what you discover around the next corner.
The wind-whipped Atlantic view from the towering Cliffs of Moher in County Clare; that elegant turn in the River Shannon; or the mist that settles at the foot of the Mourne Mountains in County Down all crackle with the first glimpse of an Ireland love affair.