Top 3 Road Trips in July

So Summer is here, and what a great one it has been so far, so what better to do than pack up the car and take a leisurely road trip on one of Ireland’s most stunning roads.

ZEETEX IRELAND have chosen 3 of the most stunning roads in Ireland, that should be on everyone’s bucket list to drive at least once in their lifetime. Some of these roads are not the easiest drive, some rugged, mountainous and winding, but they make for a great adventure, with scenic views that would warm the heart of the hardiest man.

Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry drive is located on the Iveragh Peninsula in the southwest of Ireland in County Kerry and is part of the Wild Atlantic Way. This drive in all without any stops takes approximately 3.5hrs, but without a doubt you will want to stop many times along this majestic route. This is a drive that is worth being done at a leisurely pace, taking time to experience the local culture, vast scenery and the many amazing places that are worth visiting along the way. Some of the stunning places to stop along the way are Ladies View, The Gap of Dunloe, Skellig Ring, Derrynane Beach, Moll’s Gap and probably the most well known Skellig Michael (now known more famously as Star Wars Island). Whether the sun is shining or rain is falling  The Ring of Kerry is one of the most beautiful drives you will ever do in your lifetime. You can discover more at

The Causeway Coastal Route

The Causeway Coastal Route is 212 km of stunning scenery stretching along the rugged coastline of the Antrim Coastline from Belfast to Derry. This drive boasts some of the most amazing patchwork -quilt countryside, picturesque fishing villages, golden sands, towering cliffs and silent glens. Some of the stunning places to stop along the way are of course the world famous Giant’s Causeway, the striking 800-year-old Carrickfergus Castle, the unnerving Carrick–A–Rede rope bridge and cliff top sanctuary at Mussenden Temple and so much more.This is a drive that can be done in a day, but then you would you miss out on one of the most beautiful, magical and historical places in the world, and if it’s good enough for Game of Thrones… The Causeway Coastal Route has been hailed as one of the most scenic drives in the world  by

Boyne Valley Scenic Loop

The Boyne Valley Loop is a remarkable drive and probably one of the most historical drives you will have the pleasure of doing in Ireland. It measures approximately 220 km long and spans over 9,000 years of Irish history. This also is a drive that is worth taking your time on, as apart from the stunning scenery, there are 22 attractions to choose from along this route. Some of the most historical places to stop and visit along the way would be Newgrange which in particular is spectacular, having being built around 3200 BC, making it older than the pyramids, the Hill of Tara which according to legend was the seat of the High King and associated pagan clerics and druids, and the impressive Trim Castle one of Ireland’s most famous castles which hosted some of the filming of Mel Gibsons Braveheart. If it’s history you are looking for, this is the road to take.

To drive safely and in full comfort to these beautiful destinations, make sure your car is equipped with ZEETEX tyres. If you have babies or children on board and you are looking for ultra-silent tyres, check out ZEETEX HP 1000 whose serrations on the groove wall reduce pipe resonance noise making it an ultra-silent tyre.

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