Mr Tayto's Bucket List: 6 unmissable things to see and do around Ireland this summer
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Mr Tayto's Bucket List has taken him to some of Ireland's must-see destinations and he wants you to follow in his footsteps!
If you've been keeping up to date with the latest news from Tayto HQ, you'll know that Mr Tayto is currently on something of a travel spree, ticking some of the world's wonders off his Bucket List.
After initial concerns that he was missing, the famous spud quickly resurfaced in Africa, followed by a glamorous trip stateside.
Having visited some world famous sites like Victoria Falls, Pride Rock, Route 66 and the Statue of Liberty, it now appears Mr Tayto is back on Irish soil, finishing his travels with the ultimate Irish road trip.
From West Cork to the Donegal coastline, the big spud is currently travelling around the country and ticking some of Ireland's hidden gems off of his Bucket List.
Check out his latest update below...
And if you'd like to follow in Mr Tayto's footsteps and embark on a road trip of your own, we've put together some Irish hidden gems to for you to explore this summer....
Slea Head Drive, Co. Kerry
Driving along one of Munster's most scenic routes, take in the stunning Wild Atlantic Way coastline, explore the natural beauty of the Dingle Peninsula and visit some incredible heritage sites along the way. This circular route starts and ends in Dingle village, the perfect spot to stop off for a bite to eat during your trip.
It wouldn't be right to tour the most iconic sites around Ireland without stopping off in the capital city. With so many of Ireland's top tourist attractions nearby, such as the Guinness Storehouse, Phoenix Park and Dublin Zoo, you're spoiled for choice with things to see and do. And if you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, Dublin Bay is well worth visiting too.
Boyeeghter Bay, Co. Donegal
If you're searching for the perfect sandy beach to relax and unwind on, Boyeeghter Bay in Co. Donegal is sure to tick all the boxes. Nestled on the Melmore Head peninsula and surrounded by cliffs, caves and hills, this sandy stretch of coastline is a must visit for any visitors to Donegal looking to go for a dip in the sea.
Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare
For stunning coastal trails and unrivalled scenic views of the Atlantic, there's no destination quite as stunning as the Cliffs of Moher. Rising to a height of over 700ft, the cliffs run along over 14km of coastline, so you can spend the entire day exploring this striking natural wonder.
Kinsale, Co. Cork
If you're touring the Wild Atlantic Way, Kinsale is the perfect coastal town to base yourself in during your trip. Kinsale has so much to offer in terms of restaurants, shops and historical sites, as well as loads of sandy beaches and scenic surrounds for you to explore during your stay.
Combining a huge selection of pubs and restaurants with easy access to the coast, a day in Galway city ticks all the boxes for staycationers. After stopping off for some grub in the city centre, you can stroll out to Salthill pier to relax and unwind by the Atlantic coast, before embracing the city's bustling nightlife scene.
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