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Wild Atlantic Way listed in top places to visit this decade

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way has been listed in the top places to visit this decade by global travel site Big 7 Travel. This is a wonderful accolade, yet will come as no surprise to anyone who has experienced this captivating coastal route.

What is the Wild Atlantic Way?

The Wild Atlantic Way is an exploration of 2,500 km of coastline with headlands, harbours, sandy beaches and breath-taking viewing points, encompassing the counties of Donegal, Leitrim, Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Cork. It is the longest defined coastal drive in the world. However, it should not just be considered as a driving route on the western coast of Ireland, but instead as an adventure that will bring you to the most memorable places that you could have only ever dreamed of.

Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

What to see

There are countless stunning places to see, such as Sliabh Liag in County Donegal, which boasts some of the highest and most impressive marine cliffs in Europe. The views across the Atlantic Ocean are outstanding! Another is Skellig Michael Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site in County Kerry. A ferry ride, which in itself is an adventure, will take you over to the island where Christian monks built a hermitage in the 6th Century. The island is steeped in history, with its ancient ruins, and the panoramic views are pretty spectacular too.

Skellig Michael along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

No matter where your interest lies, there is something for everyone on the Wild Atlantic Way. From outdoor adventure and endless sandy beaches, to scenic peninsulas and historical sites, everyday will create a unique memory.

Where to stay

Bed and Breakfast homes make the ideal base for exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and we have 400 of them nestled in all the right locations to enhance your trip. B&B hosts will be there to offer you the best of Irish hospitality and provide a fountain of knowledge in relation to their region. They’ll advise on what to see and do, so you can get on with relaxing and enjoying your surroundings. Hosts know the best traditional pubs for a tasty lunch or evening music session and the finest local restaurants that serve the freshest of Irish seafood.

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Stay in a Bed & Breakfast in Ireland

Types of B&B Homes

We have quality-assured Bed and Breakfast homes located in village, town, city and countryside locations on the Wild Atlantic Way. Prices range from €35 - €45 depending on the time of year that you visit. Breakfast is included in your stay, providing great value for money. When you book online with B&B Ireland, you are not just booking a bedroom, but a unique experience that will make your trip to Ireland an extra special one.

Wild Atlantic Way Bed & Breakfasts

Posted: 16 Jan 2020 by Claire Regan | with 2 comments

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Claire
I hope you get to return again soon. 😊
18/08/2020 10:35:51
 
Jesus Gonzalez Fernandez
I agree with the comments. I know the Wild Way coast at Kerry Co. And it s really incredible
18/08/2020 10:30:01
 
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