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Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is a place like no other. Stretching for 2,500km along the Ireland’s Atlantic coastline from Donegal to West Cork, the world’s longest defined coastal touring route traverses an area of wild, raw beauty and dramatic coastline. Experience a stunning backdrop for the exploration of untamed land and seascapes.

From the breath-taking sea cliffs of Sliabh Liag in Donegal to the foodie mecca of Kinsale in Cork, the Wild Atlantic Way will leave you with life-long memories. The sheer beauty of the landscape and ocean immerses you completely so that from the very moment you arrive, your outlook changes and you start to embrace the whole nature of the place and live in the moment.

Walking along the Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare

Feel the bracing wind in your hair blow away those cobwebs during a scenic cliff-top walk. Stand back and take in the epic views from the top of majestic cliffs that are pounded by ocean waves, take a boat trip to view stunning bays and remote islands, or stroll along beautiful, far flung beaches where you might glimpse seals and dolphins.

Places along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way

(Sliab Liag Cliffs, Donegal; Seafood Dish, Kinsale, Cork; Dingle Town, Kerry; Puffin on Skellig Michael Island, off Galway Bay; Keem Beach, Achill Island, Mayo).

This region is a paradise for walkers, cyclists, adventure-sport lovers, surfers, rock climbers and divers. And there are so many ways to explore the region, whether it’s on horseback along the expansive beaches, cycling the rugged landscapes or driving along the splendour of the dramatic coastal roads that wind along this route.

Adventure along the Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, cycling the Aran Islands of Galway Bay

A visit to the Wild Atlantic Way is all about leaving behind the hectic pace of everyday life and celebrating everything that is good about life. This is the perfect place to relax, slow down and reconnect with the people and things that really matter to you. You will feel rejuvenated and energised and bring this feeling home with you!

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Posted: 21 Jul 2020 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

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