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Passports at the ready, the Wild Atlantic Way awaits!

Keepsake Wild Atlantic Way Passport

Travel along the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland and you will make the most amazing memories that will last a life time. But not only will you have your memories and photos to remind you of your time in the west of Ireland, you will also be able to obtain a keepsake passport as well!

Get it stamped!

On sale in Post Offices along the Wild Atlantic Way, you will be able to track your progress as you visit some 188 discover points along the way. The 2,500km coastal route, is the longest defined coastal drive in the world and due to its length, you may want to complete it in stages. With the €10 passport, you will be able to collect unique official stamps at the local Post Office to log your visit to each discovery point. Then, on your next trip to Ireland, you can pick up where you left off and eventually you will have a completed passport, stamped in every discovery location you have visited. 

Captivating

Passports at the ready for the Wild Atlantic WayThe Wild Atlantic Way is truly captivating where you will visit some of the most breath-taking areas of natural scenic beauty. You will be met with beautiful headlands, harbours, sandy beaches, spellbinding viewing points along with a host of fabulous restaurants, pubs and friendly people.  And although you’ll be visiting Ireland with one passport, you can now leave with two! Now, even that’s a memory in itself.

Passports at the ready, the Wild Atlantic Way awaits and it won’t disappoint!

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Posted: 01 Jun 2016 by Claire Regan | with 0 comments

Tags: Passport, Travel, Wild Atlantic Way

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