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Wild Atlantic Way Signature Points

If you have ever thought about visiting Ireland, but not sure what kind of holiday you want; well the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route may just be what you are looking for. It is an exploration of a 2,500km long coastline dotted with headlands, harbours, sandy beaches and breath-taking viewing points. The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal drive in the world, but don’t worry - it doesn’t have to be completed all in the one holiday. 

  • Donegal

    It would be impossible to visit Donegal and not be captivated by it. A county of rugged natural beauty, breath-taking views and a coastline that stretches for 557km!

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  • Mayo to Clare

    This strip of the driving route is approximately 527km in length and takes in three signature points, Killary Harbour, Derrygimalagh Bog and the Cliffs of Moher.

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  • Clare to Kerry

    Along this 541km strip, Loop Head, Blaskets View and Skellig Michael are the three chosen signature points to visit on this, the fourth route section of the Wild Atlantic way.

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  • Kerry to Cork

    The fifth and final route section of the Wild Atlantic Way and the three significant points along this strip are Dursey Island, Mizen Head and The Old Head of Kinsale.

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