The Wild Atlantic Way,is one of the longest coastal routes in the world. It winds its way for 1600 miles along the Irish west coast from Derry in the north and ending in the town of Kinsale in the south. From sheer cliffs that plunge into crashing Atlantic waves to remote, weather-beaten islands, the wild defines this coastline.
Tucked away in little villages and towns that snuggle into the coastline are delightful cafés and restaurants, where you can indulge in your passion for good food and great wine. Maybe you will hear a few words of Irish spoken along the way in Ireland’s Gaeltacht (Irish speaking regions) or reignite your passion for life while surfing on magnificent waves off the coast of Co Clare.
Every corner and coastal crevice reveals something truly beautiful, breathtaking or unusual. If you time it right you may get to see the spectacular Cliffs of Moher just as they’re lit by the rays of the setting sun – arguably the best-ever view of this famous landmark.
The Cliff Coast – it's nothing short of epic. At its centre is Co Clare with the stunning Cliffs of Moher and the picturesque village of Doolin.
The Bay Coast, a kaleidoscope of raw landscapes where land and water collide between Erris and Galway Bay.
Foaming seas, staggering cliffs, ancient constructs – experience the awe inspiring views of Ireland's Southern Peninsulas.