The Wild Atlantic Way
Dramatic and rugged, the Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500km driving route along Ireland's west coast. See the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare or the towering sea cliffs at Slieve League in Donegal. Take a boat to the Aran Islands or visit the quieter island of Inishbofin. Explore the beaches, ancient sites and villages of County Kerry's Dingle Peninsula or tour the backroads on the Beara Peninsula, County Cork. Whether you take three days or three weeks, the Wild Atlantic Way is full of adventure.