The Wild Atlantic Way

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Did you know that? Ireland is known for its Wild Atlantic Way, or “Wild Coast”, which is one of the longest coastal routes in the world! With its 2500km, this route runs along the whole of the Irish west, and offers some of its most beautiful landscapes! Wild bays, beaches, cliffs plunging into the sea… You will be fascinated by these sumptuous panoramas!

The Wild Atlantic Way

A coastal road rich in wild landscapes!

The Irish Wild Coast extends from County Antrim to County Kerry and runs along the entire west coast of Ireland.

Praised by lovers of wilderness and maritime landscapes, the tour is usually done by car, bus or bicycle. But the more courageous will surely try a little walk, and enjoy the intoxicating open air of the Irish coasts!

Visitors are accustomed to travel this route by car, with B&B and rental car. A great trip, if you like nature 100% wild, where you can hike, swim (provided you like cold water), and admire some of the most beautiful sights of the country!

Among the most beautiful sites to see, we recommend you :

The scenery is stunning and will give you a rather complete picture of what the wild Ireland has to offer! Megaliths, lighthouses, beautiful bays and cliffs are some of the most beautiful sites on the tour!

The Wild Atlantic Way
Practical information

Address Address:
from County Donegal to County Kerry.

Coordonnées GPSGPS:
54.480600, -8.277452

The Wild Atlantic Way : the map