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Make a break for The Wild Atlantic Way!
Make a break for The Wild Atlantic Way!
Time to pack your bags! With so many destinations and experiences to choose from, Ireland has never felt bigger — so prepare to make a break for it on The Wild Atlantic Way.
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20 items, updated Sep. 2020
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Lisdoonvarna, Ireland
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Speciality Museums
Wild Atlantic Way The visitor centre is a fully interactive space where the story of Irish salmon is told, from its place in Irish mythology and history right up to the role salmon aquaculture plays in sustaining coastal communities in some of Ireland’s most remote rural locations.
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Donegal Town, Ireland
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Beaches
Wild Atlantic Way Boyeeghter Strand or Boyeeghter Bay, commonly known as Murder Hole Beach, is a beach situated on the Melmore head peninsula beside Downings in County Donegal, Ireland. It has cliffs, hills, dunes, and small caves.
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Killarney, Ireland
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National Parks
Wild Atlantic Way Killarney National Park, near the town of Killarney, County Kerry, was the first national park in Ireland, created when the Muckross Estate was donated to the Irish Free State in 1932.
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County Galway, Ireland
Wild Atlantic Way The Aran Islands are located just off Galway and Doolin. A true Irish experience awaits, locals speak Irish as well as English in a setting of Celtic churches of historical significance including World Heritage site Dun Aonghasa which is set on dramatic 300 ft cliff edge.
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108 reviews
Kinsale, Ireland
Hotel
Wild Atlantic Way Simply put, the Old Head of Kinsale in County Cork is one of Ireland’s most spectacular coastal areas. This large promontory juts out into the Atlantic Ocean, rising hundreds of feet above the water with towering sea cliffs.
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Goleen, Ireland
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Visitor Centres
Wild Atlantic Way Mizen Head is Ireland's most Southwesterly Point and a Signature Discovery Point on the Wild Atlantic Way.
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171 reviews
Cork, Ireland
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Public Transportation Systems
Wild Atlantic Way Originally opened in 1969, the Dursey Island cable car remains, to this day, the most used means of transport across the turbulent waters of the Dursey Sound and offers a truly singular experience. Ireland's only cable car and the only cable car that traverses open seawater in all of Europe, it is one of the great attractions of the island and people travel from far and wide to give it a go!
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County Kerry, Ireland
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Historic SitesIslands
Wild Atlantic Way The Skellig Islands are 12 km (8 miles) off the coast. However, they can be accessed by boat from Portmagee in South West Kerry. Skellig Michael rises from the sea, reaching a height of 218 metres above sea level.
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County Kerry, Ireland
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Islands
Wild Atlantic Way Over 1,100 acres of unspoiled largely mountainous terrain, the Great Blasket Island is approximately 4 miles long by 1/2 mile wide. Home to an abundance of wildlife and fauna, the Great Blasket Island is thriving with Irish history and life.
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County Clare, Ireland
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Geologic FormationsScenic Drives
Wild Atlantic Way There is something to offer everyone on the Loop Head Peninsula, be it walking, cycling, dolphin watching, bird watching, snorkelling in natural rock pools, relaxing in a seaweed bath, or catching your own fish for dinner! For the more adventurous, there’s windsurfing, paddle boarding, coasteering, sailing, horseback riding and plenty more exciting activities.
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Liscannor, Ireland
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Geologic Formations
Wild Atlantic Way You simply cannot travel to Ireland without paying a visit to Ireland’s top tourist attraction, the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher, situated in County Clare along the wild Atlantic Way. The Cliffs of Moher have majestically faced the Atlantic for over 350 million years and their beauty is incomparable – it is Ireland’s most visited tourist attraction and when you visit you will understand why.
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Kylemore, Ireland
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CastlesHistoric SitesGardens
Wild Atlantic Way Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden was originally built as a Castle in 1867 as a romantic gift, Kylemore Abbey and the surrounding mountains and lakes are steeped in history. Learn of tales of tragedy, romance, engineering initiatives and royal visits.
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Clifden, Ireland
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Lookouts
Wild Atlantic Way The Derrigimlagh/Marconi walking loop provides visitors with a five kilometre trail through an area of outstanding natural beauty within the Derrygimlagh bog complex. Visitors can can discover the stories of this famous site and it’s past history.
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Leenane, Ireland
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Boat Tours
Wild Atlantic Way Enjoy the unique Killary Fjord in North Connemara on this 90 minute sightseeing boat tour. Weather proof, wonderful views, cafe and bar on board.
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589 reviews
Achill Island, Ireland
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Bodies of Water
Wild Atlantic Way Keem Bay, at the western end of Achill Island, is one of the most picturesque bays in Ireland. It is accessible by road over a twisting clifftop route on the side of Croaghaun mountain.
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Ballycastle, Ireland
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Scenic Walking Areas
Wild Atlantic Way Sitting out in the wild Atlantic Ocean, Downpatrick Head is an area of unrivaled coastal beauty and historical importance.
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County Sligo, Ireland
Wild Atlantic Way Mullaghmore is a village on the Mullaghmore peninsula in County Sligo, Ireland. It is a holiday destination with a skyline dominated by Ben Bulben mountain.
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257 reviews
Carrick, Ireland
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Boat Tours
Wild Atlantic Way Don’t miss your opportunity to visit one of Ireland’s best kept secrets and a signature point on the Wild Atlantic Way. Located in south west Donegal along this magnificent costal driving route are Ireland’s highest Sea Cliffs, Sliabh Liag.
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359 reviews
County Donegal, Ireland
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Lighthouses
Wild Atlantic Way Standing between idyllic Lough Swilly and sandy Mulroy Bay, Fanad Head Lighthouse has been voted one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world.
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County Donegal, Ireland
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Points of Interest & Landmarks
Wild Atlantic Way Malin Head lies on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal, at the most northerly tip of the island of Ireland. It is the start (or end, depending on your point of view) of the Wild Atlantic Way and has long been renowned for its epic coastal scenery, thriving birdlife and historical curiosities.
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