Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Loop Head, Co. Clare
With the Atlantic on one side and the River Shannon on the other, at Loop Head in Co. Clare you can discover a different rugged side to the Wild Atlantic Way.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Dursey Island, Co. Cork
Discover Dursey, Co. Cork by travelling across on the cablecar, the lifeblood of the island.
Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way - Blaskets View Signature Point - Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
Experience one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world. Wherever you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way you’ll find magic, adventure, history and beauty in abundance.
Wild Atlantic Way - Derrigimlagh Signature Point
The townland of Derrigimlagh in Connemara, Co. Galway - one of the most magnifiicent lowland blanket bogs in Europe, right beside the sea. Feelings of awe and wonder will overcome you here in the west of Ireland, the spot chosen by Marconi with views right across the Atlandtic Ocean
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Downpatrick Head, Co. Mayo
Lose yourself and connect with nature at Downpatrick Head in Co. Mayo. Legends of St. Patrick, giants and many more mysteries waiting to be discovered. Feel alive as you stroll or climb some of the highest cliff walks in Europe
Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way - Fanad Head, Co. Donegal
North Coast of Ireland - rural Donegal, where old meets wild and the sea meets the land. Discover the magnificent sea stacks and Fanad Lighthouse, one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Keem Strand, Co. Mayo
Achill - also referred to as 'the end of the world' - where you can experience the wild mountains, valleys and hills of Co. Mayo.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Killary Harbour, Co. Galway
Rediscover yourself in the rugged and inspiring Connemara, where Galway and Mayo meet - peace, purity and nature - a little piece of heaven in the west of Ireland.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Malin Head, Co. Donegal
Discover the very top of Ireland at Malin Head, Co. Donegal. The tip of the Inishowen peninsula.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Mizen Head, Co. Cork
Ireland's most south westerly point - Mizen Head in Co. Cork.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Mullaghmore Head, Co. Sligo
The magnificent Mullaghmore Head in Co. Sligo.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – Old Head of Kinsale, Co. Cork
Discover the beauty of Kinsale in Co. Cork and the magnificent Old Head.
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way - Skelligs View, Co. Kerry
Eight miles off Kerry’s magnificent Iveragh Peninsula – where Ireland’s highest mountain range sweeps down to the wild Atlantic coast – is one of the wonders of the world: Skellig Michael. 1300 years ago, early Christian monks built a remarkable hermitage at the top of this jagged ocean crag – then at the furthest limits of the |known world. . This extraordinary, far-flung place of pilgrimage – described by George Bernard Shaw as “part of our dream world” – is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.