The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal drive in the world, and for those of you looking to experience the natural beauty of Ireland, and the breathtaking scenery of the coastline, this is a journey for you.
Mizen Head stretches out dramatically into the swirling Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can still climb the 99 steps supplemented by a series of paths and viewing platforms that were part of the original access route to the old signal station turned museum, a weather station, and a lighthouse.
Loop Head is the most westerly point of County Clare, on Ireland’s Atlantic coast. Loop Head is full of panoramic cliff views, abundant local seafood, your choice of aquatic activities, and plenty of quiet beauty spots where you can pause and wonder at this unforgettable part of the world.
Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher are sea cliffs located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region in County Clare, Ireland. They run for about 14 kilometres.
Doolough Valley, County Mayo
Doo Lough Pass is a spectacular setting near Doo Lough between Mweelrea Mountain and the Sheeffry Hills in County Mayo.
Sliabh League Cliffs, County Donegal
A signature point on the Wild Atlantic Way which is located in south west Donegal along this magnificent costal driving route are Ireland’s highest Sea Cliffs, Sliabh Liag.
You find this incredible and inhabited island on the tip of the Beara Peninsula in County Cork. Historically, there were three villages on the Dursey island and visitors can still see and explore the mystical remains.