Wild Atlantic Way
What is the Wild Atlantic Way?
The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland's first long-distance touring route, stretching 2,500kms along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork.
You can explore the Wild Atlantic Way via the official website: https://www.wildatlanticway.com/home
and for further information explore the resources below...
Download the Official Wild Atlantic Way Map here
Our route takes us from Dublin to Cork, Killarney, around the Killarney lakes to Moll's Gap then on to Inch Beach and Dingle. After a tour around the Dingle peninsula (where Star Wards was filmed) we head on to the Conor Pass, Tralee and the Tarbert-Killimer Ferry. After the ferry joinery we head to Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher, then on to Ballyvaughan, the Ailwee Cave and onto Dunguaire Castle in Kinvara. Next we head north to Galway city then out through Connemara to Clifden and along the coast to Westport before circling back to Galway and hitting the motorway back to Dublin.
On each night (if you opted for the inclusive accommodation ticket) you will have a single room of your own with breakfast included. Several of the hotels have leisure centres and pools.
Cork : Oriel House Hotel https://www.orielhousehotel.ie
Killarney : Hotel Killarney https://www.hotelkillarney.ie
Dingle : The Dingle Skellig Hotel https://www.dingleskellig.com
Galway : The Maldron Hotel https://www.maldronhotelsandyroadgalway.com