Ireland’s 2,500km coastal driving route known as the Wild Atlantic Way stretches from the north of county Donegal to the southern tip of county Cork. These roads have always been favoured by locals and tourists alike for generations even before they became to be known collectively as The Wild Atlantic Way. The route offers truly spectacular Atlantic ocean vistas and places to visit. Over 150 of these locations have been officially categorised as Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points with a further 15 highlighted as Signature Discovery Points of special merit.
Our website is laid out with pages for each county along the coastal route showing a map and list of the Discovery Points in that county plus tours, activities, events, business listings and accommodation links for that county.
Our intrepid travel blogger Kate will bring your her personal take from her day trips and mini breaks along the route in Kate’s Road Trip Blog plus we post tourism developments and updates in our Latest News Blog.
If you would like to suggest a special must-see sight for Kate to visit please get in touch – Also if you have a business on The Wild Atlantic Way that you would like us to visit we would be delighted to do so and will review it for this website.
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