Donegal / Inishowen Tour
From the wind-whipped tip of Malin Head to the safe haven of Kinsale Harbour, wrap yourself in the wilderness of the west coast of Ireland on the world's longest defined coastal touring route.
The Wild Atlantic Way is a sensational journey of soaring cliffs and buzzing towns and cities, of hidden beaches and epic bays. So whether you tour it from end to end, or dip into it as the mood strikes, it's going to be a once in a lifetime experience.
Northern Headlands. Rocky, Remote, Romantic, Beneath skies streaked with Northern Lights, follow the curve of the coast from this island's northernmost point at Malin Head, past lonely Fanad Head Lighthouse to the sweeping Slieve League cliffs.
Surf Coast. Wave riding thrill seekers and sensitive souls alike lose their hearts to the Surf Coast, where pounding waves and poetic silence exist side by side. From Mullaghmore and Downpatrick Head to Yeats Country and beyond, prepare to be inspired.
Bay Coast. Secluded beaches? Check. Indigo waters? Check. Sheep-spotted hills? Check. Keem Strand, Killary Fjord and Derrigimlagh Bog weave between Mayo and Galway in a bountiful display of Ireland's inherent beauty. The Bay Coast has been waiting for you.
Cliff Coast. This is where the island's most improbable landscapes meet. Some were shaped by the Ice-Age, others resemble the moon, and all are worthy of pilgrimage. Take in the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and The Burren, in all their weather-beaten splendour.
Southern Peninsulas. The five great peninsulas of the southwest knit together like a finely tuned melody. Answer the mysterious call of the deserted Blasket and Skellig Islands, or see if you can spy Mizen Head on the horizon from the Dursey cable car
Haven Coast. Stories of siege cling to the salty air at the Old Head of Kinsale. Once a Viking trading post and medieval fishing port, gourmet food and whale-watching cruises now reign supreme. You'll leave with a sea shanty in your heart.
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