Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic Way

Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way runs 2,400kms around the West coast of IrWAWFAlogo-coloureland from Donegal down to Cork. The Northern part of the route is one of the least travelled in the country so it’s possible to really truly get away from it all and it does feel like you are on the edge of the world!

Enjoy the taste of local produce, the sound of Gaelic spoken and see the unique landscape that the Atlantic Ocean has sculpted.


Meet the LocalsLocals

Meet the local food producers along the route, the accommodation providers.




Slieve League Cliffs in Donegal and the more famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare are amongst the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Their dramatic locations are battered by the Atlantic Ocean year round. Sit back and let us drive you along the Wild Atlantic Way.