Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic Way

Traveling the 1,500 miles of the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) is a serious task. From the headlands in the north to the haven coast in the south, this drive takes in all of Ireland’s beautiful western coastline, and it’s a remarkable trip. Launched in 2014, this marked drive is only in its infancy, but it has already made waves. In this short time it has become a favorite among tourists whether they're from Dublin or Dallas. The beauty along WAW is truly WOW.

  1. Cliffs at Sunset

    $29.00
    The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare stretch for five miles and are a natural marvel. As the sheer cliffs drop to the rough Atlantic below, the wild ocean wins the battle against the land. The results are magnificent, particularly at sunset. Learn More
  2. Skellig Michael

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    What have Luke Skywalker and puffins got in common? They both like to hide away on Skellig Michael! This little island in the wild Atlantic was home to a Christian monastery in the 6th century, but now it's a UNESCO world heritage site. The island was used by Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: Episode VIII.

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  3. Lough Derg

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    Lough Derg is one of Ireland's most beloved lakes. Situated on the River Shannon, it is shared by three counties: Clare, Tipperary, and Galway. Its the perfect place to go boating, jet skiing, or just to hang out.

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  4. Slea Head

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    Dunmore and Slea Head, located at Ireland’s most westerly point, welcome the wild Atlantic Ocean to Kerry. This rugged headland on the Dingle Peninsula captures the unmistakable beauty of Ireland.

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  5. Aran Cottage

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    Ask any modern Dubliner where they think the nostalgic, old Ireland still exists and they will probably tell you The Aran Islands. These little Islands are the home of the Aran Sweater, comedy TV Show Fr. Ted and the Gaeilgeoir or native Gaelic speakers. This little cottage is the typical home on the Island, in keeping with its surroundings, whitewashed, traditional yet with a modern twist. The traditional thatched roof is expensive and requires a lot of maintenance so this family has opted for a slate roof. Even with this updated look, nestled in the stone walls of the Aran islands this places looks like time has stood still. Learn More
  6. Surfers on Inch

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    At Inch Beach, County Kerry the mountains run from the surf to the clouds. It is the perfect place to take on the wild Atlantic Ocean.

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  7. Dunquin Harbour

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    The gateway to the Blasket Islands is known for its winding, steep, narrow road over the Atlantic Ocean and its beautiful views. Dunquin is also most westerly settlement in Europe. You'll have to get your next pint in America!

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  8. Dunguaire Castle

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    Dunguaire Castle, County Galway was built by the O’Hynes family in the 1520. It sits on a quiet inlet of Galway Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way. This is the perfect place to protect your land and family from troublesome neighbors.

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    Sheep Crossing

    Sheep Crossing

    Regular Price: $29.00

    Special Price $24.65

    Sheep make driving on Irish country roads a little nerve-wracking! Unpredictable and oblivious, these sheep are just going about their business on the Wild Atlantic Way.

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  10. Ring of Kerry

    $29.00

    The Ring of Kerry is a drive around the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry. This has been a popular drive for tourists and natives alike long before the Wild Atlantic Way was even dreamt about. If you know someone who loves narrow roads and white-knuckle driving, this is the place for them... Why not get a stick shift to add to the adventure?

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