The Wild Atlantic Way comprising 2,500km of stunning coastline is Ireland's longest coastal touring route. From Donegal to Cork, explore the rugged beauty of the west. Wherever you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way you'll find treasures and gems and breathtaking scenery along the way. It’s inspiring, renewing, relaxing and invigorating! Enjoy..
Take in the majesty of Mullaghmore Head, Downpatrick Head and Keem Strand to name just a few as you travel from Donegal to Mayo along the Wild Atlantic Way. Prepare to be charmed and beguiled by the sights and sounds of the many landmarks and discovery points along the way.
For a full list of landmarks and discovery points along the Donegal to Mayo route click here
As you continue through the Wild Atlantic Way, the Mayo to Clare section of the route will offer up its own unique landscape for your pleasure.
The picturesque fjord of Killary Harbour, the patchwork of tiny lakes in the Derrigimlagh Bog, while the magnificent world renowned Cliffs of Moher in nearby Clare need no introduction. The wealth of scenic attractions on route is worth savouring.
For a full list of landmarks and discovery points along the Mayo to Clare route click here
Breaffy House Resort is the ideal stopover destination while experiencing the treasures and hiddden gems of the world famous Wild Atlantic Way. Located just outside Castlebar town and set on 101 acres, the resort consists of the 4 * Breaffy House Hotel and 3 * Breaffy Woods Hotel with only a 2 minute stroll between sister properties. With 101 acres of forest trails and woodland walkways, Breaffy House Resort is the perfect location to base yourself and explore the Wild Atlantic Way.
For more details please visit www.wildatlanticway.com