As any traveller worth their salt will know, the best way to experience a real taste of where you’re visiting is to dig out the hidden gems which are usually only known to locals. With 2500km of coastal road to explore, the Wild Atlantic Way offers a journey of discovery.
The small towns and villages which hug the rugged coastline are home to delightful cafes and bistros which showcase the best of Irish food and wine. Take your time to indulge in not only the stunning coast vistas, but also the delicious dishes served to locals and visitors alike.
Open your ears and you’ll hear the lilting tone of the traditional spoken Irish word and embrace your adventurous side and try the surf off the coast of Donegal and Sligo. Steeped in history are the sixth century monastic settlement on the stunning Skellig Michael in Kerry and there’s the chance to lose yourself in the romance of scenic Ards Forest Park.
With the opportunity to take in a ‘Signature Experience’, or simply go it alone, the Wild Atlantic Way is the epitome of all which Ireland has to offer.
Start planning how you’ll tackle the Wild Atlantic Way and download the PDF, 50 Secrets of the Wild Atlantic Way: Go where the locals go.