Out at the very edged of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretched 1500 miles alond Ireland's western seaboard. From Malin Head in Co Donegal to Kinsale in Co Cork, through regions like Connemara, Galway Bay and Kerry, it's the longest defined coastal drive in the world!
Here is just one of the experiences to savor on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way:
Circle Ireland's far north at Malin Head: There's drama out at Malin Head. The tip of the Inishowen Peninsula is mainland Ireland's farthest northerly point. The wild Atlantic has carved deep crevices into the rugged headland, like Hell's Hole - a dramatic long, deep and narrow chasm where the swells roar and churn. And birds flock here, blown in on the Atlantic winds: regular visitors from Iceland, Greenland and North America; and rarer exotic creatures from further afield. Mythical queen Banba has given her name to the peninsula's tip - Banba's Crown. It's here that guides from Cycle Inishowen will meet you for a 45-minute ride to stretch your legs in the fresh sea air, and learn about the area's wildlife, geology and history.
Travel to Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way with Celtic Tours World Vacations