Wild Atlantic Way

Embark on an unforgettable journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, a 2,500km route that showcases the beauty of Ireland’s western coastline. As you traverse this scenic route, you will be greeted by stunning vistas of white sandy beaches and shimmering waves that stretch as far as the eye can see. Make your way to over 180 Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points, where you can immerse yourself in the rich local stories and history that define this captivating region.

Experience the raw power of the Atlantic Ocean as it crashes against towering sea cliffs, creating a symphony of sound and spray that will leave you in awe. Take leisurely strolls along expansive beaches, feeling the soft sand beneath your feet and the salty breeze in your hair. As the sun dips below the horizon, witness the sky come alive with hues of pink and orange, painting a picture-perfect backdrop for flocks of birds gracefully gliding across the pastel canvas. Each day along the Wild Atlantic Way is a new chapter waiting to be written, filled with moments of magic and wonder that will stay with you long after your journey ends.

Enniscrone, Co Sligo

Enniscrone, located on the picturesque shores of Killala Bay in County Sligo, is a vibrant seaside resort known for its stunning 5km stretch of fine sandy beach bordered by majestic sand dunes. This charming coastal town offers a perfect retreat for beach lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, with plenty of opportunities for relaxation and recreation. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks along the shore, sunbathe on the golden sands, partake in water sports like surfing or kayaking, or even try their hand at fishing in the bay. Enniscrone’s lively atmosphere and beautiful natural surroundings make it an ideal destination for a peaceful getaway or a fun-filled family vacation.

Mullaghmore Head, Co Sligo

Mullaghmore Head, nestled between Cliffoney and Grange in picturesque County Sligo, is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. As you wander along the stunning white sandy beach, you’ll be captivated by the natural beauty that surrounds you. The inviting waters beckon you to take a refreshing swim or perhaps even try your hand at a thrilling surfing lesson.

Strandhill, Co Sligo

Journey to County Sligo and discover the stunning seaside village of Strandhill. Hike into the foothills of Knocknarea Mountain or learn how to surf at Strandhill Beach, one of Ireland’s renowned surfing spots. Book a guided kayak tour and explore the tranquil estuary of Culleenamore, or wander through the ancient ruins of Killaspugbrone Church. Take a yoga class at the local studio and after, relax in a seaweed bath at Voya Beauty

Down Patrick's Head, Co Mayo

Nestled 5km north of the charming Ballycastle village in Mayo, Ireland, lies the breathtaking heritage site of Downpatrick Head. This magnificent location offers visitors an unparalleled experience with its stunning views of the Staggs of Broadhaven islands and the iconic Dún Briste sea stack. As you explore this natural wonder, you will be captivated by the rugged beauty of the Atlantic coastline and the rich history that surrounds the area.

Keem Beach, Co Mayo

Keem Beach, nestled in a picturesque horseshoe bay on Achill Island in County Mayo, is a hidden gem known for its tranquil beauty. This small, secluded sandy beach is a rural haven, cocooned by towering cliffs that add to its charm and seclusion. Situated 10km west of Keel village and beyond the quaint village of Dooagh, Keem Beach offers visitors a chance to unwind in a peaceful setting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whether you’re looking to relax on the soft sand, take a leisurely stroll along the shore, or admire the stunning cliffs that frame the beach, Keem Beach promises a serene escape for nature lovers and beach enthusiasts alike.

Sliabh Liag, Co Donegal

Embark on an unforgettable adventure by hiking to the summit of the majestic Sliabh Liag (Slieve League) cliffs located on the stunning southwest coast of County Donegal. As you ascend the rugged cliffs, be prepared to be mesmerized by the breathtaking panoramic views that unfold before your eyes. From the towering heights, you can gaze out over the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, with waves crashing against the cliffs far below. The sight of the distant Sligo Mountains and the picturesque Donegal Bay will leave you in awe of the natural beauty that surrounds you.