After a visit to the west of Ireland, the pioneering travel writer H.V. Morton wrote “I know now where the world ends”.
While Ireland’s western seaboard is, of course, not the end of the world, it is bursting with wild, breathtaking scenery that can send one into euphoric delight.
The Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal driving route in the world, featuring 1,400km of untamed beauty and culturally-rich experiences from Donegal to West Cork.
Wherever you travel along the route you’ll meet wonderful Irish locals, discover world-famous views, as well as buildings harbouring thousands of years of history within their walls.
Divided into five main sections, our cultural tour guide provides historical hot-spots to stop off at on your drive.