Wild Atlantic Way

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The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2500km driving route, stretching from Kinsale in County Cork to Malin Head in Donegal along Ireland's rugged and spectacular coastline,

It is a wonderful way of discovering Connemara’s haunting beauty. Here, the Atlantic Ocean's force carved wild shorelines, jagged cliffs, inlets, deserted beaches and strands and created an unforgettable coastal route.

Driving the Wild Atlantic Way, many lanes, leading down towards the sea or up into the hills can be discovered. The views are breathtaking overlooking North Clare and Aran Islands.

Many Connemara's towns and villages are located on the Wild Atlantic Way such as Clifden, Cleggan, Leenane, Letterfrack, Roundstone and Spiddal.

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