The Wild Atlantic Way (Irish: Slí an Atlantaigh Fhiáin) is a tourism trail on Ireland’s west coast of Ireland. The longest coastal route — 2,500 kilometer (1,553 miles) route — passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal’s Inishowen Peninsula to Kinsale, County Cork, on the Celtic Sea coast.
Tourism Ireland has officially dubbed its Western coastline the “Wild Atlantic Way,” and claims that it is the longest defined coastal touring route in the world, stretching some 1,500 miles from Counties Donegal to Cork
WildAtlanticWay.com is the official tourism information website operated by Fáilte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority. – @wildatlanticway – which has branded “Wild Atlantic Way” and promoted the route since tk.
19:20 Paint a picture of cycling along the Wild Atlantic Way. 20:25 Tourist board branded this the longest coastal route 20:50 the whole is more than 1,000 miles 21:05 Always been there, recently marketed. 21:30 Cycling has become very popular, particularly in Ireland. We’ve seen cycling clubs grow 22:30 Big miles and signature points 25:15 big irish breakfast 25;45 right up my street 25:50 who are the people you meet along the way? 26:30 seeing more mes than i want to see (hangoutfrauden) 27:19 O’Donovan sisters … Go to a pub, great way to engage Irish culture 27:50 Twee? 28:18 Welly boots … see the real Ireland and we’re happy to have a chat tk Parents Cove Bed and Breakfast31:44 Be open. TLC 32:30 End-to-end tour
The #sheepsheadway in the Southwest of Ireland was an amazing #hiking week! Green mountains, rough cliffs and the blue atlantic ocean- including mostly good weather. 😊☀️🥾@VisitSheepsHead @discoverwcork @wildatlanticway @DiscoverIreland @TourismIreland #Wandern #irland pic.twitter.com/eqUz61PD7M
— HikeKarin (@HikeKarin) July 13, 2019