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The Wild Atlantic Way

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The Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500km along Ireland’s western seaboard. From Donegal in the north to Cork in the south, through Connemara, The Burren, Galway Bay and Kerry, the Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal route in the world. Officially launched in February 2014, the Wild Atlantic Way is an iconic route that can be experienced by driving, cycling, walking or sea-kayaking. Along the route there are 159 discovery points that will help people to learn more about the culture and landscape that makes the west coast of Ireland so unique.

Brack Tours can tailor make a tour of  The Wild Atlantic way for you. To make your tour more unique, we would incorporate many of the Manor House Hotels which are located along this coastal route. They provide fantastic accommodation along the route ensuring you experience both independent and uniquely different hotels with a truly genuine Irish feel. Below you can see the route from start to finish

Does this video make you want to visit The Wild Atlantic Way? If so, Brack Tours can provide a unique experience customized to your needs. To see what past clients have done please click on the sample tours below.

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Discover The Drama – Explore County Donegal

Travelling around County Donegal takes in Malin Head, Fanad Head and Slieve League. This route is approximately 557km (346 miles). The most convenient airports are City of Derry, Belfast International, George Best Belfast City or Ireland West Airport Knock. If you’re travelling by ferry, sail into Belfast or Dublin and take in the scenery from the comfort of your car. For more information please click on the read more button below.

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At One With The Wild – Donegal to Mayo

Travel from Donegal to Mayo, taking in Mullaghmore Head, Downpatrick Head and Keem Strand. This route is approximately 625km (388 miles). The closest airports are Ireland West Airport Knock, City of Derry & Shannon. If you’re travelling by ferry sail into Belfast or Dublin. For more information please click on the read more button below.

Donegal to Mayo Brack Tours

Adventure Awaits You – Mayo to Clare

Travel from Mayo to Clare, taking in Killary Harbour, Derrigimlagh Bog and the Cliffs of Moher. This route is approximately 527km (327 miles). The closest airports are Shannon, Ireland West Airport Knock or Dublin. If you’re travelling by ferry, start your adventure in Belfast or Dublin.For more information please click on the read more button below.

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Write Your Own Story – Clare to Kerry

Journey from Clare to Kerry, taking in Loop Head, Blaskets View and Skelligs Viewpoint. Total distance for this route is approximately 541 km (336 miles). The closest airports are Kerry, Shannon or Cork. If you’re travelling by ferry, sail into Dublin or Belfast.For more information please click on the read more button below.

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Time to Reflect – Kerry to Cork

Travel from Kerry to Cork, taking in Dursey Island, Mizen Head and the Old Head of Kinsale. This route is approximately 463 km (287 miles). The closest airports are Kerry, Shannon, Cork or Dublin. If you’re planning on travelling by ferry sail into Dublin or Belfast.For more information please click on the read more button below.

The Wild Atlantic Way Brack Tours

Please contact us on our US toll-free number 855-338-4339, fill in our short enquiry form or email your request with details of number of passengers, preferred travel dates and other details to info@bracktours.com and we will customise your trip to suit your requirements.

  • There are many different options so make sure you call so we can price up the one you wish. Call us today for the lowest available airfare for your vacation dates.
  • Your itinerary is limited only by your wishes.

*Images provided by Tourism Ireland & The Wild Atlantic Way*