Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way route is designed to provide visitors with an unforgettable experience. This route is set to open up a huge number of towns and attractions to visitors and showcase scenery and unique features of the West Coast of Ireland as well as providing easy access to a range of interesting experiences along the route.
This Wild Atlantic Way route is fully signposted and stretch from Donegal to Cork in the south through Connemara, The Burren, Galway Bay and Kerry. The Wild Atlantic Way route is the longest defined coastal drive in the world. However driving this long distance may not be for everyone, if this is the case, visitors can take a boat for part of the journey. Check out their blog on their website for updates on : www.wildatlanticway.com.
Galway city’s event calendar lasts all year round; it’s the city that never sleeps on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Literary festivals, horse racing festivals and music festivals happen throughout the year making life seem like one long party to locals. Known as the city of tribes, Galway was once ruled by 14 tribe families who made the city an industrial and financial success. Their legacy has continued as Galway remains a thriving town with a university, cathedral and plenty of historical attractions.
Galway’s location along the Wild Atlantic Way puts it in prime position for some amazing day trips, such as the fascinating Aran Islands. You can see the sights and get back to Quay Street in time for a pint of local craft beer and a live trad session.