Tuesday 07/12/2021 – Orange Wind Warning – Site Closed – Do Not Visit as Conditions will be Hazardous

Wild Atlantic Way

 All roads lead to the Cliffs of Moher
Windsurfing on Fanore Beach, Fanore, County
Fanore Beach
Taking a pilgrimage to the roots of Irish tradition?
Then discover how all roads lead to the Cliffs of Moher.

The Cliffs are a natural gateway to one of the most enchanting and captivating coastal driving routes in the world – Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. This 2,500 km touring route is ideal for driving, walking or cycling, but most of all exploring. There’s no better way to make memories and embrace experiences that will stay with you for life. 

There’s no better way to make memories and embrace experiences that will stay with you for life. Be prepared to…

  • Hear authentic Irish in Ireland’s Gaeltacht (Irish speaking regions) and the best of Irish traditional music.
  • Feel the power of the mighty Atlantic while surfing off the Clare coast.
  • Explore the little villages and towns snuggled into the coastline and indulge your love for fine food at quality cafes and restaurants.
  • Discover some of the ‘Signature Experiences’ at various Discovery Points en route. From the Bridges of Ross to the Loop Head Light House or O’Brien’s Tower – you’ll be intrigued, impressed and inspired every step of the way.

Discover more at www.wildatlanticway.com

Ennistymon, County Clare, Ireland.