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Wild Atlantic Way


Out at the very edge of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500 km (1,500 miles) along Ireland’s western seaboard. It is the longest defined coastal drive in the world.

Drive our piece of the Wild Atlantic Way in West Cork where you can slow down, dive in deep and experience the true spirit of West Cork hospitality drawn in by the constant rhythm of the ocean’s roar. From Dursey Island to Old Head of Kinsale there are so many experiences and hidden gems to explore. 
 
Take a guided tour with My Ireland Tour
http://www.myirelandtour.com/escorted-group-tours/index.php 

Take a ride on Ireland's only cable car
bearatourism.com
/ westcorkislands.com

Learn about the mining trade in Allihies
new.acmm.ie

Take a trip to Garnish Island with Harbour Queen Ferries
harbourqueenferry.com 

Go island hopping
wanderlust.ie / westcorkislands.com 

Find inspiration on the Sheep's Head Peninsula
livingthesheepsheadway.com

Meet the cheesemakers at Durrus Dairy
durruscheese.com

Walk out to Mizen Head Signal Station
mizenhead.ie

Learn about the pirates of the Wild Atlantic Way
www.baltimore.ie/dun-na-sead-castle.html

See Cork's Wild Atlantic Way on two wheels
cyclewestcork.com 

Explore marine life and Irish History in Skibbereen
skibbheritage.com

Kayak under the stars on Lough Hyne
atlanticseakayaking.com

See the old west Cork railway line - in minature
modelvillage.ie

Learn all about the life of the Big Fella at the Michael Collins Centre
michaelcollinscentre.com 

Explore West Cork and experience its many attractions. Stunning scenery, unspoilt landscape, ancient sites and heritage centres and friendly people make West Cork a place apart. With the warming influence of the Gulf Stream, the finest artisan food produce, dramatic coastline, accessible islands, vibrant towns and villages, West Cork offers something for everyone.

Here you’ll find the Ireland you’ve always imagined. 

Photograph Cape Clear @ Raymond Fogarty, all others @ Failte Ireland