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  1. Malin Head - Wild Atlantic Way

    Malin Head, Donegal

    At the top of the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal, is Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head. It is also an area of great scenic beauty and of historical, scientific and ecological importance. Read more

  2. Fanad Head - Wild Atlantic Way

    Fanad Head, Donegal

    Fanad Head on the Fanad Peninsula lies between Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay on the north coast of County Donegal. The Fanad Head lighthouse sits on the western shore of the Peninsula. Read more

  3. Sliabh Liag (Slieve League) - Wild Atlantic Way

    Carrick, Donegal

    Hike to the top of the Slieve League/Sliabh Liag cliffs, on the south west coast of County Donegal, to enjoy some of the highest and finest marine cliffs in Europe. There are terrific views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Sligo Mountains and Donegal Bay. Read more

  4. Mullaghmore Head - Wild Atlantic Way

    Mullaghmore, Sligo

    Mullaghmore is located between Cliffoney and Grange in County Sligo. The beach is approximately 3km of white sandy beach and is a very popular surfing spot. Read more

  5. Downpatrick Head - Wild Atlantic Way

    Ballycastle, Mayo

    Downpatrick Head is located 3 miles north of Ballycastle village standing 126ft above the sea with fantastic views of the Atlantic, the Staggs of Broadhaven and high cliffs along the shore. Read more

  6. Keem Strand - Wild Atlantic Way

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Keem Beach is a rural and sheltered beach surrounded by cliffs on Ireland's largest island - Achill Island. It can be found at the head of a valley between the cliffs of Benmore to the west and Croaghaun Mountain on the east on Achill Island. Read more

  7. Killary Harbour - Wild Atlantic Way

    Delphi, Mayo

    Killary Harbour is a fjord located in the west of Ireland in the heart of Connemara which forms a natural border between counties Galway and Mayo Read more

  8. Derrigimlagh - Wild Atlantic Way

    Ballyconneely, Galway

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  9. Cliffs of Moher - Wild Atlantic Way

    Liscannor, Clare

    The Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland's top visitor attractions, loom high over County Clare's west coast. Read more

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  10. Loop Head - Wild Atlantic Way

    Loop Head, Clare

    Loop Head is one of the most remote and wonderful places in Ireland. It remains a place to itself, protecting the waters of the Shannon estuary from the open ocean. Read more

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