Win an amazing trip of a lifetime to Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way at this year’s Canada Blooms!

The Ireland Garden at Canada Blooms 2014 celebrates the Wild Atlantic Way. The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s spectacular new coastal touring route – winding 2,500km along the length of the Ireland’s western shore, from Malin Head, the northern tip of County Donegal, to the southern culinary hotspot of Kinsale in County Cork.

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Launching March 2014, the Wild Atlantic Way is a wild and rugged step off the traditional tourist trail. The longest defined coastal touring route in the world, this unforgettable journey promises to share the secrets of Ireland’s landscapes, traditions, history, music, culture, food and art. The Wild Atlantic Way is easily accessed from Shannon Airport or is just a 2.5 hour drive from Dublin.

 

                              

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The Wild Atlantic Way

About The Wild Atlantic Way Ireland 2014

The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland's first long-distance driving route, stretching along the Atlantic coast from Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal to Kinsale in West Cork. The coastal route runs for an impressive 2,500km from start to finish with discovery points and secrets to uncover as your journey unfolds.

The Wild Atlantic Way is not just about the driving though - it's about jumping into all there is to see and do on Ireland’s beautiful West coast. Whatever your interest be it gardens, cycling, walking, adventure, heritage & culture, scenery and food – you’ll find it on the Wild Atlantic Way. Of course the people you meet along the way will offer you a warm Irish welcome.

                        

Landscapes by Lucin

About Arvils Lukss Owner & Chief Nature Lover at Landscape By Lucin

Arvils has always loved the outdoors, stemming from spending 14 summers at his family cottage. When it came time to choose a career, he always gravitated to the great outdoors. Although he holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Toronto, self-employment was in his blood from a young age. He saw a need for a professional landscape contractor in the Toronto area, and off he went. “Having the option to work outside, with great staff, is a real treat.” says Arvils.

“We love the beauty of our creations, especially working with clients who place their trust in us, without perhaps being able to fully visualize the end result. Once the work is done, and their face lights up like a Christmas tree, our job satisfaction reaches the moon and beyond!”

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