Feel the sea breeze in your face and the salt on your lips as you discover the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Stroll empty golden strands, climb sky-high sea cliffs, and perhaps glimpse a few dolphins and seals as they pop up to say hello. Enjoy traditional music, mouth-watering food and wonderfully warm welcomes in the charming towns and villages that cross your path along the way. It’s hard not to fall in love with the Wild Atlantic Way this autumn, you see, especially when you realise that it’s all just two hours away! 6 must-visit places along the Wild Atlantic Way Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo Encounter dramatic scenery and a worldwide literary legacy along this stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way. Achill Island, Co. Mayo Absorb the breathtaking panoramic views from Ireland's largest island, Achill Island in Co. Mayo. Slieve League Cliffs, Co. Donegal Standing at the top of the magnificent Slieve League Cliffs, it feels like you’re at the very edge of the world. Mizen Head, Co. Cork Venture to the jagged edges of Mizen Head and soak up the fresh Atlantic sea spray in Co. Cork. The Skellig Islands, Co. Kerry Piercing the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Co. Kerry are the otherworldly Skellig Islands. The Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare The Cliffs of Moher, one of Ireland's top visitor attractions, loom high over Co. Clare's west coast. The Wild Atlantic Way like you've never seen it before 6 Insta-worthy locations Whether you're looking to enhance your feed or capture a photo to last a lifetime, here are six of the best spots to do it! 5 ways to travel the Wild Atlantic Way With so much to see and do along the Wild Atlantic Way, it’s up to you to decide how you want to take it all in! 6 charming towns and villages Check out these wonderful towns and villages peppered along this breathtaking western coastline. Explore the Wild Atlantic Way Ready for adventure? Discover the Northern Headlands Weave your way around the Wild Atlantic Way's most northerly points and enjoy maritime history and incredible views. See where this drive takes you Places to explore along the Wild Atlantic Way Cliff Coast Breathtaking heights, stunning panoramic views and timeless traditions take you from Clare to Dingle on the Wild Atlantic Way cliff coast. Southern Peninsulas Lose yourself discovering the jagged edges of the southwest’s five peninsulas between Tralee and Ballydehob – each more special than the last. Haven Coast Take a trip and unwind along the southernmost stretch of Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way between Ballydehob and the Old Head of Kinsale in West Cork. Northern Headlands Untouched, off-radar and crying out for exploration, this rugged and remote area in Donegal marks the northwestern contour of the Wild Atlantic Way. Surf Coast From Donegal Town through Leitrim to far-flung Erris in Mayo, the rugged coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way is a surfer's paradise. Bay Coast Head toward the sea and explore where water and land meet between Erris and Connemara along the Wild Atlantic Way.