Offers Discover the Ring of Kerry & Skellig Coastline on a 2 day tour & a walking tour of Bray Head from €165 per person From €165 per person Book Now Castles & Back Roads Tour - For €1495.00 pp €1495.00 pp Book Now Enjoy a Wild Atlantic Way package with a luxurious 2 night stay at the historic Lough Eske Castle from €625 per room. From €625 for two guests in a Courtyard Room Book Now Step on board and command a voyage of Lough Erne on a luxury 6/8 Berth Charter Boat in April with Manor House Marine from £1237 From £1237 per week Book Now The Giant’s Causeway Escape Package at The Bushmills Inn - From £150pp Offers from £150.00 Book Now Choose from over 600 B&Bs along the Wild Atlantic Way From £30 per person sharing Book Now Take to the water for an Island Exploration Tour off the County Clare coast with North Clare Sea Kayaking for €90 per person. €90.00 pp Book Now Treat yourself to a Wild Atlantic Way One Night Spabreak at Aghadoe Heights, in County Kerry from £234 pp 1 Night B&B, Dinner, 1 x 60 minute treatment, plus full use of the thermal suite facilities, from £234 pp Book Now Wellness Revive Spa Safari 3 day 4* Hotel Offers from €458.00 Book Now Relax and enjoy a two Night Mini Break at the Lodge Hotel, Coleraine from £79 pps From £79 - £139pps Book Now Enjoy a unique Irish Whiskey Day Tour, visiting 3 Distilleries in Ireland's Ancient East with Irish Whiskey Wagon Tours for €165 per person €165 per person Book Now Saddle up for 3 nights/2 days on the Killarney Reeks Ring of Kerry Mini Trail Ride 2018 from €595 pps From €595 pps with single supplement of €105 Book Now See More Offers Discover the Wild Atlantic Way On the very edge of Europe you will find 1500 miles of The Wild Atlantic Way; a sensational journey of soaring cliffs, buzzing towns and cities, hidden beaches and epic bays. Roam among the romantic remoteness of the Northern Headlands, discover the daring delights of the Surf Coast and meander through the Bay Coast’s magical mystery. Whether you drive it from end-to-end, or dip into it as the mood strikes, The Wild Atlantic Way is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Northern Headlands Rocky. Remote. Romantic. This rugged area marks the northwestern contour of the Wild Atlantic Way. Beneath skies streaked with Northern lights, follow the curve of the coast from Ireland’s Northernmost point Malin Head, past the stunning Fanad Lighthouse and onward to the majestic Slieve League cliffs. Plus - you won’t be able to escape the warmth and wit to be found among the vibrant, Irish-speaking community. This is a place that will lift your spirit. The Surf Coast Wave-riding thrill-seekers and sensitive souls alike will lose their hearts to the Surf Coast, where pounding waves and poetic silence exist in perfect harmony. Do not miss the magnificent merging of land and sea at Mullaghmore, the spectacular beauty of Downpatrick head and the jagged coastline from Donegal Town through Sligo to far-flung Erris in Mayo, which attracts surfers from across the globe. However, the Surf Coast is also soaked in a cultural richness. From the Neolithic Céide Fields to a lively festival scene and, of course, the legacy of poet WB Yeats, who immortalised the landscapes of his childhood in some of his best known works . Bay Coast Secluded beaches, indigo waters and sheep spotted hills; the Bay Coast weaves between Mayo and Galway in a bountiful display of Ireland’s inherent beauty. Drive across the road bridge to Keem Strand on Achill Island, with its towering sea-cliffs, exposed mountains and sweeping sandy beaches and stop off at Killary Harbour, which forms a natural border between Galway and Mayo, in the heart of Connemara. Ringed by mountains, the fjord is often speckled with dolphins. There’s history and culture too: elegant Georgian Westport House; the stronghold of legendary pirate queen Grace O’Malley on Clare Island… and Connemara’s Derrigimlagh Bog – where the world's first transatlantic flight landed. The bay coast has been waiting for you. Breath-taking, captivating and unique… the Wild Atlantic Way is an untamed natural beauty – stretching 1,500 miles along the west coast of Ireland, with stunning landscapes, charming towns and villages, and unique culture and heritage at its core. And it's all waiting to be discovered by you... More to Explore Cliff CoastThis is where the island's most improbable landscapes meet. Some shaped by the Ice-Age, others resemble the moon, and all are worthy of pilgrimage. Take in the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands and The Burren, in all their weather-beaten splendour. Southern PeninsulasThe five great peninsulas of the southwest knit together like a finely tuned melody. Answer the mysterious call of the deserted Blasket and Skellig islands; or see if you can spy Mizen Head on the horizon from the Dursey cable car. Haven Coast Stories of siege cling to the salty air at the Old Head of Kinsale. Once a Viking trading post and medieval fishing port, gourmet food and whale-watching cruises now reign supreme. You’ll leave with a sea shanty in your heart.