Offers Discover the Causeway Coastal Route in a Lazy Days VW Camper from €360 for 3 nights Fom €360 : 3 Nights for up to 4 adults Book Now Go off the beaten track with a Nooks and Crannies Ride and Drive Fermanagh Short Break at Mahons Hotel, Co Fermanagh From Mid-Week £149 & Weekend £169. £15 single supplement per night Book Now Enjoy 10% off entry to Montalto Estate, Co Down when you book online Adult from £6.75 From £6.75 Per adult (Family Discount price is £20.25) Book Now Spend a day at Gobbins Studio to relax and unwind with the Watercolour Floral Experience Day by Audrey Kyle for £85 pp £85 pp Maximum of 8 people, 15th September and 6th October Book Now Two-hour sightseeing Coastal Boat tour- ''Our Living Sea'' departs from Portrush Harbour. £25 per person For £25 per person Book Now Causeway Coast Paddleboard Adventure Tour £40pp Book Now Taste the Island on the Causeway Coast with The Bushmills Inn, Co Antrim from £135 pp From £135 per person Book Now Seaside breakaway at Channel Vista, Glenarm, Co Antrim from £80 per night From £80 per night for up to six people Book Now Discover the vibrant and cultural city of Dublin and Save 10% on the Dublin Pass Save 10% on the 2, 3 & 5 day passes! 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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.