The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest defined coastal route and takes in some of the most stunning and dramatic scenery Ireland can offer. Satu has started her journey of cycling this magnificent coastline and after Week 1 of the 2,500km cycle the realisation of what's ahead could not be clearer.
From the most unpredictable weather to the friendliest people Satu is right on her way along the Wild Atlantic Way. Huge cliffs, winding roads and mistakenly discovering some of the country’s finest attractions Satu and her friend Anne Marit are having a great experience.
In Week 1 Satu started off in County Derry and has cycled all the way along Ireland's North West Coastline through County Donegal to the seaside village of Rossnowlagh just south of the county.
Read how after week 1 Satu and her friend Anne Marit discovered Glenveagh National Park, The Slieve League Cliffs, the nature, the people, the magnificent landscapes , the weather and of course the pubs on Satu's own blog here.
Also see Satu’s first Vlog entry on our Youtube Channel.
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Planning a journey along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way? Check out the essential Wild Atlantic Way app on the App Store for IOS or Google Play for Android.
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