Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland

Welcome to the Wild Side of Ireland!

Experience one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world. From Cork to Donegal, the Wild Atlantic Way of Ireland is full of magic, history and breath-taking beauty. The Way is divided into 5 main sections, each offering a world of adventure.

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Ireland.SleaHead.WAWsign.TISelf-Drive Tour:

Do you love road-tripping along the coast, with the ocean to one side, and rolling hills to the other? Ireland’s Wild Atlantic way offers 2,500 km (1553 miles) of scenic coastline that leads your through nine counties, three provinces, UNESCO world heritage sites, and many other natural wonders. If there is a road-trip to take in your life, this would be it.

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Cliffs of MoherIreland Hopper Tour:

The NEW small group tour & semi-escorted option for the independent traveler. Hopper tours will provide you with one-way transportation between towns, accommodations, a flexible itinerary and optional day tours & attractions.

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Ireland.Kerry.RingofKerry.SSStandard Escorted Tour:

Our fully-guided, escorted tours provide you the most inclusive tour package available. Receive the personal service that Tenon is known for, combined with the expertise of our preferred partners. Escorted tours include accommodations, sightseeing and admissions, a selection of included meals & local tour guides with vast knowledge of the destination.

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Want to continue your trip? Keep on driving and experience the Causeway Coastal Route!

The Causeway Coastal route is a designated, way marked drive around the coast of Northern Ireland between the cities of Belfast and Londonderry with nine shorter scenic drives to explore. The route is 120 miles or 190 km long and links to the ‘ Wild Atlantic Way ‘ at Londonderry and the ‘ Mourne Scenic Route ‘ in Belfast.




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