The “Wild Atlantic Way” is Ireland’s first long-distance driving route 2,500km of spectacular coastline, stretching from the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal, to Kinsale in County Cork. It offers visitors an opportunity to truly discover the beauty of the West Coast of Ireland. Places to Discover along the route include Tralee Bay Area, Inch Beach, Dingle Peninsula, Valentia Island, Banna Beach & the World Famous Kerry Way Route amongst many other beautiful places in Kerry.
Kerry boasts the longest section of the Wild Atlantic Way with 19 discovery points, 4 Embarkation Points and 1 Signature Point. Create memories that last a lifetime whether hiking across mountain trails, strolling down golden strands and swimming in hidden coves along the rugged coastline- there is certainly something for all
View some of our favourite spots along the way