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Wild Atlantic Way
Welcome to the Wild Atlantic Way, 2500 Kms of Ireland's most rugged and inspiring coastline driving route. Stretching from Donegal in the North to Cork in the South, the Wild Atlantic Way explores the West of Ireland featuring islands, inlets, dramatic cliff views and the best scenery in Co. Kerry.
For Wild Atlantic way Accommodation look no further than Muckross Park Hotel. Killarney and Muckross Park Hotel are ideally located on the Wild Atlantic Way and offer a great way to discover the Wild Atlantic way coast. The hotel is less than 1 hour from Kenmare, Valentia Island and the Atlantic Ocean. A suggested route on the Wild Atlantic Way from Muckross Park Hotel is drive to Killorglin and pick up the route in the town famous for it's Puck Fair Festival. Continue through Glenbeigh with it's renowned Rossbeigh Beach and stunning Castlemaine Bay views. Onwards to Cahirciveen and then towards Valentia Island, home to the fishing villageof Portmagee, The Valentia Experience and Bray Head. Other villages on this route include Waterville, Derrynane - home of Daniel O'Connell the famous patriot and then Sneem with it's quaint shops and pubs. Finally through Kenmare and over Moll's Gap and the mountains to Killarney and Muckross Park Hotel.
There are 2500 km of driving routes with 160 Discovery Points including 15 Signature Discovery Points. On the course of the route there are 26 Islands to discover.