No shortage of amazing beaches along the Wild Atlantic Way. If you are lucky, you might even see a pod of Dolphins or the odd basking shark swimming nearby the shore. Some of our favourite beaches: 1. Five Finger Beach, Inishowen, co. Donegal 2. Dunmoran Strand, co.Sligo 3. Keem Strand, Achill Island, co.Mayo 4. Glassillaun Beach, co. Galway 5. Cliffoney Beach, co.Sligo 6. Barleycove, co.Cork
Climb a mountain
A lot of times, mountains are covered by a tick layer of clouds in Ireland, probably with some added dampness falling out of these clouds as well. So during an Irish heatwave, head for the mountains and enjoy the amazing views.
Go to an offshore island
There are plenty of offshore islands of the Wild Atlantic Way. Why not take a boat, a cablecar or even drive the car to these islands and discover the history of them. Drive to an Island you ask?, Yes, at low tide you can drive to Coney Island in co.Sligo or Claggan Island in co.Mayo. A cablecar? Yes, Dursey island in co.Kerry is reached by cablecar. Further, you have the many Islands which can be reached by ferry ( Skelligs, Inisbofin, Aran Islands, Rathlin,...)
Participate in an outdoor adventure
From the many golf courses to the Atlantic and rivers, there is plenty of choice for an outdoor adventure. Not sure where to start, why not join one of the many outdoor adventure experts along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Admire those amazing sunsets
The sunsets in Ireland are truly amazing. The colours vary from yellow to red to purple. Watching the sunset after a glorious day along the Wild Atlantic way is just brilliant.