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The Wild Atlantic

By Linda Tancs

Malin Head to Slieve League. Mullaghmore Head to Keem Strand. Killary Harbour to the Cliffs of Moher. Loop Head to Skelligs Viewpoint. Dursey Island to the Old Head of Kinsale. No matter which route you take, you’ll discover Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. This is a west coast adventure combining history, culture and untamed nature along the world’s longest defined coastal touring route. At over 1,550 miles, it passes through nine counties, stretching from its northernmost point in Donegal to its southernmost in Cork.

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  maryshoobridge wrote @

We are just driving part of the Wild Atlantic Way so I can vouch for all you have said – the stones breathe history, the traditional culture is alive and well and the cliffs and raging seas are a sight to behold. Loving it!

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  Linda Tancs wrote @

Fantastic! Thanks for writing!

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