Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism attraction in the south west of Ireland. This driving route stretches from the very north of Donegal to West Cork – passing through the beautiful Kerry coast before reaching a total length of 2,500 kilometres of pure, undamaged scenery – and

showcases Ireland’s magnificent Atlantic coastline with many small businesses along the way.

Cork is forever trying to re-invent itself and the Wild Atlantic Way Kerry is a great solid start to the latest phase.

The Wild Atlantic Way is a major new tourism initiative for the west of Ireland. The distance driving route stretches from the north of Donegal to West Cork – a length of 2,650km – and shows Ireland’s most beautiful Atlantic coastline. Including the beautiful County Kerry Coastline.

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New tourism initiative

This driving route aims to create a pathway along the Atlantic, linking destinations and attractions, tourists to businesses in Ireland, creating jobs and a lane of experiences, which we hope will open up access and possibilities in the visitor’s mind.

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Significant Numbers of Tourists

The Wild Atlantic Way Kerry has the potential to attract significant numbers of additional visitors to the west of Ireland – this includes many small Business Oppertunities