The Wild Atlantic Way

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The Wild Atlantic Way.

The Wild Atlantic Way is a scenic coastal drive along the Atlantic Coastline of Ireland. It stretches 2,750 km (1,700 miles) along the west coast from Kinsale, Co. Cork in the south to Donegal in the north.

As we are located only 12km from the town of Killorglin which is located on the Kerry route of The Wild Atlantic Way we are well situated for a stay as part of your journey.

This amazing route has always been there but recently signposted and created by Failte Ireland as a way of visiting many great locations along the West Coast of Ireland.

The Kerry section starts in the south of the county in Kenmare town. From here it takes the route around the famous Ring of Kerry and Skellig Ring before then connecting to the Dingle Peninsula which brings you along Slea Head and Connor Pass.

Continuing through the town of Tralee and on to Ballybunnion you will end the Kerry section by taking the Car Ferry from Tarbert to Killimer which is in County Clare.

For more information on what to do near Dunloe View Hostel please contact us and we will do our best to assist you.

Wild Atlantic Way Map - Dunloe View Hostel Killarney