Surfers ride the waves. Ancient monks dwelt in the caves. And wild, winding roads pave over mountains, beaches, and enclaves. The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s most poetic driving route.
And on our friendly small group tours from Dublin and from Belfast, you get to mix the famous sights with the quirky delights.
You visit the Dingle Peninsula, the Cliffs of Moher, Killarney, Kinsale, County Donegal, the Ring of Kerry and many more of the essential highlights.
Explore all our tours of the Wild Atlantic Way below.
Tallest Cliffs: Sliabh Liag, 601m | Highest Mountain: Carrauntoohil, 1,038m| Route Length: 2,500km
Explore the Wild Atlantic Way tours
The Cliffs of Moher are world famous, but some say they’re not the most beautiful sea view on this route. Our expert guides ensure you experience the hidden marvels as well as the famous spots.
People don’t travel to Ireland to play volleyball and bathe on beaches. But that doesn’t mean their sandy strips aren’t stunning. Explore the Wild Atlantic Way’s best beaches with us.
These cute collections of quaint cottages are strongholds of Ireland’s history and culture. Taste their treats, meet the locals, and embrace the traditions.
The salty-sea winds aren’t kind to man-made structures. But no matter how delapedated they are, they're still incredible to behold. Visit old monasteries, castles, and more on your journey.