It was pouring buckets but we could still appreciate the amazing landscape. The car was on small roads with windswept fields.
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Defnitely one of our highlights in Ireland! Even if you can't hire a car - which would be preferable - you can always take Eirean buses and they will easily take you there! The road is really wild and adventurous! Rozhodně jedno z nejlepších míst...More
You will enjoy landscapes with lakes, rivers, mountains, ship and ocean. Make sure you have waterproof clothes just in case because weather in Connemara can surprise even old hand : ) If you are the outdoor person and love to take photos it's for you,...More
we drove north from Galway one day and south next. lovely route but due to November weather it was grey and drizzly. Need to repeat if ever visiting earlier in summer/spring as I am sure it would be lovely. Got to cliffs of Mahor and...More
This is a must do tour along the west coast of Ireland to be enjoyed rain or shine. There are several little towns and villages as well as scenic lookouts along the way for you to enjoy along the way.
Followed the Wild Atlantic Way along the west coast of Ireland. It was truly beautiful. The road wasn't always the greatest, narrow & winding, but well worth the time and effort. You really get a feel for the country side and joy of seeing the...More
Following the WWW signs of the Wild Atlantic Way will take you on a coastal route stretching some 2,500 km. It isn't continuous around the whole of Ireland but It certainly covers much of the coast and is well worth seeking out. We drove the...More
Traveled the Wild Atlantic Way from Westport to Dingle, staying along the coast as much as possible. Spectacular scenery and many magical small Irish fishing villages. It seems the further west you go the more Irish Ireland becomes. The GPS did not translate all of...More
This is a beautiful drive all along the coast. Do it rain or shine. Look for a rainbow. If the weather is nice, stop for a walk from time to time.