The Wild Atlantic Way “has something for everyone. It can be walked, cycled or motored,” you
added. It boasts “stunning, rugged scenery” and makes “a great walking holiday.', according to readers of the 'Irish Independent'
Judges described the route as a “game-changer”, an initiative that has inspired businesses to up their game, restaurants to revamp menus, and activity providers to introduce a whole new range of things to do.
Sure, it includes already-iconic stops like the Skelligs and Cliffs of Moher, but the route caught our
readers’ eyes just as much for its smaller moments — be it Clifden’s Sky Road, the Sheep’s Head, or secret beaches stashed away in the folds of Donegal’s coast.
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