Holiday Homes along the Wild Atlantic Way

Signpost along the Wild Atlantic Way route just outside Kenmare in County Kerry (Photo credit: dreamireland)

Over the next few months we are going to be hearing a huge amount on television, online and in the newspapers about the Wild Atlantic Way.  It is a brand new signposted driving route all along the West coast of Ireland from Kinsale, County Cork in the South right up to Donegal in the North with detours and loops to explore some of the less visited areas.  In all, it will run for 2400kms (1500 miles).  Tourism Ireland are promoting it as the “longest defined coastal drive in the world” and will be marketing it all over the world in an effort to attract tourists to Ireland, and in particular, the West coast of Ireland.

The Wild Atlantic Way

The promotional video really captures the elements of what is trying to be achieved and features some incredible imagery from the route.  To see the promotional video click on the following You Tube link – we think you will be impressed!

View along Slea Head Drive of Blasket Islands ...
View along Slea Head Drive of Blasket Islands and Counmeenole Beach, Co. Kerry (Photo credit: Failte Ireland Images)

To find out about all the Dream Ireland holiday homes located along (or very close to) the Wild Atlantic Way route simply click on the following link:

All the holiday homes along the route will have a  marker on them to help you on your way to deciding which of our wonderful properties you are going to stay at in 2014!


Fungi,Dingle Harbour
Fungi,Dingle Harbour (Photo credit: Failte Ireland Images)

We look forward to welcoming you and to helping you enjoy the experience that is Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.








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