Roll Through the Hills of the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland
Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way follows 2,500km of coastline, including scenes of white sandy beaches and cerulean waves. With almost two hundred scenic viewpoints called the ‘Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points,’ this route isn’t short on classic sea cliffs and rolling, green hills. The route itself is one of the world’s longest defined coastal routes, stretching along the west coast from Derry on the Inishowen Peninsula, down to the village of Kinsale in County Cork. If the entire route isn’t possible, it can be broken down into fourteen bite-sized drives, with the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry arguably two of the most famous portions.