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Whether it’s following the thundering sounds of the surf to the nearest break, treating your tastebuds to the finest local delicacies, or drinking in the view from the top of the nearest peak, the six unique regions of the Wild Atlantic Way offer a feast for every sense. Whatever your flavour, you’ll find it here.
Journeys begin in this region of lighthouses, seascapes and captivating cliff-tops.
Let the wind and waves take you for a ride to remember, way out West.
Bogland that's seen history made, and harbours and bays that each tell a story. Roam this fresh air playground.
Epic cliffs to stand atop, and peninsulas that beckon you out to sea, this hard land boasts warm hearts.
Idyllic gardens and island paradises, embrace that edge-of-the-world feel.
Stirring scenery, lush landscapes and hidden coves mean nature sets the pace.
Relaxing getaway in stunning surrounds or an exhilarating outdoor adventure? Simply put, Donegal has it all.
From sweeping headland vistas to idyllic islands hideaways, discover the Wild Atlantic Way's stunning Signature Points.
Big-wave surfer Andrew Cotton searches for an elusive wave in RedBull.TV's jaw-dropping new short film.
The Fanad Peninsula Scenic Drive is a 72km circuit of this picturesque Donegal peninsula, which affords some magnificent land and seascapes, beaches and attractions.
The Inishowen Peninsula, a diverse and beautiful landscape with a 160km round-route of sea-sculpted coastline. This 1 - 4 day trip is a must for cyclists of all levels.
Taking in the cultural and gastronomic delights of stunning County Sligo, enjoy views of Donegal Bay, roam Mullaghmore Head and visit WB Yeats' grave.
Consairtín is a celebration of the concertina in traditional Irish music.
21 - 23 APRIL 2017
The place to see the very best short films from all over the world. 24 - 28 MAY 2017
Scenic courses, a rugged landscape and liberating beauty; break up your daily routine as your journey to the finish line. 08 APRIL 2017