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The Wild Atlantic Way stretches west along the wave-crashed coast from Donegal Town to far-flung Erris, recently voted Ireland’s ‘Best Place to Go Wild’. In truth, you can surf almost the entire western seaboard. But this particular stretch includes Bundoran and nearby Mullaghmore Head, renowned for drawing surfers (and those who simply love to observe the battle between warrior and wave) from across the globe to see the fabled Prowlers wave in action as well as for international events. The red-gold beach of Strandhill, too, has become a mecca for those who simply want to feel the reinvigoration of the saltwater spray.
With forceful 'prowler' waves, stunning scenery and views of Benbulben and beyond, these sandy shores don't disappoint.
Explore awe-inspiring views across the Wild Atlantic Way's 15 superb Signature Points.
Looming 126ft above the sea with thrilling views of the Atlantic and the Staggs of Broadhaven, this spot boasts ancient ruins too.
A unique 17-stage cycling event covering over 2,000km this September.
Prepare to taste the best seafood on the planet.
Experience the exhilaration of horse riding.
Wherever you walk expect truly inspiring landscapes.